Monday, June 4, 2007

Clinton and Obama showing Pride!!!

It has been four days into pride month, and several whitehouse hopefuls such Sen Clinton, and Sen.Obama on June's Pride Month. Both Clinton and Obama have release their respective statements on June's Pride Month.

From Senator Obama’s campaign website:

Pride Month is a reminder that while we have come a long way since the Stonewall riots in 1969, we still have a lot of work to do.

Too often, the issue of LGBT rights is exploited by those seeking to divide us. But at its core, this issue is about who we are as Americans. It’s about whether this nation is going to live up to its founding promise of equality by treating all its citizens with dignity and respect.

It’s time to turn the page on the bitterness and bigotry that fill so much of today’s LGBT rights debate. The rights of all Americans should be protected — whether it’s at work or anyplace else. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” needs to be repealed because patriotism and a sense of duty should be the key tests for military service, not sexual orientation. Civil unions should give gay couples full rights. And those who commit hate crimes should be punished no matter whether those crimes are committed on account of race, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation.”

This Pride Month, let’s make our founding promise of equality a reality for every American.

Justice MH: Sen Clinton shows her Pride in June's Pride Month:

"As we celebrate Gay and Lesbian Pride Month, I want to commend the LGBT community on a historic year that brought our country closer to equality and closer to ending discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. Just a year ago, I worked with my Democratic colleagues in the Senate as well as with LGBT leaders to defeat the divisive and discriminatory Federal Marriage Amendment (FMA). Since then, we not only defeated FMA, but we have been able to make real progress in achieving fairness for all Americans. In fact, since June 2006, New Jersey and New Hampshire became the third and fourth states to adopt civil unions and Washington and Iowa were added to the list of states that outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. A similar bill in Colorado is expected to be signed into law soon. And in Congress, we are finally on the verge of passing the Matthew Shepherd Act, which would expand hate crimes laws to include sexual orientation and gender identity. What a difference a year makes".

Justice MH: Sen.Clinton just keeps it coming with her Pride on America's roots:

"When I am president, we will work together to make sure that all Americans in committed relationships have equal benefits and that nothing stands in the way of loving couples who want to adopt children in need. We’re going to finally expand our federal hate crimes legislation and pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. It is just plain wrong that in the year 2007, people who work hard and do a good job every day can still be fired because of who they love. And finally, we will put an end to the failed policy of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Courage, honor, patriotism and sacrifice — the traits that define our men and women in uniform — have nothing to do with sexual orientation".

Justice MH Final thoughts: They sound pretty good, but i still haven't choose either yet. I might not decide until the New Year 08. They have been good...... so far!


The Captain said...

Well, with this being said if it is true (I will research) my vote will NOT go to any of these candidates. I agree that certain measures should be afforded to protect an individual, but to perpetuate a sinful nature as holistic and morally correct and grant federal approval for the acceptance to society, I find that despicable.

What people practice in their bedroom is none of our business, but the moment private matters walk outside your front door, it is OUR business and I feel supporting any causes that promote homosexuality is immoral and wicked.

Justice MH said...

@Captian: Not only is it generally morally correct, approve, and acceptable is something that been there. Doesn't matter what you say, your moral code is worthless, and means nothing!

This has nothing to do with a person does in the bedroom. Who said anything about sex? Oh yeah, YOU DID! You're such pervert and a HOMO!

The Captain said...

No... I never said anything about sex. You may want to read again and comprehend better.

Justice MH said...

@Captian: Yes you did, and i can comprehend very well, thank you!

You said:"What people practice in their bedroom is none of our business, but the moment private matters walk outside your front door,"

@CAptian: That's what you said. Gay is not all about sex. But when gay issues come up you bring the tired "what you do in bedroom argrument" That equals sex, and it's what you said.

You brought up the bedroom: That indicates something with sex. So captian say what you want, and stay in denial. You're GAY and DAMN your own SELF. SAD!

The Captain said...

That is your perception, not my impression. There is a difference and your conclusion is incorrect. The bedroom has a broader connotation. You have to dig deeper.

C'mon have to keep up.

Justice MH said...

@Captian: LOL! You is something else. How do your gay friends deal with you? How do i put up with you?

I guess your interesting insights, and etc. But when it comes to gay issues, you need to be corrected!
What i read is what it is, and to me it's about sex!

Oh yeah call me injustice again, and i'll have to delete you, your free of speech in this forum may need some bench marks!

The Captain said...

Injustice- then what you read is not well comprehended. Never assume.

BTW- you can censor me as you like, but truth will remain evident no matter how much you support the gay ideology.