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Barack Obama

U.S. Senate

Bob Casey

Attorney General

Kathleen Kane

Auditor General

Eugene DePasquale


Rob McCord

U.S. Congress

1st Bob Brady

2nd Chaka Fattah

6th Manan Trivedi

7th George Badey

8th Kathryn Boockvar

13th Allyson Schwartz

Pa. Senate

1st Larry Farnese

17th Daylin Leach

Pa. House

104th Chris Dietz

105th Kelly McEntee

111th Jeff Dahlander

170th Brendan Boyle

172nd Kevin Boyle

175th Mike O'Brien

177th William Dunbar

182nd Brian Sims

188th James Roebuck

Del. Senate

6th Andrew Staton

Del. House

20th Marie Mayor
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November 01, 2012
I would recommend as an alternative to Obama the Green Party candidate Jill Stein. This is an email that was sent from her campaign on coming out day:

"Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala also called for passage of federal legislation that outlaws discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in employment, housing, and public accommodations. While Republicans have mostly opposed such a law, Democrats have dragged their feet on ENDA (the Employment Non-Discrimination Act), failing to move the bill forward and enact it when they controlled Congress and the White House.

"While Democrats and some gay rights groups have hesitated on the inclusion of gender identity in such laws, we in the Green Party fully are committed to protecting transgender people. We also support inclusion of marital status under the protection. Discrimination on the basis of marital status, in employee benefits, wills, visitation rights, immigration, and other bases has affected same-sex couples, different-sex couples in common-law relationships, and single individuals of all sexual orientations," said Dr. Stein."

Not to mention that Obamacare is actually Romneycare, and that single payer is the only way all flavors of the rainbow will have their health needs met.