Another Life Cut Short: Bob Hattoy, Democratic AIDS Activist, Dies at 56

bob_hattoy.gif Homosexual behavior is extremely unhealthy and frequently leads to the premature death of those who practice it — especially men. Many readers will remember homosexual activist Bob Hattoy’s 1992 Democratic National Convention speech [watch it on YouTube HERE] attacking Ronald Reagan and President George Herbert Walker Bush on AIDS. Now Hattoy is dead at age 56.

In his famous speech (read the full text on this pro-homosexual blog), Hattoy, who had AIDS, could not have been more wrong: the dreaded disease that ultimately killed him does “discriminate” — which is why the majority of AIDS cases in America continue to be linked to male homosexual behavior (and intravenous drug abuse).

The life-threatening health risks from practicing (male) homosexual behavior is the elephant in the room that self-styled “compassionate,” politically correct elites refuse to acknowledge.

It is our hope and prayer that men — young, old, and in between — will turn away from this, yes, immoral lifestyle which is deadly to both body and soul. — Peter LaBarbera reports on Hattoy’s life and tragically early death…


Excerpted from Democratic, AIDS Activist Bob Hattoy Dies, published Mar 5, 2007, by

Bob Hattoy, an advocate for gay and lesbian issues who accused the former President Bush of doing nothing about AIDS during a nationally televised speech at the Democratic National Convention, has died. He was 56.

Hattoy, president of the California Fish and Game Commission, died Sunday of complications from the disease, said Adrianna Shea, a special assistant to the commission.Hattoy arrived on the national scene in 1992, when he spoke at the Democratic National Convention and became the first openly gay person to address the national convention of a political party. In his historic speech, Hattoy spoke eloquently about being an HIV-positive American.

“I don’t want to die,” he said. “But I don’t want to live in an America where the president sees me as an enemy. I can face dying because of a disease, but not because of politics.”

Hattoy served as a political appointee in both Clinton administrations, but he was vocal about his opposition to President Clinton’s ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ military policy. After critiquing the Administration, Hattoy was reassigned to the Department of the Interior. Despite their disagreements, Hattoy remained close with the Clinton family, according to the National Stonewall Democrats, the national LGBT Democratic advocacy group, of which Hattoy was a member.

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