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Lesbian congresswoman Tammy Baldwin hopes to become first out gay senator

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  1. Nawal Husnoo 6 Sep 2011, 5:15pm

    According to the Washington Blade, he said in 1997: “If somebody walks in to me and says, ‘I’m a gay person, I want a job in your office,’ I would say that’s inappropriate, and they wouldn’t be hired because that would mean they are promoting their agenda.’

    Allow me to promote my agenda: gay people are the equals of any heterosexuals.

    http://www.gayagendabook.com/

    1. Don Harrison 6 Sep 2011, 5:51pm

      Nawal, that is so right.

  2. Gay Daily Mail Reader 6 Sep 2011, 9:33pm

    In Britain, people are elected according to their party, politics and past record and these days sexuality is a none-issue as we have a number of gay and lesbian MPs from all the main parties in Westminster. Good luck to Tammy Baldwin although if I lived in America I would be what you may call a Log Cabin Republican.

  3. Nawal, keith ignores the fact that there are many heterosexuals who can’t reproduce through infertility or other health reasons. So one would assume they are not equal to other heterosexuals either. Gays on the other hand can access invitro fertilization, just as some hetero couples do. Another thing he ignores and fails to mention.keith would do well to admonish the hetero adulterers and philanderers of the world and those heteros who father children with different women and pay no child support. Ahhh, the joys of heterosexuality.

    Plus, the World Health Organisation statistics indicate that the AIDS pandemic is now ovewhelmingly transmitted by heterosexuals in emerging countries on the African continent and the middle and far east. Their numbers have surpassed those of gays becoming infected. Another thing keith is ignoring.

    As for marriage equality, he’s also wrong. 10 countries, 6 American states, Mexico City say yes they do have the right. England, Scotland will be next.

    1. Nawal Husnoo 6 Sep 2011, 11:17pm

      [Gay Agenda, 4:17]

      Denying gay couples the right of civil marriage on the grounds they will not be reproducing is extremely hypocritical. Reproduction is not a legal prerequisite to civil marriage in a secular state. Many heterosexual couples choose not to reproduce and many others are completely unable to. In some heterosexual marriages, the male is unable to produce sperm of high enough quality or in enough quantities and the couple resorts to in-vitro fertilisation, even going as far as getting the sperm from a donor. There is absolutely no excuse to deny this right to a lesbian couple. In fact, lesbian couples in culturally superior countries have been doing it for decades and their children are just as healthy, happy and well-adjusted as any other couple’s children, although at times lesbians turn out to be better parents than heterosexuals [Gay Agenda, 3:4]. In other cases, the female is unable to produce a baby even if the male

      (http://www.gayagendabook.com/gayagenda.html#4_17

    2. Nawal Husnoo 6 Sep 2011, 11:21pm

      I have already anticipated all future homophobic comments and have addressed them in The Gay Agenda. All homophobic arguments are based on ignorance, arrogance and lies.

      Homophobes are often trying to pass off their bigotry as “reasoning”, so my plan is to make it so clear that they are twisting logic and facts, that they can’t pretend that reason is on their side anymore.

  4. Gay Daily Mail reader, if you were a Log Cabiner in America, you’d be voting for a party that consistently votes against your rights and which supports discrimination against gay people. Be careful what you wish for.

    1. yea…that’s what I thought…he can’t possibly know what he’s saying on this subject and still be in favour of equal rights for LGBT’s.

    2. David Myers 8 Sep 2011, 7:35am

      You would be surprised at the machinations in logic that people like the Log Cabin Republican’s are willing to go through to justify their membership in a blatantly homophobic party such as the Republican party, in order to indulge their upper class sense of supuriority over the common person. Total self-delusion, but that’s what right wing gays and lesbians indulge themselves in, so what can you do – its their right to work against their own interests.

  5. Joe Solmonese of the Human Rights Campaign said: “Tammy Baldwin’s candidacy for the U.S. Senate is monumental for both the state of Wisconsin and the country’s LGBT community.

    ***********************

    Right on !!!!!!!

  6. If a politician or senator is honest and open enough to be out and proud I commend them!
    First because there is sadly seldom little honesty in politics so any one who is honest is leagues ahead of rivals. As a US senator with a proven track record no one should judge her for sexuality, she instead should be commended for her good work and is deserving of continued nominations and votes! hopefully bigoted constituents won’t stand in the way of fulfilling her dreams and aspirations. I hope her state and constituents think like wise.

  7. God Bless her a real American, she has our votes.

  8. Good luck to her.
    Her opponent sounds like a total creep.

  9. Jacob Woods 7 Sep 2011, 1:41pm

    I am rooting for her from Minnesota! Hope she gets in.

  10. I see Keith has been washed from this thread… Hallelujah!

    1. David Myers 8 Sep 2011, 7:37am

      If there is a God, thank God! What a trollish creep!

  11. Amazing… Thank you PN for getting rid of Keith…

  12. David Myers 8 Sep 2011, 7:40am

    I was so glad to see Tammy Baldwin take up the challenge in Wisconson as a counter-force to the tea party and their anti-union bigot allies, as a woman, and as an open Lesbian. I live in Vancouver, but because I am a dual US/Canadian citizen I was able to send in a contribution to her campaign legitimately and legally today. It was a pleasure!

  13. Keith/Gumbo-

    In another thread you said clearly that we all have the same rights…

    Are you OK?

  14. Nawal Husnoo 6 Sep 2011, 11:16pm

    Reproduction is not a prerequisite of civil marriage for heteros. [Gay Agenda, 4:14] (http://www.gayagendabook.com/gayagenda.html#4_14)

    Monogamous tested gay couples cannot create AIDS or any STI out of nowhere. [Gay Agenda, 3:18] (http://www.gayagendabook.com/gayagenda.html#3_18)

    Please read The Gay Agenda before you make your next stupid comment. I have already anticipated your arguments, and already demonstrated in The Gay Agenda, that they are based on ignorance, arrogance and lies.

  15. yea…and times are changing aren’t they?

    and so is unjust legislation…

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