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"I don't mind the homosexuality

[in All in the Family], I understand it.... Nevertheless, goddamn god·damn also God·damn  
Used to express extreme displeasure, anger, or surprise.


tr. & intr.v. god·damned, god·damn·ing, god·damns
To damn.

, I don't think you glorify it on public television, homosexuality, even more than you glorify whores.... You know what happened to the Greeks! Homosexuality destroyed them.... I can't shake hands with anybody from San Francisco San Francisco (săn frănsĭs`kō), city (1990 pop. 723,959), coextensive with San Francisco co., W Calif., on the tip of a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, which are connected by the strait known as the Golden ."

--President Richard Nixon, launching into a tirade after discussing a gay-themed episode of TV's All in the Family, on recently released White House tape transcripts, as quoted by Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune

Daily newspaper published in Chicago. The Tribune is one of the leading U.S. newspapers and long has been the dominant voice of the Midwest. Founded in 1847, it was bought in 1855 by six partners, including Joseph Medill (1823–99), who made the paper
 columnist James Warren James Warren may refer to any of the following people:
  • James Warren (1726-1808) - President of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts and a general during the American Revolution.
  • James Warren - British engineer who patented the Warren-type truss bridge in 1848.
 November 7

"Without Mr. Ammiano in there, I am the mayor of San Francisco as of the day [of the election], and the citizens would have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars."

--San Francisco mayor Willie Brown, expressing dissatisfaction with the democratic process after being forced into a runoff election for mayor with second. place finisher Tom Ammiano, who ran a last minute write-in campaign, as reported by the Associated Press November 5

"Thirteen months ago I was one of those who had the opinion that all crimes were hate crimes. My whole attitude has changed."

--Laramie, Wyo., police commander Dave O'Malley, speaking at a press conference November 8 in support of a federal hate-crimes bill killed by the Republican congressional majority

"I just want you to know, Rich, that I am unashamed un·a·shamed  
Feeling or showing no remorse, shame, or embarrassment:

, unembarrassed, and proud to work with you."

--John McCain, Republican presidential hopeful and U.S. senator from Arizona, speaking to gay Log Cabin Republicans The Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) is a federated gay and lesbian political organization in the United States with state chapters and a national office in Washington, D.C. The group consists of gays and lesbians who are supporters of the Republican Party.  executive director Rich Tafel, as quoted in the November 9 edition of The Washington Post
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Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Dec 21, 1999
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