[He] is so filled with animosity against Republicans, he can’t see the world in front of him. And like so many anti-Republican gay activists, he can’t provide facts to justify his (very distorted) view of the GOP.
But, now I wonder why the president of the Human Rights Campaign, which bills itself as an organization which strives “to end discrimination against GLBT citizens,” invite a writer with a record of anti-Republican rhetoric, to comment on the Republican National Convention.
Shouldn’t he have invited a less partisan participant? Or perhaps included a gay Republican, say Log Cabin President Patrick Sammon, along with Savage, to offer his view of the festivities in St. Paul?
Wouldn’t the perspective of the president of a gay Republican organization, one which refused to back the GOP nominee four years ago, be a more credible source for information on his party’s convention?
Scott Tucker does a great job of pointing out Savage’s lies and misrepresentations. Read his post! And once you have, ask yourself this: what does it say about Joe Solmonese that he would invite this anti-Republican writer to comment on the Republican convention?
It’s akin to inviting James Dobson to comment on the gathering of a gay group.