Skip to comments.A Gay Mafia in the Republican Party? (ZOT!!! My dears, such a *divine* little troll).
Posted on 11/13/2005 4:33:11 PM PST by JeffersonAgain
by James Buchanan
November 6, 2005
Opposition to Gay marriage is one of the biggest reasons many people still support the Republicans. The idea of Gay marriage is a monstrous moral abomination and the Democrats outraged ordinary Americans pushing that piece of insanity. The Gay marriage issue is a highly charged emotional issue, and just the sort of thing that Republicans look for, which can keep them in power. Meanwhile other issues like reverse discrimination, the illegal war in Iraq and an eight trillion dollar federal debt get pushed to page two.
Over the last ten years, an increasing number of Gays have turned up at high levels in the Republican Party. There is an organization called the "Log Cabin Republicans" which is openly Gay. Bob Dole angered mainstream conservatives when he accepted a donation from them in the '96 presidential election. Michael Huffington, a Republican candidate for Senator in California in the '90s was exposed as being Gay only after he lost the election. Congressman David Dreyer was outed by fellow homosexuals during his last election, which he nearly lost due to his soft stance on illegal immigration. Are these Gay Republicans who've been outed a sign of a much larger problem?
One article reports George Bush's closest advisor, Karl Rove, has been seen frequenting a Gay bar in Washington DC. Another article reports "The Gay Republican Mafia is evidently in control of the Party, even as they spin hard to avoid the obvious questions. How did so many closeted 'conservative' gay men wind up in the upper echelons of the GOP? Should the GOP be called the Gay Old Party now? With gay RNC chairman Ken Mehlman and the latest outing of fake reporter Jeff Gannon, a GOPUSA/ Talon News shill, the issue of Karl Rove has come out as well, so to speak."
An New York Daily News article reports on how a man linked to Gay prostitution was used by Republican as a phony reporter to ask questions at Bush press conferences: "A conservative ringer who was given a press pass to the White House and lobbed softball questions at President Bush quit yesterday after left-leaning Internet bloggers discovered possible ties to gay prostitution. 'The voice goes silent,' Jeff Gannon wrote on his Web site. 'In consideration of the welfare of me and my family, I have decided to return to private life.'
Gannon began covering the White House two years ago for an obscure Republican Web site (Talon-News.com) Gannon was also given a classified CIA memo that named agent Valerie Plame, leading to his grilling by the grand jury investigating her outing.
Even worse, there are plans to change the Republican Party to make it just as Gay-friendly as the Democrats. If George Bush selling us out on illegal immigration isnt bad enough, there's more betrayal ahead. A recent article reports "Charles Francis, a homosexual activist and friend of President George W. Bush, regularly briefs Bush senior advisor Karl Rove on his group's effort to end the GOPs opposition to homosexuality, according to a National Journal report. Francis heads the Republican Unity Coalition (RUC), a year-old organization that seeks to make homosexuality a 'non-issue' in the Republican Party. The RUC has the backing of several prominent Republicans and Bush backers -- including senior White House aide Mary Matalin, who is pictured prominently on the groups Web site attending a 2000 fund-raiser for the Coalition.
Former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson (Wyoming) has taken a public role as the RUC's honorary chairman, chastising Republicans "who oppose homosexual behavior."
Most ordinary Americans don't have a clue about Karl Rove or Ken Mehlman. Many Americans don't know that Karl Rove has been frequently referred to as "Bush's brain." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sixpack have been blissfully ignorant of the true nature of the Bush regime. They think everything is being done for sincere, patriotic reasons while nothing could be further from the truth.
One fact that went completely over the heads of most Americans is that George Bush did absolutely nothing to outlaw Gay marriage. All Bush did was talk. Perhaps he didn't want to upset the Republican Gay Mafia by actually passing legislation himself. He could have had a federal law created in the Republican-controlled House and signed it inot law himself, but he didnt. Instead, local state Republican workers did all the work to put propositions on their state ballots and Bush stole all the credit.
The truth is that we need a new political party. The Republican Party only pretends to represent our interests. The top level of the GOP is infested with Gays and would shock ordinary Americans if they ever got a close look.
Log Cabin, eh?
Well, at least we now know who's responsible for the French riots: Ali G et la Massive du Stains-Ouest.
We hardly knew ye.
Uh, let's verify this.
There's NO way this guy is scoring in a gay bar.
I don't dislike homosexuals. I believe they have a right to be who they think they are.
I am against the homosexual agenda, which has nothing to do with homosexuals being who they are. The homosexual agenda is being pushed onto areas of our society in which homosexuals have no real interest except to upset traditionalists.
Take the issue of gay marriage. Marriage is about two people forming a union with the purpose of raising a family. It isn't just about love. Two people who love one another can just move in with one another, and nobody will stop them. Nobody is stopping two people who love one another from exchanging vows of commitment. The homosexual agenda proponents want to dilute marriage to be equal to and no different than two people who live together and have sexual relations.
The issue of family and raising a family rears its head again on the issue of homosexual adoption. On the whole, until the more family oriented, stable, and conservative homosexuals come out and take a lead role in representing the homosexual political platform, I'm against hedonists adopting children. I'm against people who will adopt children with an agenda to turn those children into homosexuals. I'm wary of the fact that pedophilia seems to be commonly accepted by politically active homosexuals as healthy and rewarding. The homosexual community has a lot of growing up to do before I believe adoption should be opened up to them. We have enough trouble dealing with the idiosyncrasies of traditional families who adopt children. We don't even have a basis for understanding gay parenting and their family dynamics, and we shouldn't use the adoption service for experimentation. There are enough gay people with children out there already for us to study. Let's take a decade or two to study this carefully and debate the issue.
Putting the futures of children in the care of political correctness is a dangerous precedent that we should hesitate to set.
You didn't last long enough to bat around....fairy...lol.