Support builds regarding MIM situation

A growing portion of people inside U.$. borders understands the MIM situation. In the LGBT community we have the following discussion.

“‘Let’s just say that a little leaked email proves LGBTs are seen as the easy gAyTM to the DNC that can be manipulated, ignored, and pickpocketed as mob rule strips us of civil rights without a finger being lifted to help at the eleventh hour,’ adds the influential gay blogger Pam Spaulding of Pam’s House Blend. “It’s worse — stripping resources at the time of need.”

“She offers a call to arms along the lines of MoveOn’s:

‘I don’t know about you, but at the very least, it’s a peek at the kind the two-timing that goes on in national politics with constituencies they find “troublesome” or a perceived “liability” (save the $$$, of course). The difference is that the peek inside makes you realize how easily you’ve been had …

‘Shut the gAyTM down; only give directly to candidates and organizations you believe are truly working in your best interest. Not a penny to the DNC; it’s the only leverage you have as an average citizen. The big donors in our community have to take a stand on this kind of nonsense, otherwise, they are enabling this kind of treatment of our community. It’s party-building at our expense each and every time.'”

When the MIM website down, it was not just any communist website that went down. I have been all-the-way-in with the struggle for gay/lesbian rights since 1980. It was not the websites calling the LGBT community “decadent” while other lifestyles supposedly are not that went down.

It is not in the interests of the LGBT community to have the world’s second largest communist website and the largest open about its defense of LGBT equality go down. People noticed.

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