We worked hard to change the math so that those political calculations would start adding up in our favor. At that time, the organization called Clinton "the champion we can count on in November — and every day she occupies the Oval Office. Promote human rights of LGBT people around the world. You may be hurting Clinton but you're also hurting the queers you claim to care so much about. He noted that Vermont "led the way," but it was "a very divisive debate. Just say no to bitankual erasure!
We're fucking ourselves with this shit, not Clinton.
Hillary Clinton Used to Be Terrible On Marriage Equality
And it's a good show and I'm enjoying it—check it out on iTunes. Inthen-Secretary of State Clinton delivered a speech in Geneva in which she declared "gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights" — a mantra she repeated Saturday night to cheers from the crowd. Clinton criticized Trump in particular for his decision to nominate Mark Green, who she called an "outspoken opponent" of LGBT rights, to replace former Army Secretary Eric Fanning, the first openly gay man to hold the job. Sanders and Clinton—neither one was always perfect on marriage. At that time, the organization called Clinton "the champion we can count on in November — and every day she occupies the Oval Office. Clinton maintained support for that definition during her Senate and first White House campaigns, though she expressed support for civil unions that recognized the legal parity of gay couples. Hillary said that when she was in the U.
When her husband was president, he signed the Defense of Marriage Act into law, which stood for years as a roadblock to marriage equality. To believe in the hard work and challenge of marriage. Hillary's remarks in the Senate are basically an EP version of Barack Obama's infamous comments on marriage equality when he was running for president in She called on attendees to participate in organizations that would foster progress on human rights and for the United States to call out abuses of gay people abroad, like the reported homophobic killings in Chechnya. Senate—and, in case you didn't pick up on it, she was speaking in opposition to a constitutional amendment that would've banned same-sex marriage in all fifty states.