Romney Tells NAACP He Hopes To Represent Gays As Long As They Don't Want To Marry Each Other
Written by Instinct Staff |
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
(...or adopt or stop being discriminated against...)
Speaking before the NAACP convention—which officially endorsed marriage equality a few weeks back—Mitt Romney flip-flopped and contradicted himself in one single hypocritical speech that drew boos from the audience.
Romney told convention goers in Houston, Texas that he hopes to represent Americans of "every race, creed and sexual orientation." You know, as long as those of certain sexual orientations don't mind being demonized and relegated to second-class citizenship by the Romney campaign. "As president, I will promote strong families and defend traditional marriage,” added, completely contradicting his previous statement:
Later during his speech, Romney's promise to repeal health care reform summoned a chorus of boos from the audience. Sure, it's not strictly related to LGBT policies, but it's still fun to watch such a d-bag get booed: