View Full Version : Which candidate would do most for gay rights?
January 4th, 2008, 07:04 PM
Who do you think would do the best job of improving rights for GLBT people?
Tony New York
January 23rd, 2008, 07:30 PM
First of all, if you are going to ask us which candidate will do the most for the gay cause ? Then you should also be asking us how do we feel about 40 million people who can't afford health insurance - 30 + million children who go to bed hungry every night while we are going to spend almost one trillion in a war that was started predicated on faulty intelligence and a president that hasn't told America the truth for the past seven years .
How do we feel that we are indebted to an oppressive communist country for trillions of dollars..
How do we feel about a party that has concertedly caused the total disrespect of every other country in the world with the exception of ass kissing England..And what about the fact that the Cold War is with us again ? - Not to mention that we have embarked on the path of nuclear proliferation again .
We all have to do our homework. Vote with your heads, not with you hearts...We have the power to choose who we want to lead America out of the mess we are in . Gay issues ? Sure, but they are not the only reason to vote for a particular candidate...
You think Hillary Clinton is a bitch ? So what.
You worried about Barack Obama being black ? Who the fuck cares.
You think John Edwards is gay and may do more for us ? Don't kid yourself, he has gone on the record and being against gay marriage, not that I agree with gay marriage...Marriage is an institution that hasn't worked, considering that 54 % end in divorce. And that percentage is getting higher .
We have our work cut out for us...Just make up your minds, next November, get your cute butts to the poll and VOTE !!
April 13th, 2009, 08:05 PM
None of the Democrats are going to do anything for gays, they got your votes; that's all they wanted. Obama never was and isn't for gay rights. Other gay liberals wanted you to believe he was for gays simple because they loathe republicans--no other reason. We'd have had a better chance at getting more gay rights from McCain and Palin if you look at Palin's record in Alaska. I doubt either will run again with the mess Obama is leaving as his legacy....
June 27th, 2011, 12:58 AM
He knows how to stop the republicans from infighting - Obama would be forced to choose from a select few whom would work together to get into the cabinet, and try to stop others from getting his attention.
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