Mikeylikesit saidOkay....and osama Has been using the race card game to win his election & votes.....is there any difference....all parties use stuff for their political purposes.
Now why are you using the Republican tactic of changing the subject? First, your slander against Obama is untrue. But second, even if it were true, what is its relevance to the danger that gays face from Republican lawmakers?
Oh, I get it: Democrats aren't always perfect, so in return we gays must not complain about Republicans, no matter what they do to us? Sounds fair to me!
Yeah, right... I see this so many times. Every time Republicans get caught red-handed, their actions indefensible, as in this latest instance of denying gays our civil rights, the fall-back position is: ALL politicians are corrupt, ALL are bad, from both parties. If they can't wipe the mud from their own faces, they try to fling some on the other guys, so people get confused as to who is at fault.
Sorry, but that doesn't fly any more. And certainly not regarding gay rights. Let's get our facts right: the Republicans are the perennial bad guys and instigators here, the declared enemies of gays, not the Democrats. At worst the Dems are weak supporters, but not the fanatical gay haters the Repubs are, as their party actions have proven.