Skip to comments.Gay Man That was Kept From Seeing his Dying Partner Was Abusing Him
Posted on 04/22/2010 4:06:48 AM PDT by Dallas59
What happened next is even more chilling: without authority, without determining the value of Clay and Harolds possessions accumulated over the course of their 20 years together or making any effort to determine which items belonged to whom, the county took everything Harold and Clay owned and auctioned off all of their belongings. Adding further insult to grave injury, the county removed Clay from his home and confined him to a nursing home against his will. The county workers then terminated Clay and Harold's lease and surrendered the home they had shared for many years to the landlord.
Three months after he was hospitalized, Harold died in the nursing home. Because of the countys actions, Clay missed the final months he should have had with his partner of 20 years. Compounding this tragedy, Clay has literally nothing left of the home he had shared with Harold or the life he was living up until the day that Harold fell, because he has been unable to recover any of his property.
Hope this gets bumped to the top.
A lesson in knee jerk reactions and jumping to false conclusions.
I thought there was more to this story.
Technically speaking, isn't that the definition of the homosexual act?
save for later
They had no younger friends or relatives to help them?
Sonoma County... I grew up there.
Don't think that clause in the health bill that gives the government access to you checking won't produce the same despicable actions!
Uhhh...The Guy in the Hospital had been beaten to a pulp by the guy they kept away from him. If they had let the abuser anywhere near the guy in the hospital, they would have been seriously negligent, criminaly so in this case.
Guess who gets in free.
There always is.
What was he doing, scratching his eyes out?
Guess I missed that part of the article. The title stated so, but the story didn’t really elaborate. Maybe I just read post one of the tragedy and not the article.
The good thing is Obama in his effort to please the activists have deflated them considerably. His allowing people to designate in writing who can see them in hospitals takes one of the key arguments away from the activists.
I think maybe we should consider other ways to diffuse the gay activist cause. It doesn’t have to convey special rights but instead convey general rules that make the entrenchment of gay activism in law irrelevant but expand the rights for everyone involved. The gay activists are not all that enthused that they got what they wanted in getting visitation access in this fashion.
When I first heard this story spun by libtard sodomites, I knew intuitively that it didn’t contain anything approaching the truth. I knew that either it was a complete fabrication, something that leftists have no qualms about engaging in, or a violent twisting of the facts of an event that the sodomite perverts could use as their political tool. I only hope that more truth regarding this “love” that these two men shared will come to light.
Then you misunderstand homosexual activists and their modus operandi.
If you give an activist homosexual an inch, he will take a mile every time - count on it. This is how you have the outrageous, powerful push for same-sex marriage emanating from a decision like Lawrence v. Texas which merely, ostensibly, decriminalized sodomy nationwide. Shortly after this decision, Massachusetts' activist supreme court, heavily relying on this case, became the first state to judicially "legislate" same-sex marriage into quasi-law (it STILL hasn't been made law by a legislative body.) How, then, can you perceive this hospital mandate as having an appeasing effect? If anything, it will embolden them to push for other mandated "rights" against the wishes of private citizens and state laws.
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