So which is the bigger gaffe: The Republican National Committee sending out a mailer encouraging recipients to call a $2.99/minute phone sex number (which was supposed to be a ploy to generate new RNC donations), or the Human Rights Campaign, in the middle of its middling PR offensive, advertising in the Bay Area Reporter that it helped lobby lawmakers in support of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell?
Also: The HRC is spending money to reach America’s gays? To, what, continue convincing us they’re relevant? Haha. That’s some fantastic use of advertising dollars right there. Instead, shouldn’t HRC be spending money to, say, reach out to voters who might be swayed into contacting their lawmakers? Of course, but that would violate HRC’s policy of self-preservation.