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Mark Clayton on Civil Rights

 


AGAINST national ID cards

Mark Clayton is:
Source: 2012 Senate campaign website claytonforsenate.com, "Issues" , Aug 1, 2012

Lobbied Congress to protect Boy Scouts from homosexuals

Q: What in your background would you most like voters to consider when making their choice in this election?

A: I lobbied on Capitol Hill in defense of the Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts openly stated that they would stay out of politics, so I dedicated myself to lobbying Capitol Hill to protect the Boy Scouts from predatory, radical homosexual lobbying groups.

Source: Interview questionnaire in the Greeneville Sun , Jul 18, 2008

No same-sex marriage; homosexuals already have equal rights

Q: What is your view regarding same-sex marriage?

A: I support marriage and family and am against the many laws and judicial rulings which have been intentionally enacted both to harass and destroy the family. The Clayton campaign opposes and refuses recognition to any efforts or so-called laws of which the intent is to reduce the holy marriage of husband & wife to a mere social "union" status or make such holy marriage seem equivalent to unmitigated debauchery. As additional protection, I support a constitutional amendment protecting marriage.

Q: What is your view on proposals to make sexual orientation a protected status?

A: The radical homosexuals do not want equal rights - they already have equal rights. The radical homosexual lobby is demanding special rights & thought-control, and it is a fact that many homosexuals use their so-called social advances as a license not for civil rights, but for same-sex harassment and acts of deviant sexuality in public places, including the workplace.

Source: Interview questionnaire in the Greeneville Sun , Jul 18, 2008

Other candidates on Civil Rights: Mark Clayton on other issues:
TN Gubernatorial:
Bill Haslam
TN Senatorial:
Bob Corker
Lamar Alexander
Zach Poskevich

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