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Why ABC Tried to Blame the Tea Party for Aurora

David3036 Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 3:38 PM
The problem is the presumption that all important people are straight. So you give kids the false impression that gays haven't done anything important that didsn't include hairstyling or fashion design. They are in all professions but are not usually acknowledged -- particularly with historical figures, because it wasn't acceptable to be gay until relatively recently. And many were kept in the background. While kids learn all about Martin Luther King, they never are taught about the contributions of Bayard Rustin, who organized every major MLK event including the march on Washington where he delivered the "I have a dream" speech. Rustin was kept in the background of the movement because he was gay.

James Holmes is a human earthquake. We are as ill-equipped to predict the eruptions of such human beings as we are to predict the eruptions of the earth.

But that doesn't mean that nothing meaningful came out of the Aurora tragedy.

Something quite important did, though few Americans are aware of it because it has already entered the mainstream media's memory hole.

On ABC's "Good Morning America" on Friday morning, Brian Ross, chief investigative reporter for ABC News, announced to George Stephanopoulos and millions of viewers that there's "a Jim Holmes of Aurora, Colorado page on the...