Skip to comments.Light Up the Map [Florida Mayors Who Celebrate Homosexuality]
Posted on 07/22/2014 4:30:33 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Lisa Aronson Coconut Creek
Russ Barley Freeport
Peter Bober Hollywood
Craig Cates Key West
Joy Cooper Hallandale Beach
David Coviello Biscayne Park
Daniel Dietch Surfside
Rob Downey Melbourne Village
Harry Dressler Tamarac
Buddy Dyer Orlando
Pat Gerard Largo
Samuel Henderson Gulfport
Richard Kaplan Lauderhill
Rick Kriseman St. Petersburg
Connie Leon Kreps North Bay Village
Cindy Lerner Pinecrest
Philip Levine Miami Beach
Sue Lynn Anna Maria
John Marks Tallahassee
Shari McCartney Oakland Park
Ashira Mohammed Pembroke Park
Lori Moseley Miramar
Jeri Muoio West Palm Beach
Frank Ortis Pembroke Pines
Judy Paul Davie
Lesa Peerman Margate
Gary Resnick Wilton Manors
Michael Ryan Sunrise
Marni Sawicki Cape Coral
Claire Schubert Hillsboro Beach
Barbara Sharief Broward County
Phillip K. Stoddard South Miami
Pam Triolo Lake Worth
Michael Udine Parkland
Teresa Zemaitis Kenneth City
Check your state....work to defeat those who support perversion.
Four of these mayors are Republican, supposedly.
Miami mayor has not capitulated yet, but is under pressure:
Wilton Manors is a very strange place. Very strange.
South Florida is a lost cause and has been for a long time. I lived in South Florida from the time I was five until I was 49. Left in 1998 to move to Asheville, NC. Turns out Asheville is even worse. Now happily living in Greer (Greenville area) SC. No rainbow flags here - yet.
If you call a dog’s tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have?
Four. Calling a dog’s tail a leg doesn’t MAKE it a leg.
Similarly, calling this social arrangement to a committed relation between two members of a homosexual life style “marriage” does not make it a marriage. It is a union of sorts, with certain stated and unstated conditions of contract, but it is not a “marriage”.
There was a perfectly serviceable alternative designation adopted in many jurisdictions, termed a “civil union”, which spelled out, to some degree, the extent of the obligations and restrictions of the contract to tie two people in a binding agreement for purposes of finances, estate, and social responsibilities. But NOOOO, this was not “enough”, it had to be “marriage” or nothing.
A dog’s leg is not a tail, either.
I imagine Key West is a given, like SF or Province Town
Which means we ought to stand against this perversion of morals and language.
Bringing social issues to the forefront of the political race is exactly what the left wants you to do.
Better that we focus on amnesty, the economy, taxation, and abuses of power in the oval office, rather than on issues in the bedroom. The topic of gay marriage WILL NOT BE the deciding factor in whether this country stands or falls.
Likewise, St. Pete, Tallahassee and West Palm. But the senior communities (Sunrise, Cape Coral)? What’s up with that?
The visual is very disturbing - senior citizen homosexuals.