Rats! He figured it out! Now we’ll need a new plan!

Well, the cat’s out of the bag, so we might as well ‘fess up!  Rick Santorum, one-time Presidential candidate from the crazy white men’s…  er, check that…  the Republican party, went on the tv machine, and blew (sorry…  it IS Santorum, after all) the lid off the deepest, darkest secret of the 2012 election.  As reported over at the Daily Currant,  Santorum told a major news outlet that homosexuals had stolen the election.  He wasn’t sure just how, but was certain there were some slippery goings on that shafted the crazy white men’s…  oops, sorry, Republican Party.

Well, since the truth’s out, we might as well confess.  We did it.  Yep, a few of us homo-queer-bois got together last Monday afternoon and decided we simply couldn’t let anyone nick-named “Mittens” be a President.  A drag queen, maybe, but not a President.

We put the homosexual agenda aside, and focused like a laser on the election, less than 12 hours away.

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Rick Santorum on Pink Bowling Balls

REALLY, Rick??  You just make it too easy for us bloggers. Are you honestly so homophobic (and ignorant) that even pink bowling balls are a threat to you?

For those who don’t know, Rick Santorum recently told a young man in Wisconsin that he wasn’t allowed to use a pink bowling ball! I can only guess why he was so adamant about it, but I suspect it was about not wanting the boy to appear gay or effeminate. Or maybe he is so homophobic that he didn’t even want to be around someone who MIGHT be gay. I wonder, though, how he can stand to be in the presence of his supposedly gay friends. 

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Rick Santorum on Gay Marriage (No Surprises Here)

“Is anyone saying same-sex couples can’t love each other? I love my children. I love my friends, my brother. Heck, I even love my mother-in-law. Should we call these relationships marriage, too?”-Rick Santorum

This is one of the most ridiculous things I’ve heard anyone say about gay marriage. Presumably, he is not in a romantic relationship with his children, friends, brother, or mother-in-law. I’m giving him the benefit of the doubt here, whether justified or not. His statement doesn’t even make sense to me. Is he denying that same-sex couples have a romantic relationship, which is why it makes sense to compare it to other non-romantic, non-sexual relationships? Or is he trying to suggest that, if people of the same sex are in a relationship, then they are also prone to having ‘inappropriate’ relationships with others in their lives? Continue reading

Gay headlines and various other news

This was submitted today and I thought I’d pass it along for all you news hounds out there!

 Queer News

  • Church punished boys speaking about their abuse by castrating them “for being gay”
  • Upper house of Switzerland’s parliament moves to legalize adoption by gay couples
  • European law protecting gay succession & inheritance rights passes first hurdle
  • Transgender rights denied: State of Tennessee kills gender change recognition bill
  • Homosexuality is natural, created by God, thus permissible within Islam says conference
  • 20% of French gays plan to vote for far right president, 50% for socialist candidate

Rick Santorum wants to ban pornography

from news.yahoo.com

Rick Santorum wants to put an end to the distribution of pornography in the United States.

“America is suffering a pandemic of harm from pornography,” Santorum’s official website reads. “Pornography is toxic to marriages and relationships. It contributes to misogyny and violence against women. It is a contributing factor to prostitution and sex trafficking.”

The former Pennsylvania senator states that, “as a parent, I am concerned about the widespread distribution of illegal obscene pornography and its profound effects on our culture.”

Santorum criticized the Obama administration for turning “a blind eye … to the scourge of pornography” and for refusing to enforce obscenity laws.

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Santorum even opposes civil unions

from cbsnews.com

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, a vocal opponent of gay marriage, said today he opposes civil unions, too.

In response to a question by Dean Reynolds for the “CBS Evening News,” the former Pennsylvania senator said same-sex couples should work through the legal system to obtain rights similar to those enjoyed by legally married couples.

Santorum has spoken out numerous times against gay marriage. In a January 2011 interview on CNN, Santorum said he supports a federal marriage amendment defining marriage between a man and a woman.

“I have friends who are gay,” Santorum told Kelly. “It’s not personal; it’s about policy.”

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