Dear Representative Aaron Schock:

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    Sep 30, 2011 12:47 AM GMT
    Your gay is showing.

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    * eagerly awaits scandalous photos of the representative playing with hotties at MiniBar in Chicago to surface just in time for his eventual senate run *
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    Sep 30, 2011 5:44 AM GMT
    I hope that whomever has the vid waits until just before the election to show him smooching pickle.
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:14 PM GMT
    I don't want him to come out of the closet.
    I want him to come into my closet. icon_twisted.gif
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:22 PM GMT
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    Rep. Schock goes to DC gay bars. He has been spotted at JRs and Nellie's many times.

    He is just another cowardly hypocritical GOP closetcase that likes cock but opposes equality for his fellow Americans. He was against DADT repeal and supports DOMA.

    I wouldn't grudgefuck him with Lindsay Graham's dick - another well known closet case pole smoker who opposes LGBT equality.
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:23 PM GMT
    Everytime I see that outfit....I can't...
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:32 PM GMT
    RowBuddy He is doing MORE for gay rights by being visible and professional than "gay" and obnoxious.


    Opposing DADT repeal and supporting DOMA is obnoxious.

    Voting against federal hate crime legislation is obnoxious.

    Arbitrarily denying Americans their rights is obnoxious.

    Hypocrisy is obnoxious.

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    Sep 30, 2011 3:42 PM GMT
    Don't be surprised if we eventually see another Larry Flynt full page newspaper ad with his name at the top.
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    Sep 30, 2011 3:47 PM GMT
    RowBuddy said
    Good for him doing what he does and living his own life out of the magnifying glass of the gay obsessed loving media.


    Oh, I get it. He's a hypocrite not because of himself, but because of his constituents? Just doing his job?

    The model of the representative democracy was that the less-educated public elect a more-informed, qualified legislator who does right. Is he not capable of being fiscally conservative (what he was elected for) and gay (what he didn't reveal)?

    I want to thank you for apologizing for our black representatives who vote against equal rights for other blacks. I mean, oops, gay representatives.
  • Rowing_Ant

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    Sep 30, 2011 3:51 PM GMT
    I dont get the logic of the argument he is just doing his job and its his job to represent his supporters. Yes you vote someone in to power who you feal reprsents your political beliefs, but at the same time an elected representative ISNT like some delegate to a conference who cannot think for themselves at all.Sometimes politicans have to vote for something new,somerthing dangerous, or how else does new, reform minded legislation get past? In the UK the decriminalisation of homosexuality was deeply unpopular but was past by both Houses. Same with the abolition of the Death Penalty. Sometimes politicans have to do something unpopular with the "masses" to actually make a differance in society and to give those with no voice a voice.

    W S GIlbert satirised that state of affairs way back in the 1870s in HMS Pinafore.

    "I grew so rich that I was sent
    By a pocket borough into Parliament.
    I always voted at my party's call,
    And I never thought of thinking for myself at all.
    I thought so little, they rewarded me.."
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:30 PM GMT
    I'd totally grudge fuck him. Without lube. Just to enjoy how well he truly likes being fucked, the way he fucks other people with his congressional votes.

    Well... I'd probably use the slobber he left on my cock from my skullfucking him as lube. icon_twisted.gif
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:33 PM GMT
    And I cannot say that I'd be as bold as he is to vote the will of his (presumably a social conservative majority) constituents if I held a legislator's office as a Republican.

    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:34 PM GMT
    alphatrigger saidI'd totally grudge fuck him. Without lube. Just to enjoy how well he truly likes being fucked, the way he fucks other people with his congressional votes.

    Well... I'd probably use the slobber he left on my cock from my skullfucking him as lube. icon_twisted.gif


    let me be there to blind fold him and hog tie him. then let me document it for xtube. he's been on a few of my flights out of dc and he's a total ass hole. just like the rnc chairman. this POS actually snapped his fingers at us cabin crew to refill his soda.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:40 PM GMT
    RowBuddy saidwho gives a shit if he is gay? Everyone in DC knows he is gay, and that he dates guys and that he likes dick. Does being gay have anything to do with being a politician? No. It does not.

    He was elected to do a job, and represent people that want him to vote a certain way. That is what a real politician is supposed to do, NOT make up their own mind to vote their own selfish agenda. He votes how his constituents that elected him expect him to vote.


    He does not need to be "out" and he does not need to talk about his sexuality. Being out and loud is not a requirement of being gay.

    I applaud him for living his life the way he wants while being professional and (so far) not compromising his integrity by giving into the "gay agenda". He is doing MORE for gay rights by being visible and professional than "gay" and obnoxious.



    A great big +1 for you
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:44 PM GMT
    Rowing_Ant said...Sometimes politicans have to vote for something new,somerthing dangerous, or how else does new, reform minded legislation get past? In the UK the decriminalisation of homosexuality was deeply unpopular but was past by both Houses. Same with the abolition of the Death Penalty. Sometimes politicans have to do something unpopular with the "masses" to actually make a differance in society and to give those with no voice a voice.


    Awesome---well said. And a Gilbert & Sullivan quote at no extra cost.

