Official gay community position john mccain for president

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John McCain died this weekend after a battle with brain cancer. In , he granted an exclusive interview to the Blade. Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key. This story was published Friday, Oct. Republican presidential nominee Sen.
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McCain Questions Pentagon on Repeal of Gay Ban

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John McCain leaves complicated legacy on LGBT rights

As the general election kicks off, Senator John McCain will tout his reputation as a maverick, an independent, a moderate who will work with both parties to get things done. However, on issues important to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans, that's just not true. That's why, today, the Human Rights Campaign PAC , which is our federal political action committee, released a comprehensive report to document McCain's record. With a record similar to that of President Bush, Sen. John McCain opposes equal benefits for same-sex couples; opposes the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to prohibit discrimination against GLBT Americans in the workplace; opposes expanding the hate crimes act to include sexual orientation and gender identity, and supports the military's discriminatory "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. What we have seen over the last seven years has been President Bush -- despite his promise to be a "uniter, not a divider" -- repeatedly siding with ultra-conservatives and the religious right at the expense of protections for GLBT Americans.
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John McCain on Voting Record

Citing the results of a recent Pentagon survey of , active-duty and reserve service members, Mr. McCain said that 58 percent of Marines in combat units and 48 percent of Army combat troops thought repealing the law would have either a negative or a very negative impact on the ability of their units to work together. These views should not be considered lightly, especially considering how much combat our forces face.
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John McCain, who died Saturday at 81, leaves a legacy of patriotism, service to country — and being a thorn in the side of President Trump — but his legacy on LGBT issues is more complicated. Throughout his decades in Congress, the Arizona Republican took widely different stances on LGBT issues — at times mocking them as unimportant, at other times embracing equal rights for the LGBT community. McCain would often oppose LGBT rights to align with his party and for the sake of political expediency, although the general direction of the positions he took as time went on demonstrated increasing acceptance of LGBT people. Three years later in , McCain continued his opposition to LGBT rights when he was one of 84 senators to vote in support of the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal prohibition on the recognition of same-sex marriage. At around this time, former Rep.
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