Monday, October 22, 2007

Morning Sweep

Rudy Giuliani, stooping to a new low (yes, it's possible), is now bashing New York City for political gain among conservatives.

Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee won the straw poll at the "Values Voters Summit" in Washington, DC. Good As You has collected all of the significant speeches from the summit.

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling over the weekend revealed that Professor Dumbledore was gay.

Poland's anti-gay leadership was soundly defeated in parliamentary elections held yesterday. The new government, likely to be headed by Donald Tusk, will hopefully be much more LGBT friendly.

Queerty points out that Barack Obama is actively courting some notorious anti-gay types in South Carolina.

Openly gay businessman/Democrat Jim Neal is challenging Elizabeth Dole for a North Carolina Senate seat. NC native Pam Spaulding couldn't be happier.

1 comment:

Paul said...

"Embrace the Change" Senator Obama. It is now amply clear that your main goal is political gain, not advancing social and public policy. Actively courting Donnie McClurkin for your gospel tour to give him an even larger pulpit to say that being gay can be cured by religion is probably not the best way to keep your active, grassroots (some of whom are gay!) base intact. "Embrace the Change."