Monday, January 26, 2009

Get Fox News Out of the Bedroom!

Fox News has an article up on their front page about openly gay candidate Earl Rynerson who is campaigning to be the next mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Florida,

The "news" organization is right to bring up questions about his own fiscal problems, and other legal issues.

They have absolutely no right to promote fear based on his sexual orientation and his specific sexual practices so long as they are legal and consensual.

(Check out the news story here!)

SHAME ON FOX NEWS for gay-baiting and using fear tactics to promote their agenda.

Please click to contact Fox News Online and tell them to stop their blatant homophobic news coverage.

You can also contact Fox News via phone at: 1-888-369-4762.

7 comments:

Queers United said...

I find it ironic that conservatives keep saying gays should keep their lifestyle in the bedroom, yet they are very quick to discuss it and show it out in public if it serves their needs.

Anonymous said...

How in the world did this news (fox) reporter get the items on this man credit card bill.

Is our credit cards now public information?

Fort Lauderdale get behind Rynerson and get him elected. There is enough gay in Fort Lauderdale to get the job done.

Kirk said...

Exactly what does him falling in love with men instead of women have to do with his campaign or how he runs his personal finances again? Can't recall the last time I heard "Openly White Man Has Curious Financial History" when running for an office

SacGary said...
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SacGary said...

I agree with the sentiment from the anonymous poster... where did they get his credit card information?

I am far more concerned about Fox in my credit card statements as opposed to Fox the in the bedroom .

Where are the reports on the credit card statements of the other candidates? Does Fox believe that only Gay men use those types of web sites?

Larry in Miami said...

Last night I did something fun; I removed Faux News from the channel line-up on all of my TV's. I used to, from time to time, watch it a little while, because we should "know thine enemy." But, really, I can no longer stomach even a minute.

Anonymous said...

The story states that he has been sued numerous times for unpaid bills. If a lawsuit was filed against him for an unpaid credit card bill, his invoices would likely be entered as evidence -- and the court records are public. Moral to the story -- pay your bills.

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