Thursday, October 31, 2013

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Stephen Colbert Talks to Gay Teen Science Prodigy Jack Andraka

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E.W. Jackson Denies Saying Gay People Are 'Sick'

E.W. Jackson, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor of Virginia, has denied ever saying that gay people are “sick.”
In an interview Wednesday with CBS affiliate WUSA, Jackson was asked about his anti-gay record.
“Probably most of what they hear, the mainstream media, from my opponent is not true,” Jackson said.
“Did you say that gay people live a sick lifestyle?” the interviewer asked.
“Never said that,” Jackson responded.
“You said that the U.S. Armed Forces are going to be punished by God because of the end of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.”
“That's absolutely, categorically not true,” Jackson said.
But roughly a year ago, during an interview with Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, Jackson said: “Their minds are perverted, they're frankly very sick people psychologically and mentally and emotionally and they see everything through the lens of homosexuality. When they talk about love they're not talking about love, they're talking about homosexual sex.”
And in 2011, Jackson warned a Virginia Family Foundation audience against allowing gay troops to serve openly in the military.
“How in the world can we expect our military to be blessed by the hand of almighty God, if we allow our military to become the equivalent of Sodom and Gomorrah? God is not pleased,” Jackson said.
In fact, as Right Wing Watch reports, Jackson has a long history of making anti-gay statements.
Give them enough rope and they will always hang themselves.
I've never met one single faux Christian teabagger politician who didn't vote antigay at each and every turn.
So, saying you don't bring your religion into politics is just another one of those bold faced lies you keep spewing from both the pulpit and political podium. 

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Hawaii Senate Panel Advances Gay Marriage Bill


A proposed gay marriage bill in Hawaii cleared an initial hurdle in the Senate on Monday.
After a marathon hearing that last nearly 12 hours, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the marriage bill with a 5-2 vote.
The measure now heads for a second reading among the full Senate on Tuesday.
Senators Mike Gabbard, a Republican-turned-Democrat, and Sam Slom, a Republican, voted against the bill. Slom said that the debate has caused division in Hawaii.
Roughly 1,800 people signed up to testify in person at Monday's hearing and another 4,000 pages of written testimony were submitted ahead of the hearing.
Governor Neil Abercrombie, a Democrat, has pledged to sign the marriage bill, if approved by lawmakers.

Nebraska man attacked after defending gay friends

A straight man is recovering from injuries he sustained after being attacked for protecting his gay friends.
Ryan Langenegger told he and his two friends, Josh Foo and Jacob Gellinger, were at a restaurant when three men began to harass them. Gellinger was in drag.
“We were eating, and there was three guys watching us, and one of them stepped up and was a foot or two away from my friend [Gellinger], and he just kept saying, ‘Should I? Should I?’” Langenegger said.
The men told Gellinger he was disgusting, using “more colorful language.” When Langenegger and his friends decided to leave the restaurant, the three men followed them. Langenegger said they prevented them from getting in their car.
“I stepped in and said, ‘Hey, we aren’t looking for any trouble’, and as I’m talking to him, one of his friends from the corner of my eye comes up and hits me in the face, and I stand up, and he also swings at my other friend and misses, and I just look at him and say, ‘Why? There’s no reason for this.’’
Langenegger has bruises, two chipped teeth and a large gash on his forehead. He said taking the punch “was worth it to stick up for my friends.”
Surveillance camera footage and credit card information could be used to identify the assailants.

Monday, October 28, 2013