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Freedom to Work Founder Tico Almeida Has 'Sliver of Hope' That Obama Will Sign LGBT Non-Discrimination Order: VIDEO


Freedom to Work President Tico Almeida returned to Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer late last week to discuss Obama's refusal to sign an executive order banning LGBT discrimination in the workplace.

Almeida said that the White House was not happy with his appearance two weeks ago on Spitzer's show in which he discussed the meeting where it was announced that Obama would not sign the order.

Almeida said that he had a follow-up meeting with White House aides at a Starbucks and still has a "sliver of hope" that the executive order will get signed.


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  1. There is a difference between advocating for your executive order and calling people cowards and not worthy of voting for - which Almeida did in a very unprofessional manner. That is not the way to get things done in Washington, and he should know that.

    Posted by: happyday | Apr 30, 2012 12:51:56 PM

  2. I will vote for Obama either way. The alternative is totally unacceptable. The cold hard fact is that we on the left have no alternative. If the dems loose the White House we are in for some long lean years. Deal with it.

    Posted by: jack | Apr 30, 2012 10:45:03 PM

  3. Obama didn't refuse to sign the EO because he's a coward.

    He did it because he's a right centrist bigot like the Clintons and Bushes - all of them pandered to bigots.

    Voting for bigots from either party is unaccepteable. On November 6th write in Brad Manning, vote left as a protest or just sit it out. Before and after the no change in any case election build unions, the union left and the Occupiers.

    Posted by: Bill Perdue | May 1, 2012 4:33:39 AM

  4. I really like this.It is so beautiful.

    Posted by: Oklahoma City Thunder Hats | May 2, 2012 5:21:45 AM

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