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Bill and Hillary Clinton Praise Supreme Court Marriage Ruling

ClintonsFormer President Bill Clinton (who signed DOMA into law in 1996) and Hillary Clinton released a joint statement today on the Supreme Court rulings on DOMA and Proposition 8:

By overturning the Defense of Marriage Act, the Court recognized that discrimination towards any group holds us all back in our efforts to form a more perfect union. We are also encouraged that marriage equality may soon return to California. We applaud the hard work of the advocates who have fought so relentlessly for this day, and congratulate Edie Windsor on her historic victory.

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  1. Brian I think he was referring to DADT. That was december 1993. regardless, these two have done less than many republicans to help gay rights. Only now are they on board when so many have moved forward. These people will do anything to maintain power and thats not respectable. Having power and that not doing anything positive with it seems like a waste to me.

    Posted by: Derek | Jun 26, 2013 4:15:44 PM


  2. YouLikeMe, the only thing I'll find is that you're still nuts.

    Posted by: MateoM | Jun 26, 2013 4:25:10 PM


  3. This Rick guy does sound like the "stereotypical" angry older white gay guy who never found anyone to settle down with but blames "them" (whoever they are..fems, blacks, redheads) rather than admit the reason he is older and alone is because of his own issues.

    Posted by: FakeOutrage | Jun 26, 2013 4:59:22 PM


  4. @rick: "this is a really tough day for me."

    Girl, what makes you think any of this is about YOU? Go back into the closet if you hate yourself so much. More room for the rest of us to celebrate.

    Posted by: Latreece Royale | Jun 26, 2013 5:45:47 PM


  5. God, Rick, you really have to look at yourself : your only goal is to ruin good news. Really. You are an irritance to almost everyone on this site ; go away. Really.

    I don't believe for ONE SECOND that you are a 'masculine guy', if you were, you wouldn't have to yap on and on and on about it day in and day out. What the hell is your problem? Yes, many of us are, but we aren't so obsessed with it we cannot tolerate anyone else who is not EXACTLY like us. That's your problem. You are only capable of seeing the world from your own viewpoint, and not realising it is comprised of many different kinds of people, and that is DAMN RUDE to consider yourself the best person on earth. I can guarantee you, everyone on this site is sick of your BS. Please, go find a republican anti-gay site that you can feel welcome in. Gtfo off this site, I'm fed up with you and so is everyone else.

    On a lighter note, applause to the Clintons. Run Hilary, run, what a woman, what service she has done for our coutnry. Love her!!!


    Posted by: HOCKEYJOCK | Jun 26, 2013 5:50:56 PM


  6. @Rick (and/or whoever is pretending to be Rick): There is only one way to alter the public perception that most gay men are effeminate, and that is by outnumbering them with visible masculine gay men. There are more than enough masculine gay men to do this.

    If you're not part of the solution, then you're part of the problem. Pretending to be straight is not a solution. Sorry.

    Posted by: Neil | Jun 26, 2013 6:39:27 PM


  7. Andy, *please* go to a registration format so that threads like this aren't hijacked by LittleKiwi and his ilk pretending to be other people.

    As for the Clintons, get stuffed you two grifters. ABH 2016 (Anyone But Hillary 2016).

    Posted by: Henry Holland | Jun 26, 2013 8:32:50 PM


  8. Oh, sure. This is their position now that the polls show most Americans feel this way and it's not the least bit inconvenient for them to take this stance. Damn shame they didn't develop their enlightened view back when it actually could have made a difference.

    I've never understood why the part puts up with their nonsense. These two make me sick.

    Posted by: FFS | Jun 27, 2013 4:16:41 AM


  9. Wow! This guy so-called "Rick" herein is getting for free his cathartic psychological help. Trust me, though, Rick, you need in-person truly talented psychiatric assistance or someday soon you'll no longer be posting here and we'll all be left to speculate as to what was your chosen means of suicide. Get help, please. Not one human being with a conscience wants to see you do yourself in from the immense amount of self-loathing that you are sloppily and otherwise obviously exhibiting. Even you are worth saving from such a deep well of self-denigration alarmingly routinely printed out here in your very dark rooted comments. Try first an 800 number, like the Trevor Project. Or, if you’re as very old as you sound, just try your local suicide prevention numbers, okay?

    Posted by: Tom Cardellino | Jun 27, 2013 4:40:57 AM


  10. LOL @ Rick,

    He writes:

    "Men who hate men and all things masculine are incapable of loving another man or attaching themselves to one for any length of time."

    I thought those were heterosexual men!

    Oh well, who needs logic when your inner-demons do all the talking.

    Posted by: truthteller | Jun 27, 2013 5:31:34 AM


  11. Rick
    I am indeed weeping for you. The tears are flowing down my face. I know that this is a rough day. Keep you chin up.

    Posted by: David Jarrett | Jun 27, 2013 10:22:31 AM


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