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Jane Lynch Narrates Obama's Fight For LGBT Rights Video!

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Absolutely beautiful!

With the LOVELY voice of Glee star Jane Lynch, this moving video chronicles President Obama's accomplishments in his fight for LGBT rights.

Way before he led the way to repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell, Obama believed in the LGBT community, and now he continues to fulfill his promise to fight for us.

His declaration of support for same-sex marriage was astounding, and we really believe he has what it takes to continue moving forward in the struggle to obtain equal rights for ALL!

Watch his touching video (above) and pass it along!!

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11 comments to “Jane Lynch Narrates Obama's Fight For LGBT Rights Video!”

  1. 1

    What has he done for the LGBT community? He gave you guys lip service, and won't do anything but continue to give lip service when election time comes about. Think about it, he claims he respects state rights to determine marriage laws but has no problem going after those same states for immigration laws? Seems to me like he just doesn't care.

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    Re: thebigboot – It takes a real idiot to watch a five minute long video specifically about the progress President Obama has personally made for the gay community and then ask, and I quote, "What has he done for the LGBT community?" in the comments section. I wish I had your confidence.

  3. 3

    I can't believe it's 2012 and we still have people fighting for the same rights as everyone else. It's despicable. It's embarrassing. It's wrong.

    Some may say he's just using the gay community to get votes, and that his support for the gay community is just an empty promise, but I for one am pleased with the results he has turned out in the four years of his presidency. And hey! If you think he's all bark and no bite, I don't expect you to say the world is ending when he gets re-elected, right?

    Bigotry is bigotry. Whether it's racism, homophobia, or any other type of prejudice, it has no place in the mind of any self respecting citizen in this country, much less its legislation. The fact is that opposition against homosexuality is dying, and fast. This is a fact. It's irrefutable. While I believe the issue should be a national issue, and not a state issue, just like any other civil rights movement in the history of this country, I'll take what I can get. If the federal government hadn't have stepped in during the civil rights movement in the 60's, we might still be segregated. Some people, for the most part, are happy with just giving them civil unions, calling them separate but equal. Separate But Equal. Doesn't that sound familiar? It's equally as scary as it is embarrassing how history repeats itself.

  4. 4

    Some people who are against same sex rights even deny the fact that they are bigots! They say they have the right to their opinion while we have ours. When your 'opinion' turns in to legislation that limits the rights of another person, it's no longer just your opinion. For some reason, the thought of being a racist is much worse than being a homophobe. They say the bible tells them that homosexuality is a sin, when Christians have unanimously decided that some of the 'sins' mentioned on even the same page are no longer applicable to a modern world. If Jesus was truly the man they say he was, he would be disgusted by the fact that people are spreading bigotry in his name.

    In an age where we are constantly on the verge of financial crisis, waging wars we aren't winning, people losing their jobs and not being able to find work, and seeing the effects of a deteriorating climate, why don't we fix something that's easy to fix? It costs no money, no international diplomacy, no lives lost in war, and really nothing to anyone at all. Because when you get down to it, giving homosexuals the same rights as everyone else just doesn't hurt anyone. There are no disadvantages.

    It's your choice which side of history you will be on. What are you going to say in 40 years when your grandkids ask you which side you were on? Would you make them proud with the answer you gave them?

  5. 5

    I already deeply love and admire this president. This only makes me love him more. The LGBT community has grew by leaps and bounds since the dawn of gay liberation in 1970-71. We then survived the devastating AIDS crisis. Now I hope the LGBT community will show him their deep appreciation, instead of how ungrateful they seemed in 2010. With nasty, ugly forces like those on the right and evangelical right, he has prevailed. But even now, the president has to deal with those same embittered heathens on the right. Let's stand beside him as a brave deterrent against those forces.

  6. 6

    Re: joethehobo – Get a reality check. We have a lot to be proud of that we have accomplished in the LGBT community. LGBT members of color still has to deal with prejudice and discrimination from white LGBT folks. So racism, arguably an even harsher ill, is still alive for those LGBT members. I am grateful for all that has been achieved rather than feel like we need to be even further super served.

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    Re: thebigboot – And what does the hypocrites on the right have to say. It is asholes like you that set the movement back.

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    Re: joethehobo – Go live Iin Uganda and then see how it really feels to not have government support. You have little confidence because you suffer, like most white people, from a case of entitlement.

  9. Nadine says – reply to this


    I'm a Canadian and it amazes me that in 2012 the issue of same sex marriage is so big in the US. I live in a province that for years now has allowed same sex marriage. For all those out there that think this will corrupt your society and ruin your children, I encourage you to visit Manitoba, Canada. Our children are safe, our cities have not fallen into riots or segregated. If anything you would see that when you accept all marriages regardless of gender, that our children are in fact thriving and our cities have more pride than they did before.
    I hope that as Americans you elect this year a candidate that will stand up for all Americans, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, or economic standing.

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    Re: Chanbo – You've obviously misunderstood my post. I spent quite a lot of time talking about how far we have come, and how truly grateful I am, That should be clear. This being said, you're a fool if you think we shouldn't be fighting for our rights. We owe it to the future generations of this country to try and fix the injustices we are experiencing today. I will not apologize for standing up to bigotry, and you should be ashamed of yourself for saying I should. The idea that we are being 'super served' while we don't even have the same rights as everyone else yet is ludicrous. How on earth do you see it that way? And where, oh where, did you come up with me saying racism is gone? I acknowledged racism many times. Did you even read my post before commenting on it?

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    Re: Chanbo – Is being just a step or two above Uganda really something you strive for? You bet your ass that I have a sense of entitlement. We are entitled to the same rights as everyone else in this country. There's just no way around it.

    While I may have a sense of entitlement, you seem to be suffering from a case of self loathing. If you are a homosexual, which your post suggests, and you feel like we shouldn't be fighting for our rights, and that we have been 'super served' already despite the fact that we don't have the same rights as everyone else, what does that say about you? FEEL entitled. FEEL deserving. You deserve the same rights as everyone else. WE deserve the same rights as everyone else. You clearly have some issues to work out that are much bigger than just trying to put me down. I'm really hoping you just misread my post and poorly worded your response because the thought that someone like you is willing to settle for so much less than they deserve, and who also has the nerve to say the same for our community, is absolutely pathetic.