Barney Frank got married over the weekend to his long term lover. Do you think President Obama got them a wedding gift? or did it get lost in the mail? And being that Frank was the older of the two could he say now “Make room for Daddy”

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anonymous green 3 years 7 weeks ago
#1

A homophobe like you would be better off calling Obama a nigger.

It's more acceptable today than hate speech against gay people.

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Katshores 3 years 7 weeks ago
#2

Well, no I am not but it appears you are a racist and a homophobe by saying it.

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Laborisgood 3 years 7 weeks ago
#3

Well said AG. We ought to always call a spade a spade when the likes of Kat are blowing their dog whistles.

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Redwing 3 years 7 weeks ago
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Quote Laborisgood:

Well said AG. We ought to always call a spade a spade when the likes of Kat are blowing their dog whistles.

Bad choice of words

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Laborisgood 3 years 7 weeks ago
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I thought it was an exceptionallly good choice myself, but then again I've never been a fan of political correctness. Say what you mean and those who get it will not mind how you say it, but those who don't get it, never will, no matter how you say it. Kat either don't get it or she purposely provides misinformation to perpetuate "not getting it" to the masses.

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