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April 29, 2009 by Bryan 

Matthew ShepardToday during debate in the U.S. House on the hate crimes bill, I watched as Rep. Virgina Foxx (R - North Carolina) say the following about Matthew Shepard whom she calls a "hoax". 200mg Diflucan And Nystatin, I'd sure love to say that to the face of Judy, Matthew's mother.

If you didn't vote for this bill -- against this bill and against this rule for anything else, you could vote against it because we are spending additional money.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: The cost of this bill is ridiculously low, Diflucan And Nystatin. Rep, 30mg Diflucan And Nystatin. Foxx should have done her homework. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that implementing H.R. 1913 would cost about $10 million over the 2010-2014 period]

I also would like to point out that there was a bill -- the hate crimes bill that's called the Matthew Shepard bill is named after a very unfortunate incident that happened where a young man was killed, Diflucan And Nystatin japan, but we know that that young man was killed in the commitment of a robbery. Diflucan And Nystatin, it wasn't because he was gay. This -- the bill was named for him, hate crimes bill was named for him, but it's really a hoax that that continues to be used as an excuse for passing these bills.

Ignorance is bliss I guess. Now let's face the reality of what we in the real world call facts.

During the trial, Diflucan And Nystatin mexico, Chastity Pasley and Kristen Price (the pair's then-girlfriends) testified under oath that Henderson and McKinney both plotted beforehand to rob a gay man. McKinney and Henderson then went to the Fireside Lounge and selected Shepard as their target. McKinney alleged that Shepard asked them for a ride home. After befriending him, they took him to a remote area of Laramie where they robbed him, beat him severely (media reports often contained the graphic account of the pistol whipping and his smashed skull), and tied him to a fence with a rope from McKinney's truck, Diflucan And Nystatin. 750mg Diflucan And Nystatin, Shepard begged for his life. Both girlfriends also testified that neither McKinney nor Henderson was under the influence of drugs at the time. The beating was so severe that the only areas on Shepard's face that were not covered in blood were those where his tears had washed the blood stains away.

The hate crimes bill will shortly be voted on in the U.S. House and is expected to pass.

One thing we're sure isn't a hoax is that only one in five Americans now consider themselves Republicans.

Here's the video of the sweet little swine.

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15 Responses to “Diflucan And Nystatin”

  1. Adam on April 29th, 2009 10:56 am

    Just another example illustrating the reasons why the GOP continues to lose party members and voters.

  2. Vince on April 29th, 2009 11:21 am

    I am so disgusted with this! I wrote to her:
    I am disgusted seeing you arguing against he Matthew Sheppard Act that he was not murdered for being gay. You are arguing against the findings of the court and the confessions of the murderers themselves. It is unbelievable how you are twisting the truth into lies in order to support your bigoted hatred. God will judge the lies you have been trying to spread today in the Congress and just to let you know: you will be responsible for suffering and possible deaths to come for the lies you spread!

  3. William K. Wolfrum Chronicles » Blog Archive » Don’t allow Conservatives to lie about Matthew Shepherd’s death on April 29th, 2009 11:23 am

    [...] Gay Rights Watch [...]

  4. RJ on April 29th, 2009 11:51 am

    I am completely mortified, while simultaneously relieved to see how silver her hair is. Soon enough, the generation of current politicians and hate-mongers will enter into dead-end retirement homes, leaving us open for greater progress.

  5. NC Congresswoman: Matthew Shepard’s Murder a Hoax | Asterisk on April 29th, 2009 12:06 pm

    [...] Shepard Act, also known as HR 1913 Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, Gay Rights Watch is supplying a fantastic blow-by-blow of the debate. I’m learning a lot about House members [...]

  6. North Carolina Republican Calls Matthew Shepard “Hoax” « QClick on April 29th, 2009 2:37 pm

    [...] robbery, she claimed, and certainly not a hate crime.  And so no need for hate crimes legislation. Gay Rights Watch also reports she said “you could vote against it because we are spending additional [...]

  7. Scott Gray on April 29th, 2009 3:29 pm

    This is just insensitive and ignorant. How dare Foxx asume to know anything about the pain, torment, and torture of this young man, as well as his family and friends. Foxx minimizes this by calling it a hoax? Didn’t she Foxx hear what the girlfriends of these two murderous animals had to say? Foxx, you are a pathetic representative. The only good thing I can say about you is that you are not representing me or anyone in Florida.

  8. Lyn on April 30th, 2009 6:57 am

    I pity those who are not able to read Foxx’s comment and understand it. The hoax is the hate crime law. It is ridiculous to provide special treatment to a minority – no matter how obnoxiously loud that minority is.

    The world is not against gay people. Some of you need therapy to get over your paranoia. No matter what state gays live in in the USA that state has laws against assault, battery, murder, etc. Anyway get over yourselves you’re not that special and you certainly don’t deserve special protection under the law. No one does.

  9. Reaction to Matthew Shepard “Hoax” Comment « QClick on April 30th, 2009 9:37 am

    [...] Gay Rights Watch debunks Foxx’s claim that the hate crimes act wasteful government spending, saying the bill [...]

  10. Baloo on April 30th, 2009 10:34 am

    @ Lyn, Ok in all seriousness it wasn’t too terribly long ago that all of these same exact issues were brought up against African Americans they waned equal rights as PEOPLE not rights to be back, rights to live their life the way they wanted and be protected by the same laws that were set to protect all citizens. All of the arguments brought up by people opposing this are the same arguments brought up years ago ALL BASED ON HATE. As for having laws that protect us as US citizens you’re lucky those are in place even as a straight person, go live in a third world country for a few weeks where there are no laws protecting you and try to live a normal life!!!!!!!!!

