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  1. CPT_Doom
    November 21, 2012

    So here’s the $64,000 question. What are we willing to do as a community if this Bill passes? We cannot simply let official Washington deal with the situation. There has to be a citizen response as well. As a DC resident I have walked by the Ugandan embassy often. I think a great way to begin a response is to target companies that do business with the embassy. After all, as you’ve pointed out with this series, the reach of this law is way too broad. How could it affect a.gay delivery person sent to the embassy, which is a part of Uganda legally? Perhaps if we cut off the embassy’s ability to bring in food and office supplies the message would start to get through.

  2. Timothy Kincaid
    November 21, 2012

    Interesting thought CPT_Doom.

    In DC it is impossible not to know a gay person. So literally every person that crosses the gate onto that property would be in violation of Ugandan law on Ugandan property.

    Perhaps they should be warned.

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