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Hillary Clinton: ‘Our communities and institutions are strongest when standing up for equality’

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  1. Robert in S. Kensington 18 Sep 2013, 4:36pm

    “God-given potential”, Mrs. Clinton? Really, what has God to do with one’s ability to flourish?

  2. Jan Bridget 18 Sep 2013, 4:40pm

    In comparison to Hilary Clinton, Rowan Williams has helped to put equality backwards. If only we had politicians like Hilary Clinton, or religious leaders like Desmond Tutu in Britain!

  3. Colin (London) 18 Sep 2013, 5:00pm

    As much as I agree with the need to spread human rights keep all gods out of it.

    Also business needs to adopt human rights both inhouse and in the markets they seek to grow rich in. IT won’t change until they change. Money rules.

    Buyers need to decide truthfully to themselves and if they support human rights then target businesses and demand change.

    The G20 has failed as they are trying to be all things to all peoples. It hasn’t worked. So try something new.

  4. I wouldn’t trust this women. The Gay community had its hero in Obama, not the US Democratic party.

    Clinton reeks of DOMA and DADT. She also waited a very long time before she supported full equality, long after her, boss and sitting President. Barrack Obama, did.

    Inducing “God” into her argument is just more proof the gay community will still have to be vigilant if Hillary becomes US President.

    Here is hoping Elizabeth Warren runs and wins the Dem nomination, against Hillary in 2015.

  5. Thanks for all this, Hilary, but I get the feeling you’re running for the White House a bit early.

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