Thursday, February 23, 2012

Openly Gay GOP Presidential Candidate Fred Karger: Let’s Make History

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Andrew Breitbart Vs Michelangelo Signorile On Outing Homocons

 

This was posted to YouTube by Victoria Jackson’s “Patriot Update” channel.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum: Democrats = Hitler

Saturday, February 18, 2012
 
Moron Of The Week: NJ Gov. Chris Christie 
For having vetoed New Jersey’s Marriage Equality Bill after both the State’s Senate & Assembly passed it. This shows that it really doesn’t matter how close you’re from Massachusetts, New York & Canada, you can still be a bigot.

Moron Of The Week: NJ Gov. Chris Christie 

For having vetoed New Jersey’s Marriage Equality Bill after both the State’s Senate & Assembly passed it. This shows that it really doesn’t matter how close you’re from Massachusetts, New York & Canada, you can still be a bigot.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Gay Icon & Entertainer Sandra Bernhard: Republicans Are So Anti-Women

Bill Maher Rips On Rick “Frothy Mix” Santorum

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

WASHINGTON: Protesters Tasered At Rick “Frothy Mix” Santorum Event In Tacoma

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Yesterday’s CPAC: Bigotry In 100 Seconds

Friday, February 10, 2012

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Mitt "Magic Underpants" Romney On Marriage At CPAC

Thursday, February 9, 2012

WASHINGTON: Highlights Of Marriage Debate - Rep. Maureen Walsh (R)

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum Whines: The Court Is Calling Y’all (& Me) Bigots And Haters

Wednesday, February 8, 2012
 
USA: “Moron Of The Week" Inductee Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum Wins Minnesota, Missouri & Colorado
CNN reports:

Rick Santorum awoke to a new reality Wednesday after sweeping all three Republican presidential contests a day earlier, reshaping the contest that will decide who runs against President Barack Obama in November.Santorum won caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado, as well as a nonbinding primary in Missouri to energize his campaign and raise questions about front-runner Mitt Romney’s ability to attract broad conservative support.The victories by Santorum bolstered his contention that he is the strongest conservative challenger to the more moderate Romney for the GOP nomination, and the most formidable conservative candidate to take on Obama."I don’t stand here and claim to be the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney," Santorum declared to cheering supporters outside St. Louis. "I stand here to be the conservative alternative to Barack Obama."Colorado was the most competitive state of the day, with Santorum winning 40% of the vote to 35% for Romney, 13% for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and 12% for Texas Rep. Ron Paul.After a night of returns trickling in and the lead shifting between Santorum and Romney, Colorado Republican Party chairman Ryan Call announced live on CNN that Santorum was the winner.In Minnesota, Santorum got 45% of the vote to 27% for Paul, 17% for Romney and 11% for Gingrich, with 88% of the total counted, according to the secretary of state.The victory in a state Romney won in his unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid was a strong statement by Santorum that he represents a major conservative challenge to both Romney and Gingrich.However, a low turnout in all three races signaled possible dissatisfaction among Republican voters with the candidates.All the 70 delegates available Tuesday came from the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses, while the Missouri primary was nonbinding with no delegates at stake.The two caucus states didn’t officially award delegates Tuesday night — that will happen down the road at district and state conventions — but the news media, including CNN, will use them to make unofficial delegate count estimates.With 100% of the Missouri vote counted, Santorum had 55% to 25% for Romney and 12% for Paul, according to unofficial results. Gingrich didn’t make the ballot in Missouri.Such a dominating victory by the conservative Santorum showed his appeal to Missouri’s large blocs of evangelical and tea party supporters.


Yesterday, after the verdict on Prop. 8 by the Ninth Circuit Court in California (declaring it unconstitutional), Santorum commented on it:

USA: “Moron Of The Week" Inductee Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum Wins Minnesota, Missouri & Colorado

CNN reports:

