Log Cabin Republicans

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    Dec 04, 2009 7:05 PM GMT
    What would be a few good slogans for Log Cabin Republicans? You know something they could put on a bumper sticker or something like that.


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    Dec 04, 2009 7:32 PM GMT
    Good gracious, they live in log cabins? Really?

    (Holy cow, that must have been interesting , George Bush having a log cabin built in the oval office for that 'at home' feeling.)

    or is this a secret sect of Republicans?

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    Dec 04, 2009 7:34 PM GMT
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  • DCEric

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    Dec 04, 2009 7:51 PM GMT
    We like S&M

    Making sure LGBTs are taking it in the ass

    Shooting ourselves in the foot since 19??
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:44 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidNot all gays are Dumbacrats.


    For the rest are full on retarded.
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    Dec 04, 2009 10:13 PM GMT
    Don't need a dildo, we can shaft ourselves!
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    Dec 04, 2009 10:19 PM GMT
    TigerTim saidDon't need a dildo, we can shaft ourselves!


    That's a good one icon_biggrin.gif
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    Dec 04, 2009 10:40 PM GMT
    DCEric saidShooting ourselves in the foot since 19??

    I like that, even though their website is unclear about exactly when they were formed, just sometime "in the late 1970s." They mention someone getting a nice reception from Ronald Reagan in 1978, so maybe that's the year.

    "Getting fucked since 1978"

    "Slitting our own throats since the 1970s"

    "Betraying other gays for over 40 years"

    "Republicanism is the opium of the masses"

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    Dec 04, 2009 10:46 PM GMT
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    Dec 04, 2009 11:09 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidNot all gays are Dumbacrats.



    or so called 'Log Cabin GOP'ers. I'm SSA [Same sex attracted/active], and mostly exclusively get off w/dudes, one only last 18 months, yet do find women also sexually appealing, yet guys in my experience give better orgasms. PREFER NO LABELS GAY-STRAIGHT-BI...science has it rite throwing them out and using SSA as gays and straight account 4minute %'s. Human nature is that sex feels great, and the vast majority [of dudes] will hookup with another guy if they feel comfortable w/him.

    Years of dealing w/ fraternities- esp. sport frats, have reinforced the science by the Mayo and Cleveland Clinics, as well as IU's [Indiana univ.] Kinsey Center / sexual studies.
    For Example- my best friend, blond/ blue and built, with an almost 10" cock has his choice of the best women on campus- he's 11 yrs younger. As he and I became close, the evolution to comparing dicks [a yung gun thing] to trying mutual j/o JUST ONCE, to sucking, guys will even admit we know how to work it. He's still engaged but he gets off w/me much more than her. Asking him why, he says it is fun to take time as much as we want and push all the right places that drive us wild, and we always end up coming, whereas she doesn't come/orgasm every time and she's in a hurry to get it over.

    LET'S GET RID OF ALL LABELS, and define ourselves as sexual beings w/ needs.

    Active in leadership roles w/in the Republican Party, Registered as such, yet not a Republican. I'm fiscally conservative and socially moderate- and so happens that most of my beliefs are better suited by the GOP.
  • DCEric

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    Dec 04, 2009 11:11 PM GMT
    PRDGUY said
    southbeach1500 saidNot all gays are Dumbacrats.



    or so called 'Log Cabin GOP'ers. I'm SSA [Same sex attracted/active, and mostly exclusively get off w/dudes, one only last 18 months, yet do find women also sexually appealing, yet guys in my experience give better orgasms. PREFER NO LABELS GAY-STRAIGHT-BI...science has it rite throwing them out and using SSA as gays and straight account 4minute %'s. Human nature is that sex feels great, and the vast majority [of dudes] will hookup with another guy if they feel comfortable w/him.

    Years of dealing w/ fraternities- esp. sport frats, have reinforced the science by the Mayo and Cleveland Clinics, as well as IU's [Indiana univ.] Kinsey Center / sexual studies.
    For Example- my best friend, blond/ blue and built, with an almost 10" cock has his choice of the best women on campus- he's 11 yrs younger. As he and I became close, the evolution to comparing dicks [a yung gun thing] to trying mutual j/o JUST ONCE, to sucking, guys will even admit we know how to work it. He's still engaged but he gets off w/me much more than her. Asking him why, he says it is fun to take time as much as we want and push all the right places that drive us wild, and we always end up coming, whereas she doesn't come/orgasm every time and she's in a hurry to get it over.

