The 2012 Election is a gift that never stops giving. Or at least, it hasn’t yet.
“For even one vote to come out in favor of gay marriage only three years later would have been historic; the fact that all four states did so is nothing short of incredible.”
Everyone (except FOX News agrees): Republicans lost the Senate and presidency this year because they aren’t paying attention to the demographic and opinion changes in the U.S. But will their base let them make this change?
Brandy Howard attended the election night victory part in Chicago, and we promised you pics or it didn’t happen. Ta-dah!
But seriously, let’s get to the actually important stuff and talk about the lady with the flag in her hair and Donald Trump’s Twitter tantrum.
Here’s what he can do with his time now that he has to find a way to bide it.
Tonight Obama won, Tammy Baldwin won, Todd Akin lost, some states legalized marijuana and voted for marriage equality in four states!
Today is a very important day for our country: America will vote for a president and everybody in Canada is watching.
Cara’s Team Pick: Here’s hoping that by tomorrow this website will be unnecessary.
Greetings Queers, and Happy Election Day! Welcome to our Feelings Thread / Election Day Party Live Blog. Are you excited? I’m excited.
Election-related reads! Topics include The Ballot Cops, Obama circa 1993, Joan Didion on John Kerry, “the politics of personality destruction,” Red States/Blue States , the history of voting and so much more!
On Election Day, I need to know ALL THE THINGS, and I need to know them RIGHT NOW. But no fear, because of course, there’s an app for that. Several, actually!
This shit never gets old – stupidity ranging from Ohio to Iowa and from Katrina to Sandy.
“I’m drillin and I’m killin while I’m munching on my chick-fil a/ i ain’t no gay and don’t believe that shit is real / whose bitch can be whose bitch if not a baby-making meal.”
A gay person said this: “as [Romney’s] record as Governor of Massachusetts suggests, will not waste his precious time in office with legislative attacks on LGBT Americans.”
In large part, though, more than individual issues, this debate showcased how each candidate would approach the fact that America is only one citizen of the globe, and has to interact with many other nations and governments.
“Am I voting for Romney? Let me just check to see if I still have a pussy.”
“So while the “binders full of women” were in fact real, and not an imaginary item to be mocked, they weren’t exactly something Mitt can take credit for.”
ABC News spent a lot of time telling you what all the cool kids were tweeting about. We live tweeted the debate and sounded marginally cooler. Join us for a fun adventure in “none of us could gchat so we decided to do this instead.”
Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Billie Jean King, George Takei, Wanda Sykes, Zachary Quinto, and Chaz Bono are leaning towards Obama.