Cindy McCain has often publicly challenged the anti-gay positions of her husband, the U.S. Senator and former GOP presidential nominee. For example, in January of 2010, she and her daughter Meghan McCain posed for Adam Bouska’s NoH8 campaign to support LGBT equality.
John Gomez, an organizer for the Human Rights Campaign, recently approached Mrs. McCain while she was out shopping and asked her to sign HRC’s petition requesting the Senator, her husband, support ENDA, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Not only did she sign the petition, she posed for a photo (above) with Gomez while holding an HRC postcard that reads, “No one should be fired because of who they are.”
Gotta admire her spunk — and Gomez’s.