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Obama political advisor celebrates Sup. Ct. Gay marriage ruling by diplomatically tweeting, “It’s constitutional,, Bitches.” Obama appoints him Ambassador to South Africa . . .


President Obama has made a thoughtful choice for Ambassador to South Africa. A hyper-partisan, Congo-born, Haitian-bred, Brooklyn-educated community organizer will surely bring diplomatic skills to the racially-charged atmosphere in South Africa.


“It’s constitutional. Bitches.” Patrick Gaspard, the Executive Director of the Democratic National Committee, tweeted the news Thursday. Continue reading

The Agenda is Political Power, not Pride . . .


Manhattan Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, a gay womens rights advocate from Greenwich Village, recently threatened a (rare) NewYork City Republican Assemblywoman for daring to call for serial sex abuse facilitator Sheldon Silver to step down as NYS Assembly Speaker in the wake of nunerous sexual abuse and harrassment scandals involving Democrat Assembly members:

“Assemblywoman Deborah Glick (D-Manhattan) was overheard telling Republican colleague Nicole Malliotakis that there would be consequences if the GOPer kept calling for Silver to step down over the Vito Lopez sexual-harassment scandal.
“You’ve been in the paper a lot talking about the speaker. You should quiet down before someone starts playing games with you,” Glick told Malliotakis on the floor of the Assembly, according to a person who overheard the conversation.”

Speaker Silver has a long history of aiding and abetting the sexual harassment of women in the New York State Assembly and hiding such abuse through the use of taxpayer funds. Actual abuse of women doesn’t matter to feminists. The so-called Empire State Gay Pride Agenda is, like all Democrat front groups, concerned primarily with power, not pride.



The goalposts are always moved leftward; you are a bigot if you don’t keep approving . . .

WASHINGTON — Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy is expected to introduce an amendment to immigration reform legislation next week that would extend rights to same-sex couples — a move that one crafter of the bill says will kill its chances of passing.

Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, will propose allowing foreign-born partners in same-sex relationships with Americans to apply for green cards, according to the prominent gay-rights group Immigration Equality. Currently, the rights apply only to foreign-born spouses of heterosexual couples.

“Senator Leahy has been a champion of the cause for over a decade,” Rachel Tiven, executive director of the group said yesterday.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), one of the “Gang of 8” bipartisan group of senators that crafted the immigration bill, contends that introducing the same-sex marriage issue into the fragile legislation giving a path to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants would kill the bill — and cost his support.