April 6, 2012

Politics: Romney Donates Big Money To Anti-Gay Groups


Romney Will Be First Major Party Nominee To Have Given Financial Support To Hate Groups - In Post Civil Rights Era (1964)


There was a 2008 donation from his Super PAC, that his church “suggested,” which resulted in $10,000 for the National Organization for Marriage (NOM). In 2010 the Massachusetts Family Institute received $10,000 from their generous friend, so that they could continue scaring state voters, with radio ads demonizing the transgender community. He reached deeper into his pocket that year for $25,000, to give to the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, who might have used the donation to run their expensive anti-gay ad in the New York Times.

Remember that Willard Mitt Romney’s a Mormon, therefore he tithes! Ten percent of Romney’s wealth goes to the Mormon Church, and they are the biggest recipient of his largess, and a huge anti-gay religion to boot.

Willard Mitt Romney is a Mormon bishop and stake holder, and he says he won’t discriminate against anyone if he’s elected President.

For the record, Willard Mitt Romney has supported abortion rights in the past, LGBT rights, and universal health care, but he’s changed his mind and no longer has those views. If you’re an L G B or T - no anti-discrimination protection or special rights for you! If you’re a woman who cares about her reproductive rights, Romney and his Republican friends feel that you belong to them, and they know what’s best for women. While Obamacare is based on Romneycare, Romney doesn’t believe in Romneycare or Obamacare. He likes things the way they are with millions uninsured. Just don’t get sick!

Willard Mitt Romney is the likely Republican nominee for President of the United States in 2012. If the GOP nominates him, as expected, he will be the first non-Christian to be running for president in modern times. He will also be the only nominee of a major party to have given financial support to anti-gay hate groups.

These issues might get a lot of play over the next 6 or 7 months, and hopefully you will help to share these facts with your friends.

I hope WIllard was listening to me the other day, when I advised him to fasten his seat belt. He’s going to need that seat belt, in a very big way. The road to Washington is going to get very bumpy.

I think we’ll have to start talking about Cain and Ham next. Don’t you?


straight talk in a queer world.





 


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