  11. fRANK dIdONATO on April 30th, 2009 11:27 am

    everything must be done to ensure that Virginia Foxx never holds a public office again. Her comments were an insult to all Americans not just our gay community

  12. C. Hall on May 1st, 2009 4:31 am

    This is your typical southern reich-wing repugnican “lady”! I have family members who are just like this bitch. Needless to say, I don’t associate with them anymore…they are hopeless. You can’t change their minds and hearts (because they don’t have either). She is too ignorant to know what a hate crime is and too hateful to care. Plus, she(it) had the audacity to spew this vitriol in front of Matthew Shepard’s mother, Judy!!

  13. jw on May 3rd, 2009 7:45 pm

    It takes a man and a woman to make child. It does not take two men or two women. I have friends who my own sex; but I don’t have sex with them. It is very clear in the book of Romans that same sex marriage is wrong. I don’t hate anyone. I know that there are people that do hate gays. If I want to protest gay marriage In my church or in the street; I have that right.

  14. lovulovu on May 5th, 2009 1:15 pm

    Maybe someone should explain to her what a hoax actually is… http://tinyurl.com/dmyyyy

  15. Ray on October 16th, 2009 5:20 pm

    Here is my tribute (in verse) to Matt, along with a reference to Rep. Foxx:

    Matthew Shepard was a student at the University of Wyoming.
    His parents described him as “optimistic and accepting.”
    He could relate to anyone and had a passion for equality.
    Too bad that his killers didn’t agree.

    It was a Tuesday night,
    Matt went out to a bar.
    Two men offered him
    A ride home in their car.

    But instead of going home
    The took him out of town.
    They beat him severely
    And tied him down.

    They took him to a remote place
    And pistol whipped his bloody face.
    They beat him so hard with that pistol
    That it finally smashed his skull.

    Matt was left with no defense
    As they tied him to a fence.
    The robbed him, and left him there to die,
    Then went home to work out an alibi.

    After 18 hours, Matt was discovered,
    Ragged and with his own blood covered.
    He was in a coma but still alive,
    When help did finally arrive.

    He was taken to the hospital in intensive care.
    His family and friends gathered there.
    With brainstem damage, cranial fractures, and severe facial laceration,
    Doctors said he was too severely hurt for an operation.

    He died five days later
    When his vital functions ceased.
    On Monday 10/12/98 at 12:53 am,
    Matt was pronounced deceased.

    Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson
    Were caught and accused
    Of killing Matt Shepard
    For $20 and a pair of shoes.

    Yes, they had robbed him
    Was their confession.
    Matt’s wallet, shoes, and the bloody gun
    Were in their possession.

    At trial, the killers invoked the gay panic defense.
    Claiming temporary insanity due to Matt’s alleged advance.
    The boys tried to get their girlfriends to lie
    But finally the two girls did testify.

    The girls said the boys went out with a plan.
    They specifically wanted to rob a gay man.
    They went to the Fireside Lounge to find one,
    And the rest, it seems, was just for fun.

    McKinney’s girlfriend Kristen said during an an interview session
    That the boys beat Matt to ” teach him a lesson.”
    She and their friend Tom said McKinney was bi.
    Could his self-loathing be why Matt had to die?

    The following year, Henderson pleaded guilty
    And testified against McKinney to avoid the death penalty.
    McKinney also pleaded guilty and copped a plea.
    They were given two life sentences in the State Penitentiary.

    At Mathew’s funeral and during his murderers’ trial
    An anti-gay church held protests to express their revile.
    Carrying signs to express what their “faith” did compel,
    That “God Hates Fags” and Matt Shepard rots in Hell.”

    At the time, state hate crime law didn’t to gays pertain
    And attempts to change the law afterwards were in vain.
    Federal statutes also had no such guarantee,
    A lack President Clinton tried to remedy.

    Attempts in ‘99 and 2000 ended in defeat,
    As hate crimes to other things took a back seat.
    Then legislation was introduced again in ‘07
    With 171 co-sponsors (some bipartisan).

    The Act passed both houses and seemed to be set
    But then Bush killed it with a veto threat.
    Dems tried again without success the next year,
    But things didn’t really get going until Obama got here.

    The Matthew Shepard Act was re-introduced
    (It’s chances much better with the number of Republicans reduced).
    Still, the Grand Old Party sought to oppose and delay
    Any law that offered protection for being gay.

    In April 2009 during the contentious debate
    Representative Virginia Foxx (R-NC) said Matt’s murder had nothing to do with hate.
    Calling Matt’s murder a hate crime was a “hoax,” she said
    While Matthew’s mom Judy listened from the gallery overhead.

    The bill survived multiple attacks and passed the House.
    And is in the Senate moving towards passage.
    Obama will sign it, making it law,
    And sending a powerful message.

    Mathew Shepherd died 11 years ago today.
    He died because he was born gay.
    The hatred that killed him still exists today.
    Let’s hope it in our lifetime goes away.
    Until then,
    When homophia is crime’s source,
    The Matthew Shepard Act we’ll enforce.

    He died of bigotry,
    A victim of cruelty.
    This is his legacy.
    This is his victory.

    (Read more about gay rights, hate crimes, marriage equality, and other issues at http://www.newsericks.com/tag/gay-rights.)

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