August 31, 2016
Secretary of Defense? One of these guys should do the trick.
We must cherish the small amount of equality that we have now. But we can’t rest on our laurels. There’s much work still to be done.
There are still a few places here and there that aren’t totally saturated with homos, trannies and foreigners.
Not for long.
(((Mark Segal))) will make sure of that, goy!
Homo. Jewish. Journalist. LGBT rights advocate. Only question: Bog or oven?
It’s the last week in August, and while most of you are out enjoying your last taste of summer, others are beginning to look at what will happen in the presidential sweepstakes after Labor Day when the full campaign take shape and all eyes focus on those three debates. But there’s something missing from this year’s election that the LGBT community doesn’t seem to be participating in: that famous game that takes place in Washington, D.C., every four years played by all those who are politically connected. Believe it or not, people are already beginning to speculate on who will be in the new presidential cabinet. And it’s not just a game.If you think it’s way too early and that no one is seriously considering the makeup of the next presidential cabinet, guess again. Last week, the transition teams for both the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigns met at the White House to begin that process. By law, transition teams for both candidates have taken up office space in D.C. So what does this have to do with the LGBT community?
Let’s answer that with a challenge. Mr. Trump, Secretary Clinton, will you each commit to choosing at least one out LGBT person for your cabinet? It’s a simple question, yet you may ask why it is important.
Let’s be entirely clear here: this Jew is demanding that the highest offices in the land be filled by unqualified people who are selected by virtue of the fact that they’re sexual degenerates.
Wait… this is seriously retarded.
And these people wonder why they’ve been kicked out of 109 countries.
In recent years, out LGBT people have filled almost all political positions in the nation — with that one exception of a cabinet appointment. There have been LGBT cabinet members, but none who are out. Cabinet members make decisions, are in the public eye and are role models for our youth — allowing them to dream that being LGBT will not hinder their futures. For those who wonder how we as a community have reached the level of equality we have — from a movement that Henry Gerber began in this country in 1925 — it’s one word: visibility. And aside from president or vice president, a cabinet member is the most visible position in our country’s federal government. Take a look around we are already — at the top of corporations, in nonprofits, in education and social reform — but there needs to be more, and that’s called learning the system. The question is, is our community doing that?
So once again let me ask that question to Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump: Will you appoint an LGBT person to your cabinet?
I have a humble suggestion for future President Trump.
Appoint this Segal Kike to a new cabinet position.
Secretary of bogs.
The base principle of a healthy society is meritocracy. This is the ideal that the people with the best character and abilities will be given the greatest responsibilities and highest positions.
Jews and homos are always advocating the exact opposite of that, of course, in the interest of “equality.” Because, of course, meritocracy would mean that they would be kept out of the halls of power and prestige completely, and instead would be relegated to cleaning toilets – work camp toilets. If they’re lucky.
This is another workable approach.
Mark Segal is on Twitter.