A burning question: Should we demonstrate against anti-gay politicians?

When a politician tries to yank away my rights as a gay person, I get rather peeved. And as someone good with databases I post bigoted politicians home and business info, phone numbers, email addresses, etc.

I want them to PAY for their idiotic attempts to repeal our rights.

In the latest case is is one Senator Frank Ciccone of Providence. He slipped in a resolution to negate Governor Chafee’s executive order regarding recognizing LGBT marriages performed out of the state of RI.

The reason I post their info is I want them to think really hard before they say such stupid shit. And if demonstrating in front of their homes scares them, too fucking bad.

So it is with this I ask, is it appropriate and part of our first amendment rights to march and demonstrate in front of bigots homes and businesses? My answer on the subject is in the affirmative.

4 thoughts on “A burning question: Should we demonstrate against anti-gay politicians?

    1. Yes indeed. I am a warrior and a leader. I do not tolerate discrimination wherever it may exist. I also do not tolerate corruption. I find both discrimination and corruption highly abhorrent. And having worked in law enforcement I have no tolerance for bad policing.

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