Monday, January 31, 2011

To Gay Or Not To Gay

The question that is currently tearing the conservative movement apart:
This year's Conservative Political Action Conference gets underway next week in Washington, and it's shaping up to be quite an event this time around.

CPAC is the Detroit Auto Show, no, even better, the Cannes Film Festival of movement conservatism. Has been for years. But this year the participation of the gay Republican group GOPProud is prompting a boycott from some key movement figures: the Heritage Foundation, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC), and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) are all taking a pass on the event (although only Heritage is fessin' up as to the real reason, after initially denying it).
It's not like there aren't problems within the Democratic party, but at least we aren't in a major debate over whether gays are people or not.

No word on if this year's CPAC will have another installment of XXXX CPAC XXXXX:

I still can't get over that picture in the bottom right of James O'Keefe. It's unclear if he will attend this year's conference after getting a bit too XXXXPAC XXXXXTREME last year when he attempted to tap the phone lines of a US Senator and tried to lure female reporters onto his rape boat.


  1. And just when I'm lamenting being a Democrat you guys remind me why I am. Is O'Keeffe even relevant anymore? Don't they have a new young person violating the rights of people by now?

  2. "...because of the implication."

  3. actually looked REALLY LAME:

  4. @ 6.54 brilliant, that actually made me laugh out loud.

    @Kari yeah. It's good to remind yourself how insane the other side is ever now and then. I also like the question of if the have a new "young person". This is something we should investigate.

    @Niko: Oh yeah... When you watch videos of the actual event it makes you wonder. Jack and I were thinking of buying the 15 dollar tickets and going to XXXPAC last year and didn't end up doing it. If they didn't do it again this year and we lost our chance that would be very disappointing.

  5. Well, yeah. Young person of the year for the dems, what would that look like? I mean he too would be a white man, but the real question is there a democrat out there who would do asinine things for attention that violate other person's rights? And if there is, why hasn't he been on MSNBC talking Nazis?