Skip to comments.Move over D-Day, Flag Day and Father’s Day – Obama gives June to LBGT
Posted on 06/11/2009 6:47:41 AM PDT by Victory111
June has traditionally been a month of honoring fathers, soldiers and patriots now thanks to the social engineering of Barack Obama we have a whole month to celebrate lesbians, bi-sexuals, gays and transgenders. In America there will be about 290 million people who will likely not be rushing out to observe this month long celebration.
Barack Obama proclaimed June as LBGT month saying he has partnered with the gay community to Advance a wide range if initiatives. He plans to enhance hate crimes, repeal dont ask dont tell in the military and advance the right for gays to adopt.
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How will the Islamic world react to this? I thought Obama wanted to reach out to them, bot offend them?
not offend them
I’ll lower my flag to half staff.
Just support digging, he doesn’t care any different to gay, trans, Texans, Cubans, Brits or Germans. The NWO apparatchiks see us all as instruments for exploitation, nothing more.
He plans to enhance hate crimes, repeal dont ask dont tell in the military and advance the right for gays to adopt.
1. No, a crime is a crime.
2. No, open homosexuals DO decrease morale and military readiness and interfere with good order and discipline; and
3. No, the research is in: children raised by homosexual couples are 7 times as likely to decide to be homosexual.
Anything else, Mr. President?
I think he is going to offend a bunch of people with this move. Look at what next Friday is - June 19th - Junteeneth especially in the south. Lots of big celebrations here in Texas.
What will July Honor? Last year it was Asian Americans? We need a month to honor Native Americans or better yet a day for them that’s not filled with hate (like Thanksgiving) for them. I was hoping for June 25—the date they defeated George A. Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. Some tribes call it Victory Day. They won the Battle (and the Battle of the Rosebud too) but lost the war. The Native People did gain some respect out of it from the population.
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