IrishWhiskey - 2009-05-17 That was gloriously awkward. The news anchor might have been able to make a better argument had he actually been in the slightest bit concerned with the effects of outing on gay people, rather than just wanting the queers to stay away from Republicans.
grimcity - 2009-05-17 I thought Doug was about to engage in some gay bashing for a sec. Is that dude always such a douche?
Samisyosam - 2009-05-17 You'd think that a conservative with good christian values would be all for a film unmasking high-ranking adulterers in congress.
spikestoyiu - 2009-05-17 I wouldn't, because I realize that their "values" are mostly bullshit and are usually just a front for their homophobia.
theSnake - 2009-05-17 HAHAHA "There are gays in the closet who prefer to remain there."
WINK WINK NUDGE NUDGE SAY NO MORE
Nikon - 2009-05-17 It's not gay if you beat them up afterward
DMKA - 2009-05-17 It's true, actually, seeing as I'm one of them.
Of course, I'm not out attacking other gay people while I privately am one either.
Dinkin Flicka - 2009-05-17 Now that everyone knows he's good friends with a gay feminist left wing professor, how could anyone disagree with him? They're good friends! And he's showing it by using her lifestyle and stances against his enemies.