Rick Santorum awoke to a new reality Wednesday after sweeping all three Republican presidential contests a day earlier, reshaping the contest that will decide who runs against President Barack Obama in November.
Santorum won caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado, as well as a nonbinding primary in Missouri to energize his campaign and raise questions about front-runner Mitt Romney’s ability to attract broad conservative support.
The victories by Santorum bolstered his contention that he is the strongest conservative challenger to the more moderate Romney for the GOP nomination, and the most formidable conservative candidate to take on Obama.
"I don’t stand here and claim to be the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney," Santorum declared to cheering supporters outside St. Louis. "I stand here to be the conservative alternative to Barack Obama."
Colorado was the most competitive state of the day, with Santorum winning 40% of the vote to 35% for Romney, 13% for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and 12% for Texas Rep. Ron Paul.
After a night of returns trickling in and the lead shifting between Santorum and Romney, Colorado Republican Party chairman Ryan Call announced live on CNN that Santorum was the winner.
In Minnesota, Santorum got 45% of the vote to 27% for Paul, 17% for Romney and 11% for Gingrich, with 88% of the total counted, according to the secretary of state.
The victory in a state Romney won in his unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid was a strong statement by Santorum that he represents a major conservative challenge to both Romney and Gingrich.
However, a low turnout in all three races signaled possible dissatisfaction among Republican voters with the candidates.
All the 70 delegates available Tuesday came from the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses, while the Missouri primary was nonbinding with no delegates at stake.
The two caucus states didn’t officially award delegates Tuesday night — that will happen down the road at district and state conventions — but the news media, including CNN, will use them to make unofficial delegate count estimates.
With 100% of the Missouri vote counted, Santorum had 55% to 25% for Romney and 12% for Paul, according to unofficial results. Gingrich didn’t make the ballot in Missouri.
Such a dominating victory by the conservative Santorum showed his appeal to Missouri’s large blocs of evangelical and tea party supporters.

Yesterday, after the verdict on Prop. 8 by the Ninth Circuit Court in California (declaring it unconstitutional), Santorum commented on it:

Tuesday, February 7, 2012
 
“Moron Of The Week" Inductee Mitt "Magic Underpants" Romney Slams Prop 8 Veredict
Think Progress reports:

In 1994, Mitt Romney called for “full equality” for LGBT Americans, but this afternoon his presidential condemned the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling against Proposition 8. “Today, unelected judges cast aside the will of the people of California who voted to protect traditional marriage. This decision does not end this fight, and I expect it to go to the Supreme Court,” Romney said. “I believe marriage is between a man and a woman and, as president, I will protect traditional marriage and appoint judges who interpret the Constitution as it is written and not according to their own politics and prejudices.” As the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent asks, “That note about judges who interpret the Constitution according to their own “prejudices” — is that a reference to the fact that the judge on the case was gay, which was cited by Prop 8 supporters as proof of his bias? Naah, probably not. A major party presidential candidate would never go there.” For more on Romney’s devolution on LGBT equality, click here.

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Mitt "Magic Underpants" Romney Slams Prop 8 Veredict

Think Progress reports:

In 1994, Mitt Romney called for “full equality” for LGBT Americans, but this afternoon his presidential condemned the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling against Proposition 8. “Today, unelected judges cast aside the will of the people of California who voted to protect traditional marriage. This decision does not end this fight, and I expect it to go to the Supreme Court,” Romney said. “I believe marriage is between a man and a woman and, as president, I will protect traditional marriage and appoint judges who interpret the Constitution as it is written and not according to their own politics and prejudices.” As the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent asks, “That note about judges who interpret the Constitution according to their own “prejudices” — is that a reference to the fact that the judge on the case was gay, which was cited by Prop 8 supporters as proof of his bias? Naah, probably not. A major party presidential candidate would never go there.” For more on Romney’s devolution on LGBT equality, click here.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Moron Of The Week" Inductee Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum: God Says Homos Have No Right To Civil Equality

(Via Joe.My.God.)

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

"Moron Of The Week" Inductee Mitt "Magic Underpants" Romney Gets Glitter Bombed In Minnesota 

Towleroad reports:

Mitt Romney was glitter-bombed by a gay activist at an Eagan, Minnesota campaign stop today, Think Progress LGBT reports. Romney then took the stage where he waved at the activist, and then called the glitter “victory confetti”:

  • Hi there, how are you? Hi there! How are you? Good to see you! There you go….Hey listen guys, I’m delighted to be here with you, this is an exciting time. I’m happy for a little celebration. This is confetti! We just won Florida! We’re just going to win the White House next! Let me tell you, President Obama is not going to be seeing a lot of confetti.

Romney, who apparently now thinks he’s a singing star, then sang “America the Beautiful”, again.