Comment of the Day: Nah, That HISD Board Member's Flyer Wasn't Anti-Gay
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We wrote about HISD board member Manuel Rodriguez Jr., who sent out a political flyer noting that his opponent was endorsed by the GLBT Caucus, was 54 years old with no children and had a "male partner."
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We called it anti-gay; one reader asked if the statements were false and said, "The flyer I received made no mention of hating gays."
To which another reader had a reply.
This is a great point.
Maybe Rodriguez just doesn't want his job anymore, and was highlighting his opponent's homosexuality in order to raise support for his opponent!
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