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Video: Time to ‘stop’ discrimination against gays and lesbians, says Obama

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  1. I loved that President Obama zinged Romney in his speech by saying that he wasn’t ready for Bejing if he doesn’t know better than going to the Olympics and insulting our closest ally!

  2. Julia Ford 7 Sep 2012, 6:22am

    Dreamer? To be honest i realy do not know. Most politicians will do anything to get a vote “even” if it is not thier true belief. Is there such a thing as an honest politician? Its just a maybe.

    One thing i do know that it raise,s awareness so it is doing some good. When Obama was elected it gave me hope because of the colour of his skin (meaning we are all equal) .Maybe one day there maybe a gay or trans president! But not in my life time.

    Romney seems to me to be a muppet with and idiot at the controls making his mouth move and strange things coming out of it.
    Who am i to know? I am just me but i hope he doe,s mean what he says.

    PS I am British living in the UK.

  3. Suddenly Last Bummer 7 Sep 2012, 9:26am

    Enough with the bloody lipservice and just enforce some laws ffs. This guy does nothing but make promises and suggestions.

  4. Yet Obama refuses to sign an executive order banning DOMA.

    Action not words, Mr Obama?

    1. With 1 signature Obama could end the horrific DOMA.

      But he refuses to.

      Why?

      I mean if he supports us, then he would take action to prevent discrimination right?

      Oh yeah – he’s a politician. His wordds are meaningless.

  5. Ban the Republican party, that would be a good start.

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