Lady Gaga Gay Rights Rally

Lady Gaga speaks at a rally to repeal the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law in Portland, Maine. Photo: Pat Wellenbach, AP

When Lady Gaga -- dressed in a black suit jacket, American Flag tie, huge eyeglasses, and platinum blonde extensions -- called out to her little monsters and amped up her political campaign against "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" at a rally in Portland, Maine, on Monday, people looked drunk on daydreams about Gaga for President.

But that was before she confused people by comparing her famed meat dress to a political symbol for gay rights, as our friends over at PopEater report.

"Equality is the prime rib of America, but because I am gay, I don't get to enjoy the greatest cut of meat my country has to offer," Gaga proclaimed to the rally crowd. "Shouldn't everyone deserve to wear the same meat dress I do?"

Maybe her meat dress metaphor had more fat than muscle, but Gaga got serious without her crazy outfits and strobe lights, and rallied a passionate crowd against the controversial ban on gays serving openly in the military, the New York Times reports.

Lady Gaga wearing her meat dress at the 2010 VMAs. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

It was the latest move in Gaga's campaign for gay rights since last week when she made the repeal of 17-year-old "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" her personal mission, and even called out Senator John McCain in a YouTube video.

Instead of keeping with the status quo, Gaga proposed a new law for gays in the military.

"If you don't like it, go home!" Gaga yelled.

Like it or not, Gaga is up against some tough odds in Washington where the repeal of the policy faces a filibuster, but that didn't stop her from calling out undecided Senators Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins, both from Maine, and Scott Brown from nearby Massachusetts.

The vote to open debate on the issue faces its first hurdle in the Senate on Tuesday.

In other celebrity style news, see which mother of three bared her shapely, mile-long legs while promoting her latest movie at the 58th San Sebastian Film Festival.