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New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino spoke on gay rights to a group of orthodox Jewish leaders in Brooklyn today, promising to veto marriage equality legislation and touting the fact that he didn't march in this year's gay pride parade. In his remarks, Paldadino said :. We must stop pandering to the pornographers and the perverts, who seek to target our children and destroy their lives.
New York CNN -- A day after saying homosexuality is not "an equally valid or successful option," New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino denied being anti-gay Monday but said it was "disgusting" that his opponent took his children to a gay pride parade. I saw the men in their little Speedos, gyrating on each other. I think that's disgusting.
Buffalo bomb-thrower Carl Paladino branded gay pride parades "disgusting" on Monday - and took a shot at rival Andrew Cuomo for bringing his daughters to one. The Tea Party blowhard insisted he has nothing against homosexuals, he just doesn't want himself or children exposed to their culture. He said he was appalled by having seen Toronto gay pride parade marchers wearing "little Speedos and they grind against each other.
The Republican candidate for governor, Carl P. Cuomofor marching in a gay pride parade earlier this year. Addressing Orthodox Jewish leaders, Mr.
Frank James. New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino is once again at the center of controversy, this time for remarks he made over the weekend that homosexuality isn't an "equally successful or valid option" to heterosexuality. Paladino, who has gotten support from the Tea Party movement, spoke at a campaign appearance in the Williamsburg section of the borough of Brooklyn to a gathering of religiously and socially conservative Hasidic Jews.
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Flame-throwing Republican Carl Paladino erupted again, declaring Sunday that being gay is "not the example that we should be showing our children. In a version of the speech distributed by a rabbi, the rant went further, charging there is "nothing to be proud of in being a dysfunctional homosexual. Paladino, who's running for governor, winced as he got to this section of the text, and he never spoke the line.
One day after deriding gays in a campaign speech, Carl Paladino said in an appearance on the "Today Show" Monday that he has "absolutely no problem" with homosexuality and that discrimination against gays is "horrible. The Republican candidate for governor also said he doesn't regret comments he made on Sunday in which he expressed a concern about children being "brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid and successful option. See video of the speech. Fellow Republican politicians have also condemned Paladino's remarks about gays.