Queerty is better as a member
The democratic convention always roundly trounces the RNC when it comes to diversity.
The RNC always looks like a big bowl of aging white folks with a smattering of young staffers and token blacks (and lets not forget the dilusional gays). The republican party has had a diversity problem for countless years, and during the Obama years, it has only gotten much worse, despite the number of Blacks they hire to trot in front of cameras for news shows.
Thankfully the ageing, hideously white, racists of the republican party are slowly, and deservedly dying out. Time will give us the win, we are better than them, we are more moral, more intelligent and better at life without the spiteful religion and hate that shortens and makes lives miserable.
@Brandon: This year’s crowd look even older than in 2008. They cling to a vision of America that no longer exists, not demographically nor culturally.
I’ll be one of those delegates!
How do you become a delegate? I wish I was! I always wanted to go!
Because homoes have piss-poor ethics too just like heteros. All hail Oabama and is NDAA, drone attacks, protestor’s rights attacks, allowing frankenfood corporations to ruin the human food supply, and attacking medical marijuana users.
As with homophobes, 2party system supporters will be the embarrassment of future generations.
@jeff4justice: I think your marijuana use has affected your ability to construct a cogent argument.
@Joel J: If one supports freedom to use marijuana they must be a user? Stupid. If one supports marriage equality they must be gay?
You have no defense of the 2party system so I understand all you can do is make petty pointless comments like that.
@jeff4justice: Stupid is as stupid does.
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