Skip to comments.Demands Grow For Resignation Of Bexar County Democratic Chair (ticks off gays, blacks, whites, Jews)
Posted on 03/16/2011 10:59:29 PM PDT by Libloather
Demands Grow For Resignation Of Bexar County Democratic Chair
Published Statements By Dan Ramos 'Stunned' Party Leaders
Jessie Degollado, KSAT 12 News Reporter
POSTED: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
SAN ANTONIO -- A spokeswoman for the Bexar County Democratic Party said its chairman, Dan Ramos, will be holding a news conference on Thursday morning after his published statements in the San Antonio Current and increasing demands for resignation.
Texas Democratic Party Chairman Boyd Richie, members of the Bexar County Democratic Party Executive Committee and the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus have called for Ramos to step down.
In their statement, the executive committee said, "His hateful, bigoted comments have no place in the Democratic Party."
Dan Graney, the Stonewall Caucus president, said, "I was horrified and saddened he would come out with such overt, hostile statements" against a wide swath of people, including the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community.
The article in this week's San Antonio Current, Ramos is quoted saying Graney's organization is "90 percent white, blue-eyed and Anglo."
Graney said that last year, when Ramos was running to become the party chairman, he spoke to the Stonewall Democrats and answered yes to their issues in a questionnaire and wrote he supported "equality for all."
"This also says something about hypocrisy, when you say one thing and act another way," Graney said.
He said the membership chose not to support Ramos in his bid because of what Graney called "homophobic statements" in the past.
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OHHHHHHHH yes, they do. It's been a LONG, storied and horrible past - and they thrive on it. It's all they have. Heck, a few current RAT perps even make a so-called LIVING off of it.
The over/under on this RAT idiot's resignation now sits @ 1½ weeks.
From the Bexar County RAT website -
Who We Are
Before all other things, we are a family of many different kinds of people. We come from all walks of life. We are home-makers, business people, factory workers, public servants, educators, soldiers, preachers, you name it - we've got it. We come from all skin colors, religions, cultures, genders, sexual orientations and gender identities. We don't exclude. That is who we are!
Either I’m incredibly dense or that is a poorly written article. What did the guy do to upset the sissy?
I agree with you—I can’t figure out what the article says..........
The sad part is, they fell like they are deserving of this treatment.