|Yes, America, this is apparently the face of evil.|
Because she's gay? Really? Since when is that a crime? This isn't the 1950s, where people didn't even know that "gay" meant anything other than happy. It's not the 1960s or 70s when the sexual revolution had tight asses in a twist. It's not the Reagan 80s, when AIDS threw that revolution into a skid. The 90s, 00s and now the 10s have seen gays gain more and more acceptance with those under retirement age. And when the Tea Party formed (you know, totally not be cause a black guy took the White House), there was a lot of talk about how social issues were dead. No more gay baiting. No more wedge issues. Hah!
So, 43 years after Stonewall, we still find huge groups of politically respected groups and (cough!) Presidential candidates who think it is acceptable to verbally gay bash. To try to get a woman fired for the non-crime of being gay. Unbelievable.