New York billionaire windbag Donald Trump, having the time of his life after the media deemed him a Republican Presidential hopeful, is talking out of both sides of his ass, saying he opposes equality for gays—but thinks they're a mighty fine lot.
Last week on Fox News: "I live in New York, a place with lots of gays, and I think it's great. But I'm Republican, a very conservative Republican. I'm not in favor of gay marriage, no."
On Fox's The O'Reilly Factor: “I just don’t feel good about (same-sex marriage), I don’t feel right about it.” And yet, on Christian Broadcasting Network: "There can be no discrimination against gays."
There's more. The Des Moines Register asked if gays should have access to the same benefits as married couples. Trump said, "My attitude on the issue is not yet fully formed. As of this moment, I would say no, and no to gay marriage and civil benefits."
Talk about flip-flopping. In 2000, he told The Advocate that he supports amending the Civil Rights Act to include sexual orientation and legislating against hate crimes, while believing that gays should legally serve in the military!
Of course, Trump is an expert on the great spiritual connection that wedded bliss brings—since he's on his third marriage. This is also the same guy who recently flipped to a pro-life stance after publicly supporting abortion rights most of this life.
Obviously, what he truly believes is less important than appealing to right-wing Tea Party nut jobs. Mr. Trump, you're fired!