Skip to comments.'I-GAG' issues threaten GOP hopes [barf]
Posted on 08/30/2012 8:31:28 AM PDT by kevcol
On Tuesday night in Ybor City, the Republican group GOProud a national organization of gay and straight Americans seeking to promote freedom by supporting free markets, limited government and a respect for individual rights held a well-attended party at a nightclub.
If the Republican Party gets trapped into talking about what I call the "I-GAG" issues of immigration, guns, abortion or gays, the Romney-Ryan ticket will lose in November.
Nominees and party leaders frequently give a wink and a nod to acknowledge the platform is nothing but a tool to appease the far-right from within. A wink from team Romney to the gay Republican community could help his efforts in November.
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” A wink from team Romney to the gay Republican community could help his efforts in November.”
So are they saying, then, appease the social conservatives with the platform, but give a private wink to the gays in order to win? Ugh, what happened to real Republican beliefs...
A wink and blown kiss might help even more as could showing up for a speech in nothing but leather chaps...
Forcible sodomy by spoiled political/regulator class plutocrats in politics: a good reason to be unaffiliated.
Oh, come on -- you know what Chris really wants: a long, long shower with Paul Ryan.
RiNO sleaze scribbles gay love-note to RiNO's in chad-'Rat rag hoping for a wet kiss. That about get it?
Gag a maggot placemark.
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