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"I can say with confidence that the Romney administration would work on desirable outcomes for workplace non-discrimination," Log Cabins' R. Clarke Cooper told the Washington Blade, a gay website. "I'm going to leave it broad like that because I think there's room for administrative action as well as legislative. I also think it's probably fair to say that legislation in a form of an ENDA or an ENDA-like legislation is certainly realistic." ...
It was also reported that Romney said he would not overturn or support several laws such as the "Don't Ask, Don' Tell" repeal or hospital visitation rights for couples, which the Obama administration has put into place as a condition of hospitals receiving Medicare funds. And according to Cooper, Romney indicated he would not advocate a federal marriage amendment.
"There's not going to be a retreat by President Romney on repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell," Cooper said. "There's not going to be a retreat on hospital visitation. We were very, very clear not only to Gov. Romney, but to the campaign staff that were working to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act. That was part of our legislative portfolio. They clearly understood that."
Originally posted by mikellmikell
How about liberal transexual bankers. How should they vote?
Nearly a new low for ATS
Originally posted by Thaking1
Does a bear sh .t in the woods?
But with 50% of all male beig either gay, Bi or extremely Bi-curious and transgender/bender:
you want them to vote for you. Every little bit helps.
Now the leftist gays will vote Obama: again, does a duck swim?edit on 29-10-2012 by Thaking1 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by mikeone718
reply to post by FlyersFan
Conservative homosexual sounds like an oxymoron.
Originally posted by Skyfloating
I think Romney is much more moderate than he puts on. He tries to appease social conservatives within the Reps, but the reality will be that his Presidency will have no bad consequences on homosexuals.