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  1. the Left Paw
    December 20, 2008 @ 7:44 am

    Funny that you should mention using creative means to show that the community that cares about equal rights, cares about more than weddings and the preacher selected for Obama’s inauguration… I believe that “Join the Impact” has exactly the kind of remedy you’re calling for here, a National Food Drive!

    http://jointheimpact.wetpaint.com/page/National+Food+Drive+for+Equality?t=anon

    This effort was put together precisely for the purpose of showing what an excellent asset the LGBTQ community is to meeting the needs of Americans everywhere. In fact, all the cans of food collected are going to faith-based food pantries!

    Follow the link NOW, and find out where to bring your food to support this effort for equality – it's due this Saturday, December 20th.

    About Warren, and "for the record": I'm a straight person that finds Obama's choice VERY offensive. I'm for unity as much as the next passionate Liberal, but I think that us lefties need to learn where to draw the line (sort of similar to how we need to do when it comes to self-respect). For me, and I believe for the sake of unity, I find it quite necessary to draw the line at bigotry.

    This division on the Left over this Warren issue, has led this Liberal to believe that there is an appropriate time & place for intolerance. After all, where would we be today if Rosa Parks had instead, decided to be tolerant?

  2. Nick Wilfong
    December 20, 2008 @ 10:31 pm

    This is so true…what a wonderful writer you are. Perhaps if we choose the nation’s preacher then we can use him in said wedding and kill two birds with one stone (metaphorically of course..I love the birds) haha.

  3. lowflyin lolana
    June 20, 2009 @ 5:03 am

    in particular i mean the tweets from last weekend, june 14-16th. when it all started to go down.

    doesn't look orchestrated to me.

    jmho.

    otherwise love the blog. we're neighbors, i also live in weho. 😉

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