Over at Big Hollywood, my pal John Nolte makes sport of Media Matters’s “hysterical 2,300 word response to the announcement of Andrew [Breitbart]’s new association with GOProud”. He takes issue with the left-of-center web-site for slurring that right-of-center new media pioneer as anti-gay. You see Breitbart, as have the bloggers on the site, has often made fun of the eminently mockable and very unhappy ranking Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, a Mr. B. Frank.
Oh, that loquacious Democrats just happens to be gay, those who so mock, in the views of the politically correct guardians of the sacred narrative of victimology, must needs harbor anti-gay attitudes and manifest extreme intolerance to all those who differ from the white Anglo-Saxon male norm. (Guess that means those who mock or insult the immediate past governor of Alaska must then be misogynistic since Mrs. Palin is a woman.)
Nolte will have none of that nonsense:
Could someone please explain to to those with the Indian name Abusers of 501(c)(3), the difference between criticizing grotesquely offensive behavior unbecoming of a congressman (a brothel was run out of Frank’s house by his former boyfriend) and anti-anything?
Regardless, I congratulate Andrew on his new appointment and look forward to meeting and partying with and welcoming to our Big Tent, all the GOProuders attending this year’s CPAC.
Another conservative welcoming gays into their confabs. Kind of wrecks the narrative. Doesn’t it?
For the record, while John may be prominent on the right, he and I have been friends almost since I started blogging, having linked each other when he was Stranded on Blue Islands, corresponded regularly and socialized frequently. And despite this early association with a gay blogger, that fine man, married to an equally fine woman, has risen rapidly among the ranks of right-wing bloggers.