An anti-LGBT pastor known for his advocacy against LGBT equality and...
Updated: August 14, 2014 at 3:39 pm
Readers respond to McCrory’s continued silence on LGBT equality, the subject of the Aug. 1 editorial, “McCrory can’t ignore LGBT equality” (goqnotes.com/30543/):
McCrory had an opportunity, but has chosen the Jessi Helms line against the rights of minority cultures of who are citizens of the State of North Carolina. He was a sorry Mayor and now is a sorry Governor; his epitaph will go down in history as a forgotten person in the annals of time. Or just a footnote about discrimination in the south.Its a pity.
— Janice Covington, Facebook, Aug. 1
He is the lion that never roared.
— Robert John Kellogg, Facebook, Aug. 1
“… McCrory’s name will be synonymous with those who attempted to take away the rights of others.” Great line. So true. McCrory simply is a very wrecthed pol. Let’s hope he is a one term governor.
— Jim Thompson, Facebook, Aug. 1
Conversation continues on the similarities and differences between Charlotte Pride and Charlotte Black Gay Pride (goqnotes.com/30280/):
I have been to both Prides here in the Queen City and I have volunteer for both Prides in the past and felt very pleased with the two different Prides here in Charlotte.
— Luis A Ramos Jr., goqnotes.com, July 27
A reader’s simple takeaway from Attorney General Roy Cooper’s decision to no longer defend Amendment One (goqnotes.com/30519/):
“It’s time to stop making arguments we will lose”….Translation; “North Carolina never had a good reason to pass this marriage ban in the first place. We should never have listened to the lies we were told”
— Wayne, goqnotes.com, July 28
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