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Sen. Jim DeMint Is Skipping CPAC Because There Won’t Be Enough Hate Leaders There

The absences of South Carolina’s Sen. Jim DeMint and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will be among many things making next month’s CPAC powwow infinitely more bearable for you gay quislings who do attend. While Christie’s office isn’t saying whether the inclusion of GOProud is the reason the macher didn’t RSVP, DeMint’s office is basically saying that’s the reason: “With leading conservatives organizations not participating this year, Senator DeMint will not be attending. He hopes to attend a unified CPAC next year.” Well, what’d you expect from the guy who doesn’t want homosessuals teaching your children or the Family Research Council being called a hate group? But just in case you thought your quota of losers would be skewed, fret not: Ann Coulter, Newt Gingrich, Andrew Breitbart, Mitch McConnell, and Liz Cheney will still be there.

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11 Comments

  • SouthSideShorty

    How ironic that Queerty believes derogatory comments from the right are borne of hate, but feels it’s perfectly justified in making likewise comments toward those they disagree with. Doubly ironic that Lefties claim to be the people who reach out to include everyone . . . except non-Lefties.

  • randy

    @SouthSideShorty: Fuck you! These Republicans are homophobic bigots! They deserve every derogatory thing that comes their way.

  • GayinVermont

    @randy: Actually, I think liberals are even more dangerous homophobes because their homophobia is so subtle.They laugh with us to our face but stub us in the back over and over. I mean look at the liberal icon Pres.Give me Obama. The most homophobic president I have ever seen.Give me McCain anyday. At least he is a Veteran hero and he does not lie to us.

  • tjr101

    @SouthSideShorty: It is not about disagreeing with them, they will get respect if they show respect. These right-wingers are hateful bigots and should be called out for it. Stop trying to defend the indefensible and deluding yourself.

  • Soupy

    Gay Vermont, how man liberals advocate a ban on gays and unmarried, sexually active women teaching? How many spoke out against gays in the military? Does this tell you anything about who is more dangerous?

  • Gay Republican

    @SouthSideShorty: Easy there or those liberals will revoke your gay card! Bigotry is perfectly OK if it comes from open-minded liberals who better know what is best for you.

  • Soupy

    Since a “gay card” is not a right, I don’t see the comparison. It’s clearly Jim Demint who knows what is best for you. He believes that you are a danger to children. If you believe and support that, good for you.

  • justiceontherocks

    @tjr101: I understand from a reliable source at the gym that SouthSide “Shorty” is an appropriate screen name. Perhaps this is why he continues going to a web site that is so offensive to him.

    Just a thought.

  • Shorty's Big Brother

    What’d you say, punk?

  • SouthSideShorty

    Seriously—my only point is that even if every evil thing you think about conservatives is true, then you’re still responding to hate with hate. That’s a no-win situation. Think proactively, not reactively. The point is to get along with others, not to marginalize yourself into an airtight group.

  • Soupy

    Why would I get along with a man who deems me dangerous to children? Why would you?

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