J., from 1995 to 2007 and former state director of Americans for Prosperity. Barbara Buono said, "It is despicable that in 2013 he would claim that being gay means you cannot fit his outdated, 1950s-era definition of manliness" and encouraged Christie to denounce the comments and rescind his endorsement. J., said Buono is "looking to get attention for anything" and brushed off calls to not endorse Lonegan."I certainly don't agree with every utterance out of his mouth," Christie said but also said he agrees with Lonegan on a core group of ideas.Lonegan's comments prompted a pointed response from the leader of the gay-rights group Garden State Equality."What does it say to our youth when a candidate for the United States Senate goes on national television and makes blatantly homophobic comments?
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— Cory Booker says he's straight but doesn't mind questions about his sexuality because it challenges people's prejudices about gay people — a stance the scotch-drinking, cigar-smoking Steve Lonegan deems "kind of weird."TRENTON, N. — Cory Booker says he's straight but doesn't mind questions about his sexuality because it challenges people's prejudices about gay people — a stance the scotch-drinking, cigar-smoking Steve Lonegan deems "kind of weird."Speculation about Booker's sexuality — specifically, that the Newark, N.
If the lights don’t come on by nightfall, he says, he’ll send police protection. He wants the residents to call a number if they need help. Then he’s off again—worried about Rosalie Powell, a bedridden 70-year-old woman he’s been friends with since he knocked on her door in 1997, during his first political campaign for city council.