Had anyone bothered to reach out to the McCain Campaign, they would have realized Sen. McCain immediately stopped the calls. The campaign told us Sen. McCain never saw the script and never approved it, which is why he stopped the calls ASAP.
And just what exactly does it say about how the Clintons consider “queer” citizens when President Clinton urged John Kerry to support anti-gay state constitutional amendments in 2004? What does it say about the way the DNC considers “queer” citizens when they don’t lift a finger to stop these amendments? (But keep those checks coming, “queers”!) What does it say when the former President still refuses to take any responsibility for the results of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”–the despicable law he signed–and instead blames the Pentagon?
If LGBT people are ever going to be anything more than shills for the Democratic Party, we have to start holding EVERYONE to the same standards to which we hold our leading Republican presidential contenders.
*sigh* Okay, while I wholeheartedly agree with the bolded statement above…. I have to just shake my head in disgust that Log Cabin (Republicans) are now holding water for John McCain. It truly proves that the organization is NOT comprised of gay conservatives at all. And John McCain’s LGBT record is certainly nothing to hang your hat on: it is nearly as bad as Bill Clinton’s.
I suppose since LC(R) bashed Romney in expensive TV ads (for which they have never disclosed their financial sources), they had no where to go except McCain after Rudy G. dropped out. I, on the other hand, am quite willing to join the anti-McCain forces where ever they may exist. And that may include sitting home in November.
This rapid move to suck-up to McCain reminds me YET again why I don’t give money to Log Cabin anymore…….