CNN/YouTube Debate Question – Gay Youth

July 21, 2007 at 5:05 pm 4 comments

Between now and the CNN/YouTube Democratic debate on Monday, July 23rd, I will be posting some of the questions that I find most interesting.

If there are video questions that you would like me to spotlight, email the link to bloggernista@gmail.com.

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Entry filed under: 2008 Election, Advocacy, Barack Obama, Bill Richardson, Campaigns, Chris Dodd, Democrats, Dennis Kucinich, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, John Edwards, LGBT, Liberals, Media, Mike Gravel, New Media, Politics, Video, YouTube.

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  • 1. nytexan  |  July 21, 2007 at 7:26 pm

    I think the only one who will address that issues head on is Gravel. The rest will dance around it and give a boring blanket answer.

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  • 2. Bloggernista  |  July 21, 2007 at 10:16 pm

    Which is why we need to raise the question again and again until we get a good answer.

    Reply
  • 3. Bostonian Queer in Dallas  |  July 22, 2007 at 4:50 am

    No, the Dems will throw us under the bus as soon as it is clear in the polls that it will give them a one point advantage over any opponent, primary or national race. And since the GOP has decided to rim the trailer white trash voters down here in Jesusland (aka Dumbfuckistan), their position on gay rights will never alter.

    Civil rights in this nation came from the Supreme Court, not the people. And since America votes based on “who would you rather have a beer with?”, unless we get very radical and very nasty, we will never make any progress with the Simians now sitting in black robes.

    I am fifty six and I hold little hope for progress in my own lifetime.

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  • 4. Bloggernista  |  July 22, 2007 at 9:03 am

    BDQD,

    What’s your plan of action, then? How do you think we will make progress?

    The Black civil rights movement made progress by using a multiplicity of tactics including legal challenges, non-violent direct action, media advocacy, pressure on elected officials and by appealing to the moral conscience of the American people.

    What do you propose that we do?

    BTW, 56 is far too young to lose hope. If we are going to make progress, then we are going to need everyone to join us at the barricades.

    Reply

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