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Miami Mayoral Candidate Not Down With Gays

Something tell us Miami mayoral candidate Bill Smatt won’t be getting the gay vote.

The Jamaican-native, who apparently fancies himself a “moral crusader,” raised eyebrows when he raised this campaign sign in front of his sign. In case you can’t tell, the banner reads, “God created Adam and Eve, Not Adam and Steve”. From whence, then, did Steve come?

Smatt’s made is his mission to root out “communist: Miami’s strong gay community:

I promise you, when I become mayor, we’re going to clean up all this funny business going on down there… I am bringing back Miami Beach for the families.

Hearing about opposition, Smatt claims he’s just saying what others think. Unfortunately for Smatt, he may have to say it a little softer – or smaller. Assistant city manager Hilda Fernandez says,

We have a code of laws in the city of Miami Beach. They regulate what we can and cannot do in single-family residential neighborhoods. He is permitted to have a sign of a certain size. He’s not allowed to have a banner.

Hopefully someone will shoot Smatt’s sign down…

By:           Andrew Belonksy
On:           Jul 3, 2007
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    • Peter Eater
      Peter Eater

      What a dolt! Doesn’t he know the gays have already left Miami and moved to Fort Lauderdale?

      Jul 4, 2007 at 8:23 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • underbear1

      Queers MADE South Beach a tourist destination.
      We can work our MAGIC elsewhere any time we choose, and FL when we leave…YOU LOSE!

      Keep your faggalla Governor Christ, he might be the last queer willing to do a damn thing for your hateful state.

      Jul 4, 2007 at 4:11 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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