WASHINGTON, May 29, 2003 ( – The homosexual movement is more excited about this year’s line-up for the 2004 Democratic Party presidential nomination than in any previous election cycle, says a report from San Francisco.  “Despite the differences among the nine declared Democratic candidates, each is clearly more supportive of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality than the current occupant of the White House,” says the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, which has applied homosexual litmus tests to candidates since 1988.  “As a group, this is the most pro-gay presidential field ever,” said Matt Foreman, the group’s executive director. “They are far ahead of where Democratic candidates were in 1992,” when Bill Clinton was first nominated.  For local coverage: