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LGBT people not mentioned in Obama's 2010 election video

Filed By Ed Team | April 27, 2010 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Barack Obama

This video is making its way around the LGBT blogosphere. Andy Towle says gays are conspicuously absent from the video. Andrew Belonsky asks if Obama has given up on the gays. I'm having a hard time getting worked up over it. What do you think?


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Sarah Riggle | April 28, 2010 8:17 AM

I maybe naive, but he called on all voters, Hispanic, Black, women; all voters that voted for him to step up to the voting booths and cast our votes for continued change. Are we not Americans first who want change? Of course we are supportive voters, Hispanic, White, Black, men and women, we need to continue this fight for the change President Obama has begun.

I'm not too worked up about it either. I think it's worth a mention and a nod; but to get our dander up? No... I'm convinced that there are some truly nefarious forces at work in this country to neuter this President and his agenda.
He's walking a tightrope and, in my mind, he's welcome to misstep so long as it doesn't result in a fall - and a fail.