Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Hillary Clinton: States The Obvious, Says Some Platitudes - Gay Morons Thrilled

America's Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has made a landmark speech about global gay and lesbian equality, Pink News Paper can report.
The comments came at the United Nations summit in Geneva, which is in Switzerland.
Speaking to an audience of diplomats and that, she declared that the U.S. will fight discrimination against both the gays and the lesbians.
"Gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights," Clinton, 5'7", said, adding; "Rights human gay are, gay human are rights."
The speech has already been declared more important than Lenin's speech at the Finland Station, and Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.
"It should never be a crime to be gay," she continued. "It should never be gay to be a crime."
"Gay people are people who are gay. They are people. Gay people."
Her speech was given to mark Human Rights Day. "There are gay people everywhere all around the world; hairdressers, air stewards, waiters, people like that."
As many in the audience cried like little girls, Ms Clinton concluded; "Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony, side-by-side on my piano keyboard, Oh Lord why don't we? We are the world - we are the children."
Some diplomats visibly frowned, but that is because they are foreign and don't play by our rules.
Leading gay rights campaigner Julian N Sandy commented afterwards; "What on earth has she done to her hair!!?"


  1. You're a funny guy.

  2. This was posted in the comments section on Queerty - and has been reported.
    As what? "Hateful".
    I'm so proud.

  3. ^ Did they erase the comment?
    That's ridiculous.
    Jesus, there are some fucking humourless braindead morons posting on that site, these days.

  4. Can you have a look?
    I can see it plus the computer-generated warning from Queerty, but not sure if only I can see it ...

  5. No, it isn't there - I just see 8 comments.

  6. oh, you are a curmudgeon :] did you watch it? it was a very well-structured argument, and you weren't the audience..