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An AP story on the marches for “gay rights” hit Washington. Obama appears to be doing a Bravo worthy flip flop on the issues to try and get some support back. It was the black voters in california that killed the gay marriage rights, black voters following Obama’s lead.
Now that Barrack is losing support from all sides he decides to put a rainbow sticker on his hybrid and pander like only a Democrat could.
Obama and his huge black voter block followed the messiah’s wishes when he said
“I am a fierce supporter of domestic-partnership and civil-union laws. I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about, primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation”
The messiah has even gotten a NAACP mouthpiece to voice his flip flop position and try and UNconvince black voters what Obama convinced them of. The race card yet again coming in handy when Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP, links gay rights struggle to the civil rights movement.
“Black people of all people should not oppose equality, and that is what marriage is all about,”
ATTENTION EVERYONE! Being gay is like being black, so follow the messiah into 2012 and forget how my supporters killed gay mariage in California.
AP Story below showing the BRAND NEW position of the messiah Barrack Hussein:
Twenty cast members from the musical Hair, led by the show’s star, Gavin Creel, were more interested in the political stage in Washington, joining tens of thousands demanding equal rights for gays and lesbians.
They marched from the White House to the Capitol, demanding that President Barack Obama keep his promises to allow gays to serve openly in the military and work to end discrimination against gays.
“I take him at his word,” the 33-year-old Creel said after the march. “This is just the beginning.”
‘We won’t back down’
Rainbow flags and homemade signs dotted the crowds that filled Pennsylvania Avenue for several blocks past the White House. People chanted “Hey, Obama, let mama marry mama” and “We’re out, we’re proud, we won’t back down.” A few counter-protesters also joined the crowd.
“The president made wonderful promises to us,” Shepard said. “I think he will keep them, but he can’t do it alone.”
March organizer Cleve Jones, creator of the AIDS Memorial Quilt and a protÃ©gÃ© of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk, said he and others had begun to worry Obama and Democrats in Congress were backing away from their campaign promises.
“Since we’ve seen that so many times before, I didn’t want it to happen again,” he said.
Civil rights issue
Unlike the first march in 1979 and others in 1987, 1993 and 2000 that included celebrity performances and drew as many as 500,000 people, this protest was driven by grass-roots efforts. Washington authorities don’t disclose crowd estimates, though it appeared to number in the tens of thousands, overflowing from the Capitol lawn.
Keynote speaker Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP, firmly linked the gay rights struggle to the civil rights movement.
“Black people of all people should not oppose equality, and that is what marriage is all about,” he said. “We have a lot of real and serious problems in this country, and same-sex marriage is not one of them.”
Obama’s Big Gay Flip Flop
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