Thursday, April 27, 2006

Libertarian candidate for Alabama Governor gets it right

Often, when I talk with Democrats about the fact their candidates have no problem hurting LGBT people to win a vote, despite overwhelming support from the LGBT community for decades now, they claim that such is only the case in "conservative" states where "everyone" is anti-gay.

That makes perfect sense, because John "marriage is between one man and one woman" Kerry is from that ultra-conservative home of the vast right-wing conspiracy, Massachusetts. Same for Hillary "traditional marriage" Clinton from the fascist bastion of New York.

But in Alabama, there is at least one gay-friendly person in politics, and it's the Libertarian Party's candidate for Governor, Loretta Nall.

If elected Governor of Alabama I will veto any ban on gay marriage.

How refreshing. When the Democrats running for the office of Governor put "Bible literacy" (I kid you not) and their own criminal defense over gay rights, the small community of LGBT activists in Alabama are truly insane if they once again endorse the Democrats.