Look at what I got in the mail today:
An application for an HRC VISA card!
From Bank of America!
With well over a million homes being repossessed, 2010 is shaping up to be a record year for foreclosures in the U.S. But there are serious questions about the way many have been carried out, and now prosecutors are investigating whether some of the country’s largest banks committed fraud.
Bank of America, Chase and GMAC Mortgage have put tens of thousands of foreclosures on hold and lawmakers are calling for a nationwide moratorium after bank employees acknowledged that they failed to conduct required reviews.
Yes…THAT Bank of America.
But why am I concerned? Its all good. Look what I qualify for:
A field bag?!?!?!?!? Be still, my heart! I now see the error of my ways! I never needed a trans-inclusive ENDA. All I needed was a field bag with the HRC logo!
I’m still working on my Ph.D., so I’m not eligible.
But, again, that’s par for the course with the Rhode Island Avenue Cesspool. I’m transsexual. Nothing that they’re actually doing will actually benefit me.
Buy why worry about that? After all…
The HRC National Dinner is being billed as “No excuses” this year.
Human Rights Campaign Announces WH Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett as National Dinner Guest Speaker
14th Annual Event Tomorrow, October 9th at the Washington Convention Center
WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, today announced that White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett will be a guest speaker at the organization’s 14th Annual National Dinner to be held on Saturday, October 9, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
“Valerie Jarrett is a tremendous addition to the event and we look forward to hearing from one of the President’s closest advisors,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese. “She and President Obama both care deeply about equality and are strong supporters of those of us fighting for LGBT rights.”
In addition to Valerie Jarrett, the program will also include: Grammy Award winning artist P!nk who will be presented with the Ally for Equality Award by Bette Midler. The National Arts & Culture Award will go to the hit ABC series Modern Family and will be accepted by cast membersEric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Sofia Vergara. Lee Daniels, Producer and Director of Precious and Monsters Ball will take home the Visibility Award presented by Precious star Mo’nique. Further event details will be made public as they are confirmed.
More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the event held in the Washington Convention Center, which is chaired by Marjorie Chorlins & Kirkland Hamill.
Its tyme to par-tay! Now, the BIG question….
How big will Pee Wee be this year?