In which voting for anti-gay politicians is followed by voting for anti-gay laws.
Rick Perry can’t stop talking about how much he hates the gays, and Newt Gingrich can. How’s that working out for them?
Look, we all were hoping this wasn’t true but it is: the Republican candidates for president are completely and totally obsessed with us, and it’s super awkward. They just won’t let the gay thing go. Ever. Seriously.
Rick Perry is heckled into silence in Iowa — but what did he expect after that offensive “Strong” ad? (And some “Strong” parody videos to make things less depressing.)
Mitt Romney gets asked by a Vietnam vet whether or not he supports equal rights for him and his spouse, and he does not have a satisfactory answer.
Rick Perry just put out a new campaign ad where he’s totally bummed out that “gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can’t… pray in school.” Oh, also his chief pollster is gay!
“Cain later told Fox News that abortion should not be legal, but the family can make the decision to break the law.”
In which three brave teenagers ask Michele Bachmann what exactly she plans on doing for gay people if she becomes President.
“Mr. Cain, Governor Perry and Congresswoman Bachmann all believe 50 different definitions of marriage is fine. But I strongly disagree and will continue fighting for traditional marriage between one man and one woman.”
“Whatever it was, many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans had had enough.”
“You’ve got audiences cheering at the prospect of somebody dying because they don’t have healthcare and booing a service member in Iraq because they’re gay.”
Who “won” and who was the “incontrovertible loser”???
Fred Karger, the man who would be a gay Republican president, has been denied participation in the upcoming California Republican Convention.
Plus Dan Savage’s inevitable response.
Probably not — Bachmann and Paul’s Ames straw poll victory isn’t the end of the world or the race.
Why isn’t Fred Karger invited to the debate in Ames, Iowa tomorrow, despite meeting the entry requirements? What can we do to change this obnoxious state of affairs?
“Heavy metal evangelist” and homophobe plots his “big revenge” on years of well-deserved criticism.
If you were concerned about the Bachmann’s connections to ex-gay therapy, you can relax now – it’s just that they’re really good friends with someone who is conveniently proof that homosexuality can be cured.
If you’re experiencing a slow build of paralyzing anxiety over the 2012 Presidential race and need someone to hold your hand and explain the big names and Death Eater alter-egos, this is your lucky day.
More than any other presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann really has it out for the gays. Here’s why.