Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Sarah Palin - "People Choose to be Gay"

Sarah Palin in an interview with Katie Couric of CBS Evening News had the following to say about homosexuality.


"As for homosexuality - I'm not going to judge Americans and the decisions that they make in their adult, personal relationships. I have - um - one of my absolute best friends for the last thirty years who happens to be gay - and I love her dearly. She is not my gay friend. She is one of my best friends, who happens to have made a choice that isn't a choice that I have made."


And this woman wants to be our vice president? Can I get a HELL NO?

Queers United proudly supports Barack Obama
for President.

7 comments:

T. R Xands said...

Isn't she progressive with her "gay friends" and what not *rolls eyes* She's only about five years behind...

Renee Gannon said...

I just hope her "best friend" helps her become educated on the fact that being LGBTQI is not a choice at all. I feel bad for Sarah Palin, that woman is clearly gotten in waaaay over her head.

Sabertooth Screaming Lemur said...

And I say unto you, my fellow gay Americans, not just no but HELL NO!

David said...

oh no she did-int!!!

she is the antithesis to separation of church and government.

Dharma Kelleher said...

The choice Sarah Palin made was to get knocked up out of wedlock.

The real question is whether Sarah Palin chose to be stupid or was she born that way?

Anonymous said...

Well at least she is slightly open...I mean she does have a friend who is gay and she doesn't identify her solely by her sexual orientation. That said, it just goes to show how poorly she would represent America as a whole...she just doesn't understand...her blinders are on a little too tight.

Anonymous said...

I think the problem here is that people who are gay think that those in society who don't accept homosexuality as an alternative lifestyle are somehow backwards. If you want to be gay, then be gay. But please don't tell others that they are backwards because they don't accept it. Life is about choices and everyone makes them. I, personally, don't believe that homosexuality is ok. God says its wrong, so its wrong. Don't judge the gay, love them. Love the sinner, hate the sin.

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