Results tagged “Rick Santorum” from Last Word

Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum was twice this week the target of "glitter bombing" -- once in South Carolina and once in Florida. Individuals were caught on camera shouting out at Santorum (whose anti-gay views are well documented) that he should stop the hate and that he is a bigot. The protesters also indicated that they self-identified as members of ... [Read]

Good, bad or whatever ... the famous have lots to say about LGBT issues George Clooney: I think the world is changing and [same-sex marriage is] becoming less and less of an issue and I think it shouldn't be long now. I think younger people are looking at this like, 'Who cares?' Kristy McNichol: I'm overwhelmed with the love and ... [Read]

Good, bad or whatever ... the famous are spouting off about LGBT issues Tom Arnold: These debates R a disgrace. Will people vote 4 guys whose sole platform seems to be"hate Obama and gay people and all will be well" ... My gay brother is a conservative Rep but I believe he deserves equal rights. Joy Behar: Why is a ... [Read]

Gay marriage and contraception foe Rick Santorum was booed again Friday for proclaiming that gay relationships are not worthy of marriage rights. He quoted the Declaration of Independence's use of "Nature's God" to justify his argument that marriage benefits are a privilege which only heterosexual couples deserve: ''Marriage is a privilege. It is not a right. It is privilege given ... [Read]

First, Kristy McNichol, a well-known TV star from the 1970s & 1980s, finally told the world, at 49, she is gay. Her publicist is quoted by People magazine as saying: ''She hopes that coming out can help kids who need support. She would like to help others who feel different.'' Good, bad or whatever ... the famous have a lot ... [Read]

Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum was in New Hampshire Thursday trying to impress voters at an event called the New England College Convention. He was reportedly asked by one man about his opposition to same sex marriages.  Santorum attempted to make an argument about boundaries on the definition of marriage by likening the inclusion of same-sex couples to polygamous relationships. ... [Read]