I’ve strayed away from my all-time favorite band for a while now. And while nothing can ever beat Taking Back Sunday circa 2002 via Tell All Your Friends, this is as close as they’ve been since the beginning.
What does flying the Homosexual Flag, or any other similar display, have to do with your central banking mission under the Federal Reserve Act passed by Congress?
Moreover, the homosexual behavior “celebrated” by your Richmond’s Federal Reserve Bank spokeswoman undermines the American economy, is a class six felony in Virginia (18.2-361, VA Code), shortens lives, adds significantly to illness, increases health costs, promotes venereal diseases, and worsens the population imbalance relating to the number of workers supporting the beneficiaries of America’s Social Security and Medicare Programs.
That didn’t take long. Apparently Delegate Marshall isn’t aware of the 2003 Supreme Court ruling in Lawrence vs Texas. Although he does draw attention to the fact that the state law has not been amended to reflect this ruling. Thanks for that!
Additionally, the Federal Reserve Bank is not part of the United States Government.
Anyway, if you feel so inclined, give the Richmond Fed’s public relations manager Laura Fortunado a call at her office number, (804) 697-8196, letting her know that you support their decision to celebrate diversity and inclusiveness.
But if you let the gays fly their flag when will it stop?!?!?!
At first I didn’t really know how to react to this song. I wanted to love it because I love Beyoncé. But I couldn’t help but reminisce on my Laguna Beach/Vanessa Carlton (circa A Thousand Miles)/Pat Benetar days. This song embodies all of those but I love King B. And I could never judge her for her ~influences.