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26 March 2010

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Nathan James

Gov. McDonnell's comments remind me of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who said "we don't have any such thing as homosexuality in Iran." Of course not...every time a gay or lesbian person is found in Iran, they are KILLED. McDonnell's asasertion that anti-gay discrimination "doesn't happen very often" is both ignorant and frightening.

Woe betide gays and lesbians living in the Commonwealth of Virginia, where the elected leaders are so blatantly against the LGBT community!

Sike

"Anti-gay bias doesn't happen very often."
Really? Did anyone bother to point out the obvious?
HIS FIRST ACTIONS AS GOVERNOR WERE ANTI-GAY!!!


And then this gem: He added: 'There really isn't any rampant discrimination on any basis in Virginia. If you're going to have a law, it needs to actually address a real problem.' "

No discrimination, no racism in VA. YEAH RIGHT.

Black and White Mage

Goodness, I cannot wait to leave this state once I graduate from this public Virginia institution that I attend. I second what Sike stated...

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