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Former Pres. Clinton To Break Manchester Hyatt Boycott?

Jim Burroway

February 11th, 2009

Former President Bill Clinton makes a lot of speeches and gets paid a lot of money to speak. This Sunday, he’s scheduled to speak before the International Franchise Association in San Diego, which just happens to be meeting at the Manchester Hyatt.

The Manchester Hyatt has been under a boycott ever since it was learned that Doug Manchester contributed $125,000 to the Yes on 8 campaign to strip thousands of Californians of the right to marry. Manchester owns the Manchester Grand Hyatt as well as the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, which are also being boycotted.

A coalition of advocates and community leaders have signed an open letter asking President Clinton to move his speech so as to not violate the boycott.



February 12th, 2009 | LINK

During the campaign, we pretty much demonized “Billary” as the ultimate homophobe for secretly crafting DOMA in the middle of the night in order to discriminate against gays. Luckily Obama has already taken decisive action to end the hateful policy. In order to be consistent, we need to keep criticizing the evil Clintons and bless Obama since “God is in the mix”. Donnie McClurkin was only paid by the Obama campaign to speak of the power of faith, so it’s not the same thing.

February 13th, 2009 | LINK

Since when have the Clintons cared about anything BUT money. Since their time in office (just like all the others) they have become fabulously wealthy. Winning the White House is the next best thing to winning the Lottery.

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