This came out last week, but I just haven’t able to get to it. So finally, here it is. And it is quite a nice write-up, to my surprise.
GayPatriot: Admittedly, many liberal gays probably would prefer to surround themselves with others who love the idea of universal health care and roar loudly for hate-crimes legislation. But Bruce Carroll and Dan Blatt at GayPatriot challenge all LGBT folks to question their leaders — political and not — and the issues that identify them. Though we might not agree with everything said there, GayPatriot provokes conversation, which all good political blogs should do. Besides, the greater GOP is not exactly in high regard right now, and the party’s gays and their allies may be the ones who whip out the defibrillators to revive the compassionate heart of the Right. Technorati rank: 5,340
I’m encouraged that perhaps the gay media (or at least one outlet) has finally started to come around and recognize the place that a gay conservative voice has in the world of political discourse.
It also does my heart a lot of good to see our Technorati rank at 5,340. While Michael Rogers’ Blogactive sits way down at a Technorati rank of 40,107. Bwa-ha-ha-ha. Sorry, had to do it.
Thanks again to the folks at The Advocate for talkin’ us up!