Norris is courageous, honest, decent man
I fail to see the rationale behind Paul Ryder's rejection of Senator David Norris as a suitable President.
Having read the the 'Magill' interview which has provoked so much controversy, it is clear to see that Mr Norris was alluding to his state of mind as a young man in a society which was then hostile to homosexuals, as evidenced by the four words "when I was younger".
A man should not be condemned for his youthful innocence. I cannot believe that Mr Norris would advocate or endorse paedophilia in any shape or form -- the very suggestion is preposterous.