Obama Is Gay

McCain is a dried up old prune. Vote Obama!


Obama's Big Secret

@ 12:18 PM (76 months, 29 days ago)

No more secrets! Vote Obama!


Obama Is A Great Gay Man

@ 01:08 PM (77 months, 5 days ago)

Speak it Arab Ninja! I have that costume!


Obama And Larry

@ 02:07 AM (78 months, 26 days ago)

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Obama Sinclair Love Triangle

@ 12:27 PM (79 months, 15 days ago)

By Lame Cherry

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Obama Says Jesus Justified Same Sex Marriage

@ 03:59 PM (79 months, 17 days ago)
(CNSNews.com) - The wife of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama told  a crowd of homosexual activists last week that her husband wants to repeal the  Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and reverse the rule on homosexuals in the  military. Michelle Obama also drew parallels with homosexual advocacy groups and  the civil rights movement, referring to events "from Selma to Stonewall."
Speaking to the Democratic National Committee's Gay and Lesbian Leadership  Committee last Thursday in New York City, Michelle Obama said her husband  supports "a world where federal laws don't discriminate against same-sex  relationships, including equal treatment for any relationship recognized under  state law."
"That is why he supports robust civil unions," she said. "That is why he has  said the federal government should not stand in the way of states that want to  decide for themselves how best to pursue equality for gay and lesbian couples --  whether that means a domestic partnership, a civil union or a civil marriage."
The Illinois senator has spoken little about homosexual issues on the campaign  trail, but a position paper on his Web site http://tinyurl.com/5dhpx6 says that  Obama wants to "fully repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and enact legislation  that would ensure 1,100-plus federal legal rights and benefits currently  provided on the basis of marital status are extended to same-sex couples in  civil unions and other legally recognized unions."
The DOMA has two parts: one defines marriage as between a man and a woman, and  the second part says a homosexual marriage in one state does not have to be  recognized in another state.
Such a law could have added impetus since the California Supreme Court ruled  last month to legally recognize homosexual marriages. Meanwhile, Massachusetts,  Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey, and New Hampshire have enacted legal unions  for homosexual couples either through legislation or court order.
The absence of a federal law could mean that the more than 40 states that have  bans -- either constitutional or in statute -- on same-sex marriage would be  required to recognize a homosexual marriage license from another state as a  legally binding contract.
Sen. Obama's position paper was likely referencing the federal definition  provision that would extend Social Security and other government benefits to  same-sex couples, said Lynn Wardle, a law professor at Brigham Young University.  Nonetheless, this could effectively nationalize same-sex marriage, Wardle said.
"If a judge in San Francisco says 'for Social Security purposes, that's the  law,' then a trial judge in San Francisco could affect the whole country,"  Wardle told Cybercast News Service.
"A marriage is valid where it's performed and valid everywhere, with one  exception, if it violates public policy," she said. "As a political move, this  would inevitably mean gay marriage in most states. It's a step in nationalizing  gay marriage."
Republican presidential candidate John McCain voted for DOMA in 1996 as a  federal law. However, the Arizona senator voted with Obama in opposing a federal  constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and a woman. McCain  said his opposition was on grounds of federalism, believing that states should  decide on the matter.
In 2006, McCain supported a proposed constitutional amendment in his home state  of Arizona to define marriage as only for heterosexual couples, but the  amendment failed on the November ballot.
McCain's Web site http://tinyurl.com/2n2xxj reads: "The family represents the  foundation of Western Civilization and civil society and John McCain believes  the institution of marriage is a union between one man and one woman. It is only  this definition that sufficiently recognizes the vital and unique role played by  mothers and fathers in the raising of children, and the role of the family in  shaping, stabilizing, and strengthening communities and our nation."
Mrs. Obama began her New York speech praising the Lawrence v. Texas ruling by  the U.S. Supreme Court five years ago that struck down Texas's anti-sodomy law,  and said "same-sex couples would never again be persecuted through the use of  criminal law."
In comparing the homosexual rights movement with civil rights, Mrs. Obama  commented on how far things have come.
"We are all only here because of those who marched and bled and died, from Selma  to Stonewall," Mrs. Obama said in reference to Selma, Ala., and the Stonewall  Inn in New York City.
Selma, Ala., was the starting point in March 1965 for one of the most famous  civil rights marches of the movement. The Stonewall Inn, a bar in Greenwich  Village, was the site of what many consider the start of the homosexual rights  movement in June 1969, when gays and lesbians rioted against police officers.
She also said her husband believes in "a world where together we work to reverse  discriminatory laws like DOMA and 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'"
Mrs. Obama said her husband helped get protection for people qualified as  lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender in the Illinois Human Rights Act when he  was a state senator.
"In 2004, after hearing from gay friends and supporters about the hurtful impact  of DOMA, Barack went on record during his U.S. Senate race and called for its  complete repeal," she said. "And as a U.S. senator, he voted to protect our  Constitution from the stain of discrimination by voting against the federal  marriage amendment."
Mrs. Obama told the gathering her husband has taken this message even to  religious groups. In a previous interview, Barack Obama said he believed that  Jesus' Sermon on the Mount http://tinyurl.com/2m2z9z justified same-sex unions.


Obama for Change!

@ 12:39 PM (79 months, 23 days ago)


Buttslammin Barrack

@ 03:21 PM (80 months, 8 days ago)

This blog will be a log on the first queer to ever become President, Obama!

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