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How exactly was he a LGBT rights opponent? He denied his homosexuality in 1980, but few to no actively politicians of either party admitted to homosexuality in 1980. Even Barney Frank didn't discuss it until 1987. I think it should state something he did against gay-rights for him to still fit the category.--T. Anthony 09:21, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
Not sure this needs a talk comment, but I removed the race of the Library of Congress employee. Not really relevant and probably unconscious subtle racism. "I mean, I understand he blew some guy, but he blew a black guy!" If similar unnecessary racial markers are on other articles, they should probably be identified and removed. TimothyJosephWood 12:54, 7 May 2016 (UTC)