Santa Rosa liberals: “we don’t hate faggots, we just have, er, environmental concerns”

A Gay assisted living retirement community gets stonewalled in one of California’s most liberal cities. Who’d have guessed? Gays, like blacks, have fallen for the Democrat line for decades – they’re always surprised when they’re dumped – do you remember “don’t ask, don’t tell”? – and what they have never figured out, even though Warren Beatty pointed it out in Bullworth, Democrats will do nothing for them because they know they already have their votes. Time for a third party of fiscal discipline and libertarian principles, don’t you think?


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6 responses to “Santa Rosa liberals: “we don’t hate faggots, we just have, er, environmental concerns”

  1. Anonymous

    “Liberal” is such a misleading euphemism for “communist”

  2. As long as the Republican party continues to court the leaders of “Focus on Family” and similar groups, the gay vote will remain largely on the democrat side of the ballot

  3. XYount

    The Fountainheads?

  4. Priapus

    Santa Rosa liberal? It is one gun totin’, sheep humpin’, Taco Bell filling dumpster. They ain’t no dang way they was ever lettin’ the fa$$ots go there to retire

  5. greenmtnpunter

    GOP could adopt same policy of benign neglect with far right Christian groups knowing they have no other home. On the other hand, there is always the Tea Party. Tough for any party to balance off all of the divergent interests. Best policy is live and let live.

    • christopherfountain

      I think, ultimately, the GOP and the Tea Party (and the “Thidwicks”) are going to go separate ways. The GOP is really just Rotarian Babbitry, as intent on being re-elected as its Democrat “opposition”, and pretty secure in thinking that, so long as they can grab the anti-abortion, state-in-the -bedroom crowd, they’ll be able to cycle in and out of power, taking turns with Democrats and getting rich alongside them.
      I don’t see how that group can ever appeal to libertarians again: while we have, over the years, given them our votes as the lesser of two evils, their tenure under Bush made it clear that they are equally evil, not lesser and can’t be trusted to govern the country.