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‘Tolerant Gays’ Strike against their Own for Leaving the Democrat Plantation

Michael Musto is a longtime columnist for Village Voice. He’s also a homosexual. Like so many out-and-proud homosexuals, he has a smiling public face but a dark private face. He wrote the following on his blog about the pro-‘gay’ Republican group GOProud that’s supporting Mitt Romney for president:

So, here’s to you and your bizarre contradictions, GoProud.

You’re like Jewish Nazis!

Black Klan members!

Women who campaign for Rush Limbaugh

Mexican Republicans!

Roaches who moonlight as exterminators!

Blech, go away.

This follows the appropriately named ‘gay’ activist and Obama supporter Dan SAVAGE who made similar derogatory comments to the folks at GOProud on Twitter last week:

“The GOP’s house faggots grab their ankles, right on cue. Pathetic.”

These types of attacks might be enough to turn a homosexual straight. Stay tuned. What no woman could do, Michael Musto and Dan Savage might be able to accomplish.

Not to be outdone, ‘liberal’ Joy Behar suggests that the reason the folks at GOProud will vote for Romney is because they’re attracted to Romney’s sons:

BEHAR: Could it be that the GOProud guys are just attracted to Mitt Romney’s sons Matt, Mutt, Tag, Tip, Tack, and Bashful? Do you think that’s the issue?

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The left is perverse. This shouldn’t surprise us since they support a perverse lifestyle.

So the next time you watch a show like Will and Grace, keep in mind that this is the ‘gay’ rights movement’s public face. If you want to know the private face of ‘gays,’ take in a so-called Gay Pride Parade.

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