Earlier this week I did a three-day campaign swing through central and northern Arizona. I recorded a 3-minute campaign message at KTVK in Phoenix, and spoke to Tea Party groups in Flagstaff and Scottsdale. This Sunday, I will take part in a live, televised debate that will include all four U.S. Senate candidates. It should be interesting!
The Senate Republicans' blocking of the National Defense Authorization Act is a sad reminder that the federal government is one of the major sources of employment discrimination against gays and lesbians in our country.
Many leading Republicans have said for years that they would defer to military leaders on the question of whether "don't ask, don't tell" should be repealed.
For Immediate Release
Libertarians fight to break cycle of battered gay voter syndrome
WASHINGTON - Like abused spouses who keep returning to their aggressors, gay voters keep handing their votes to the Democrats who abuse them.
The Libertarian Party (LP) wants to break this self-destructive behavior and offers LGBT voters a better alternative.
LP Chairman Mark Hinkle said, "Exit polls indicate that Democrats get over 70% of LGBT votes in federal elections. Those voters must really love the Democrats' rhetoric, because they certainly aren't seeing any action.
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