NewsMon Mar 5, 2007 - 12:15 pm EST
Hillary Clinton Addresses Gay Activists - Identified as Leader of Gay Activist Leaders
By John-Henry Westen
WASHINGTON, March 5, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Presidential candidate Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., delivered the keynote address at a luncheon of more than 400 board members, staff and supporters of the largest homosexual activist group in the United States on Friday. During the revealing intro and speech, Clinton is revealed as more of a homosexual activist than the activist leaders themselves, moreover she is shown to be the prime mover behind fighting attempts to preserve the traditional definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) meeting, from which media are usually barred, publicly released a video of the Clinton introduction and speech.
Joe Solmonese, HRC President made very revealing remarks in his introduction. He noted that Clinton directed him and HRC to get better prepared in a way that suggested it was she, rather than HRC, who was directing efforts to fight the Federal Marriage Amendment.
Clinton herself admitted her "agenda" was synonymous with the homosexual agenda. "I am so delighted to be here and to be part of this spring-board meeting," she began. Speaking of Solmonese, she said, "I am proud to call Joe a colleague and a friend."
Speaking of HRC with great admiration, she said, "I love the fact that its my initials, have you ever noticed that?"
Clinton admits conspiring with homosexual activists against the effort to protect the traditional definition of marriage - the Federal Marriage Amendment (FMA). "I was proud to meet with Joe and others, . . . to strategize together," against the FMA, she said. "We stopped the federal marriage amendment."
She spoke of the "agenda we are pursuing", and added, "I am proud to stand by your side."
During her concluding remarks she said, "Just as you always have an open door to my Senate office you will have an open door to the White House. And together we will continue our struggle."
See the full intro and speech here:
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