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Hillary Clinton says ‘Gay rights are human rights’

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  1. Always a pleasure to have Hillary on side! She is raising the profile and keeping the agenda in the forefront (such a pity she never got to be Madam President!)

  2. Good on you, Hillary right words and brave words. Let us hope and pray that the homophobes (including the Roman Catholic Church Paedophile and Child Abuse Division), the anti gay freaks, the dangerous babbling Christian Fundamentalists (who drive young gays to commit suicide), the Mohammadans (who just murder gays ‘legally’) the backward nations of Black Africa and the rest of the homophobic Eastern Europe listen to you. I really pray they all listen to you.

  3. Oh dear … someone doesn’t know the difference between The White House and the Department of State! Hillary Clinton was in fact speaking in the Loy Henderson Auditorium of the US State Department at an LGBT Pride Month reception for staff and activists which started at 11am. President Obama’s reception for LGBT Pride Month was in the East Room of the White House, also on June 22, but about three hours later

  4. Mihangel apYrs 25 Jun 2010, 3:59pm

    I read this as “Alabama” not Albania.

    However,considering how few social differences they have it could happen to anybody.

    Mike@1
    she could still be the Dems’ nominee for the next election if Obama loses more support!

  5. Dominick J. 25 Jun 2010, 7:37pm

    Great words yes BUT where’s the action behind it? Why do we still have DOMA, & DADT on the books!! It’s a known AND spoken fact that we need our Civil Rights ALL of them, but why in the hell is takeing so long?? ALL of those Democrats she speaks for should be ALL fighting to deliver us those RIGHTS!!! AND that should include the President who promised them in his campaign speeches!!!!

  6. Interesting comments Hilary, so we can expect those serving in your armed forces to be able to be free and open in who they are!?!

  7. Mihangel apYrs 26 Jun 2010, 12:53pm

    Damn!!!!!

    I posted @4 under the wrong Hilary item.

    I still think she would have made a better job of things than Oabma: she’s actually campaigned for things when it was got the courage to be unpopular!

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