Leave it to courageous Gavin Newsome, mayor of San Francisco, to nail the issue this morning on Good Morning America calling President Bush on his cynicism, that he would introduce the anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment on the 25th anniversary of the diagnosed case of AIDS.
And, of course, who is off to Washington DC to testify in big speeches supporting this act of hatred against gay people? The "exgays" like Randy Thomas. Like Jews racing off to support the Holocaust, these professional exgays cannot stand the idea that their fellow gay men and women, who refuse to denounce their heritage and their people, might want to get married and live openly, honestly and happily.
All the more reason why Jimmy and I wrote "The Big Voice: God or Merman?", and all the more reason why our show needs to make it to New York. We aren't a perfect couple, folks. No one is. In our show, we expose all our warts and our failings, but that's the point. We're just as human as any heterosexual -- but more than that, we have a home and a life and we love each other.
Happy 25th Anniversary of AIDS. Why not bash the gays while they're mourning the tens of thousands of friends that they've lost? I still do not know how these people sleep at night. I really and honestly don't.
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