- Jun 26, 2007
HE made sexual orientation the business of everyone, i agree that it shouldn't be.Originally posted by: Garth
I think I see Vic's point here...
(In my opinion) He's saying that there isn't anything necessarily inconsistent about a gay politician that votes for anti-gay legislation, (or against "pro-gay" legislation) if in so doing he is properly representing the attitudes and desires of his constituency by voting that way. That may or may not be the case in this particular circumstance, but the larger point is that it isn't really anybody's business whether or not a politician is gay or straight, so long as he/she is properly representing his constituency.
HE is a self proclaimed gay antagonist, while being gay and pretending he's not so that he can get votes from other gay haters.
A man who is even lying about his own being is no man youd want in a seat of power.
This whole discriminate against gay thing stems from a lesson not learned, it's been done before and it'll be done again.