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Should gay activists be heckling Obama?

President Obama faces hecklers at a DNC fundraiser in NYC
President Obama faces hecklers at a DNC fundraiser in NYC
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  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    The Don't Ask Don't Tell failure is a freakin disaster. Not good. Nooooooooooooooooooooooot good.

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    Kelvin Lynch 4 years ago

    No doubt, but is this solely the fault of our current president? I don't think so.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    The Rethuglicant obstructionism has affected two results ... First, to energize their base, and Second, to demoralize the Democratic base ... Let's not give in to their abhorrent tactics ... We need to stay united behind our President and our party at this critical juncture in history ... If you feel frustration now, can you imagine a country run by the Palin's, Angle's, Bachmann's, O'Donnell's, Limbaugh's and Becks of this world?! ... The horror, the horror!

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    Kelvin Lynch 4 years ago

    I concur. Turning our backs on the first American-American Democratic president i history is exactly what the Republitards want going into midterms. Are we really that gullible? Pull it together, people. Think about 2 years from now, don't throw a hissy fit because you didn't get your way this time around. We are in GRAVE DANGER if the Republican Teabaggers gain control of Congress.

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    Teresa Brunner 4 years ago

    Heckling the president on these issues is not going to get the end result that is needed.

    He states that he is working on these issues and I choose to believe him. Obama needs our support while he works on fixing ALL THE WRONGS that have transpired from past government legistation. Glad I don't have his job!
    Teresa / Medford Chihuahua Examiner

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