Is this necessary?

We don't care about your sexual preference!

Republican state Sen. Roy Ashburn said Monday he is gay, ending days of speculation that began after his arrest last week for investigation of driving under the influence.
Ashburn, who consistently voted against gay rights measures during his 14 years in statewide office, came out in an interview with KERN radio in Bakersfield, the area he represents. Ashburn said he felt compelled to address rumors that he had visited a gay nightclub near the Capitol before his DUI arrest.
“I am gay … those are the words that have been so difficult for me for so long,” Ashburn told conservative talk show host Inga Barks.
We just don’t get it – what on earth does this have to do with being treated “equal” or wanting rights which the LGBT community is not entitled?

So this person gets arrested for drunk driving. Is his sexual preference a defense? Is his sexual preference the reason why he got the DWI crime? Of course not! None of this has anything to do with his sexual preference; however, this is one of the tactics used by the entire:

LGBT community in their movement to push their agenda of the “Equal Protection Clause” of the 14th Amendment so much further than what it is intended to do.

As for us this guy needs some serious professional help; maybe long-term therapy or inpatient status. Furthermore, we abhor the notion that a person would continue on with this load of rubbish. .
“When I crossed the line and broke the law and put people at risk, that’s different, and I do owe people an explanation,” he said. For what? Ashburn was arrested after he was spotted driving erratically near the Capitol, according to the California Highway Patrol. The next day, reports surfaced that he had left Faces, a gay nightclub, with an unidentified man in the passenger seat of his Senate-owned vehicle.
This story – so much like the other LGBT stories being told and or being reported on is a unreasonable bias – as are the “expanded rights” that advocacy groups are protesting for. Equality California, a group that advocates for expanded gay rights and other issues, said it consistently gave Ashburn a 0 rating on its scorecard. However the senator for the great State of California stated those votes reflected the way constituents in his district wanted him to vote.
We understand the humiliation that this 55-year old father of four must be going through; however, think of his behavior in terms of “…oh, it’s because I’m straight…” We don’t feel that anyone’s sexual preference is justified for defense, personal gain, or expanding rights.
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