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Thursday, October 11, 2012

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today's action Come Out in Support of LGBT Equality
It's National Coming Out Day! October 11th marks National Coming Out Day and the anniversary of the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, a true turning point in the fight for LGBT equality.

As the election approaches, we face another critical moment in the fight for gay rights, which is why out actor Jonathan Del Arco, (who plays Dr. Morales on "The Closer" and "Major Crimes") is refusing to sit out this election.

As Del Arco says, "I'm gay, Latino and an immigrant so this President has displayed his love for me many times over, I though it was my turn to give it back."

With November right around the corner, there's no better time to stand up for equal rights. For today's Daily Action, celebrate National Coming Out Day by sending a message that you want your elected officials to come out in support of LGBT equality.
          I AM TAKING ACTION


Here is to coming out in Support of Equal Rights For All Human Beings To Live Their Own Lives.


When Did Protecting The Environment Become A Partisan Issue?

When Did Protecting The Environment Become A Partisan Issue?



Within the past month, two men who had an impact on the American environment died. They were both in their ninth decades. Their lives and work are important examples of the direction we should be pursuing today.
Russell E. Train was 92; Barry Commoner was 95. They came from disparate places on the political spectrum and very different backgrounds. Yet they both grasped the vital consequences of protecting the earth’s resources and the fact that people need to work together to achieve these goals.
When did protecting the environment become so polarizing? Ironically, it was Richard Nixon who was prescient about the importance of environmental concerns. He worked in tandem with Train—who in a New York Times obituary was referenced as being“considered the father of modern federal environmental policy.

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As sure as the EPA was signed into Law by the Nixon Administration, after the Cuyahoga River Caught On Fire, yet again. IF the Current Republican Party Continues To Attack the Environment/ THE WORLD WE LIVE IN, Which They Are Doing Subtly By Supporting Big Businesses--Such As Coal, Gas and Oil Companies and Threatening to De-Fund THE EPA--THIS IS EVEN MORE REASON FOR THIS INDEPENDENT TO VOTE DEMOCRAT--The Republican Party May Talk Pro-Life, but they act as if the Responsibility of raising that Child Ends At Birth.--THIS IS WHY THEY GET CALLED THE ANTI-CHOICE PARTY.

WE MUST VOTE TO SAVE OURSELVES AND FUTURE GENERATIONS BY VOTING DEMOCRAT.

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