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Anti-Bush Slogan Gets Wide Notice

By Jack Nichols

Miami Beach, Florida—'No More Bushit,” a slogan that has sold in great quantities on both buttons and bumper stickers throughout Election 2000 in the U.S., is the brain child of veteran gay activist Bob Kunst.

Kunst, with his popular slogan, appears in the current issue (page 28) of U.S. News and World Report and David Letterman unwittingly brought wide notice to the activist's slogan late last week on his nightly TV show.

Kunst has remained doggedly active in the organizing of local area protests in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Yesterday, he gave one of his buttons to New York's Rev. Al Sharpton who promptly pinned it to his shirt. The two activists, standing together under the watch of network TV cameras, agreed to meet in Washington, D.C. on Friday where they would join hands in a circle around the U.S. Supreme Court building.

"This isn't about getting Bush," Kunst told GayToday, "it's about citizens' rights in my very neighborhood; its about having their discarded votes count properly in this most important of national elections."

Kunst's group, which came into being immediately following Rev. Jerry Falwell's founding of The Moral Majority, is called The Oral Majority. He says it has already received a Washington, D.C. protest permit for January 20, Inauguration Day. Kunst is calling upon all able-bodied people, he says, to join, if Bush is proclaimed the winner, in protesting his "illegitimate" presidency.

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“I experienced plenty of intimidation from the GOPerverts twice last week,” says Kunst, brisling. “While Florida is being called 'the joke' of the Millennium, in reality we are trying to save the nation from 'fascism' and the kind of 'mob rule' so evident in the GOP-engineered mayhem that took place in Miami to stop the ballot counts.”
Order $2 No More Bushit bumper stickers:

The Oral Majority
P.O.Box 402263
Miami Beach, Florida 33140

Telephone: 305-864-5110
Fax: 305-867-1976

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