    Elected officials are there to do the right thing, not the popular thing.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:46 PM GMT
    RowBuddy saidwho gives a shit if he is gay? Everyone in DC knows he is gay, and that he dates guys and that he likes dick. Does being gay have anything to do with being a politician? No. It does not.

    He was elected to do a job, and represent people that want him to vote a certain way. That is what a real politician is supposed to do, NOT make up their own mind to vote their own selfish agenda. He votes how his constituents that elected him expect him to vote.


    He does not need to be "out" and he does not need to talk about his sexuality. Being out and loud is not a requirement of being gay.

    I applaud him for living his life the way he wants while being professional and (so far) not compromising his integrity by giving into the "gay agenda". He is doing MORE for gay rights by being visible and professional than "gay" and obnoxious.



    Oh shit another G0y...RUN
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:46 PM GMT
    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:51 PM GMT
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    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?


    Representative are representative of ALL the people, if you are going to be voting on basic rights for people then the opinions of religious bigots should hold no water.

    Representatives using judgement from time to time is what should be keeping us away from mob rule.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:56 PM GMT
    No, not at all. They are there to represent the people who elected the, AND the people who did not. They represent their constituency - ALL OF IT not jsust the party who put them there.

    I have a right to speak to my MP or other elected representative. I might not agree with them or their party but they represent ME. Therefore they have to take on board my views and listen to me with sincereity. Whether or not they do of course is a differant matter entirely. But that is how the system is meant to work.

    Elected representatives are elected by a majority in a constituency to represent them, not in person, but in spirit. Those people are elected as those who vote for them think they are the best person for the job. Thus they are responsible to them but they are also responsible to all those other people in their consituency whom they now represent. And that means making compromises.

    Its so much more than being elected by one group to reprsent them at the expense of others. It is a responsible, honourable job.It is not about pandering to the lowerst common denominator or the press. (In theory).

    If you think an elected representative is jsut a delegate at a conference then God help you with your understanding of Democracy. I thought UK politics was messed up but jeeesh.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:57 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?


    After all, its' called the House of REPRESENTATIVES is it not? They serve at the pleasure of their constituents and their district. The Senate’s duty is to be the more contemplative body.
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    Sep 30, 2011 4:59 PM GMT
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?


    Representative are representative of ALL the people, if you are going to be voting on basic rights for people then the opinions of religious bigots should hold no water.

    Representatives using judgement from time to time is what should be keeping us away from mob rule.


    And.... IF he's gay, perhaps he shouldn't have been lying about that to his constituents to start with, which is what put him in this position. Hypothetically speaking, of course.
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    Sep 30, 2011 5:07 PM GMT
    AMEN TO THAT SHOWME!

    Couldnt agree more.
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    Sep 30, 2011 5:14 PM GMT
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    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?


    The thing is, he probably never would have been elected (as a member of he GOP) had he run as a conservative yet out-gay man.

    Since being closeted is virtually a requirement for being a GOP politician - especially in the homophobic Midwest USA - I won't hold that against him in the least.

    BUT!

    It is possible for a man to maintain his integrity. He should have at the very least abstained from votes against basic human rights issues - or best yet, informed his constituency that he cannot in good conscience vote against these rights. It might ruin his career going forward, but at least he wouldn't be a liar.

    The hypocrisy of this man is claiming to be against LGBT rights while presumably enjoying his share of what his handlers might term "the homosexual lifestyle choice".

    This is different than say, being of a personal opinion about raising a particular tax, but voting the will of his constituency to lower the tax contrary to his opinion.
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    Sep 30, 2011 7:22 PM GMT
    alphatrigger said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    alphatrigger said
    Kinda hard to live with one's self and vote against your own interests, methinks.



    So, what you're saying is that politicians, once elected, should just say F-ck you to the wishes of those who elected them and that politician should just vote for his/her own interests? Doesn't that sort of defeat what constituents elect their representatives to do? How long would said politician last in the job and get re-elected by ignoring the wishes of his/her constituents?


    The thing is, he probably never would have been elected (as a member of he GOP) had he run as a conservative yet out-gay man.

    Since being closeted is virtually a requirement for being a GOP politician - especially in the homophobic Midwest USA - I won't hold that against him in the least.

    BUT!

    It is possible for a man to maintain his integrity. He should have at the very least abstained from votes against basic human rights issues - or best yet, informed his constituency that he cannot in good conscience vote against these rights. It might ruin his career going forward, but at least he wouldn't be a liar.

    The hypocrisy of this man is claiming to be against LGBT rights while presumably enjoying his share of what his handlers might term "the homosexual lifestyle choice".

    This is different than say, being of a personal opinion about raising a particular tax, but voting the will of his constituency to lower the tax contrary to his opinion.


    Couldn't have said it better myself.
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    Sep 30, 2011 10:32 PM GMT
    eventually he will be caught doing the airport bathroom stall "Tap Dance".





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    Sep 30, 2011 10:42 PM GMT
    I really don't care if he's queer or not, i just want him to bend over so i can fuck his hot Republican hole and shoot my load all over his pretty face.
    And take him shopping for some better outfits, lol! icon_wink.gif