Queerty is better as a member
She may have been a “non-candidate” but it’s the thought that counts.
dammit, and I was so hoping to have Unicorn on the ballot against Obama.
this is the beginning for Fred, Mitt’s been at it for 20 years lmao
@no. 1 exactly!
Nice to see Queerty contributor Dan Avery putting down some of our own who are trying to change stereotypes and perceptions… Shame on you!!!
Actually, the final certified vote count from the NH Secretary of State was 485. You guys at Queerty are so cynical. Why do you have to give one of our own, who is trying to do good and has in fact done good for our community (despite some unfortunate past behavior as a political consultant for Big Tobacco) the stinkeye?
Well, I would believe the Secretary of State for NH, since that’s where the Times was supposed to get their numbers. I guess its easier to get a story written about critisizing his efforts, rather than looking for the historical efforts of beating other years’ national candidates such as Christopher Dodd, or Alan Keyes. So when the history books are written about this event they will note Queerty was never that serious about having an openly gay Presidential candidate, and would rather tell depricating tales about gay Activists than actually research their stories. Thanks for letting us know where you stand on all of this. Very memorable.
@Carlsbad: Because Queerty has nothing else to offer besides insults, failed strategies, innuendo, paranoia, partisanship, and outright bigotry. I find I am much more productive on days I don’t come here than those that I do. I only come here if I want to vent anger anyway.
@MikeE: A unicorn would have been less likely to sign NDAA.
@Bill Show: The history books won’t even mention Queerty.
@Bill Show: QS beat me to it.
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