KissTheSky saidAnd yet the Log Cabin Republicans will still donate money to and endorse whichever anti-gay GOP candidate wins the nomination for President.
It's the same sad story year after year.
There are GOP candidates who support gay equality, but obviously they are a small minority.
The banning of the Log Cabin Club from the convention should be a wake-up call to the Log Cabin Club and make it inescapably clear to everyone that the GOP is not the friend of gay men and women. However, I do believe that the Log Cabin Club does have a valid rôle to play. If it plays that rôle well, it can decrease the number of GOP politicians who oppose equality.
We do have a two party system. Ignoring the GOP and failing to work towards making it less gay unfriendly would be a mistake. If the Log Cabin Club increases by only a small percentage the number of gay friendly GOP politicians, it will have performed a constructive service.
Of course the Log Cabin Club should cease pretending that there are many gay friendly GOP politicians since in actual fact, although they do exist, they are few in number.