    LET'S GET RID OF ALL LABELS, and define ourselves as sexual beings w/ needs.

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  • PRDGUY

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    Dec 04, 2009 11:22 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    DCEric saidShooting ourselves in the foot since 19??

    I like that, even though their website is unclear about exactly when they were formed, just sometime "in the late 1970s." They mention someone getting a nice reception from Ronald Reagan in 1978, so maybe that's the year.

    "Getting fucked since 1978"

    "Slitting our own throats since the 1970s"

    "Betraying other gays for over 40 years"

    "Republicanism is the opium of the masses"



    BETTER TO WORK TO CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE THAN JUST COMPLAIN AND WHINE FROM THE OUTSIDE, as if being SSA defines our entire life.
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    Dec 04, 2009 11:25 PM GMT
    PRDGUY said
    BETTER TO WORK TO CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE THAN JUST COMPLAIN AND WHINE FROM THE OUTSIDE, as if being SSA defines our entire life.


    You clearly don't have a partner who has the sword of deportation hanging over his head. It defines almost every major decision we make.
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    Dec 04, 2009 11:38 PM GMT
    DCEric said
    PRDGUY said
    BETTER TO WORK TO CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE THAN JUST COMPLAIN AND WHINE FROM THE OUTSIDE, as if being SSA defines our entire life.


    You clearly don't have a partner who has the sword of deportation hanging over his head. It defines almost every major decision we make.


    If here legally then you're correct, as only those in the country illegally thru either overstaying Visas, not applying for the long process to get their 'Green Card', or those whom have crossed over w/out permission while others go thru proper procedures. I pay for these persons education, health care, and other social services.

    I know OF NO PERSONS EITHER CITIZENS OR TEMP RESIDENT TO RESIDENT ALIEN WHO ARE BEING THREATENED BECUZ OF SEXUAL INCLINATION.

    FACTS PLEASE
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:14 AM GMT
    PRDGUY saidFar too much text to fit on a bumper sticker.
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:21 AM GMT
    makeumyne said
    PRDGUY saidFar too much text to fit on a bumper sticker.


    Was a reply but...

    HOW 'BOUT:

    "Change doesn't come from whining"

    "Stop Complaining- GET INVOLVED TO MAKE CHANGE"
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:37 AM GMT
    What was the point of this thread other than to belittle people you don't agree with? So this is what American politics has devolved to - name-calling. It was this type of thread that made Real Jock so awful last year during the election. Very little intelligent discussion and a whole lot of vitriol.

    I'll at least give the Log Cabin Republicans credit for being out and trying to change the party from within. Save your scorn for the closeted Republicans politicians and bureaucrats who work against gay rights.
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:41 AM GMT
    "We don't like change! (that is why we are still in an old log cabin) .. if you want change go elsewhere"
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:50 AM GMT
    "Thank you sir! May I have another?"
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    Dec 05, 2009 12:58 AM GMT
    PRDGUY said...and so happens that most of my beliefs are better suited by the GOP.

    Well, let's see. Based on the Republican Party's official platform, and the performance of the previous Republican Administration & Congress, those beliefs would be:

    - denial of civil rights to gays
    - reduction in per capita expenditures & benefits to disabled veterans, like myself
    - elimination of the line between church & state, attempting to make the US a Christian theocracy
    - expanding both the upper class and the lower class, while reducing the middle class in between
    - large tax cuts for the wealthy & corporations, token tax cuts for the rest of the citizenry
    - committing the US to useless, endless wars with no national goal or purpose
    - ignoring & relaxing financial regulations, leading to corporate fiscal irresponsibility & greed, and ultimate financial meltdown, with job losses & suffering for all
    - stressing our military forces beyond endurance, with measures like "Stop Loss" to involuntarily extend contractual service obligations, and redeploying troops more times than was even done during Vietnam
    - opposition to national health care, in favor of private health insurance and HMOs, that have increased their costs several times more than the rate of inflation
    - the prevention of the teaching of Evolution in schools, in favor of Creationism, or its surrogate, so-called Intelligent Design
    - opposition to abortion
    - opposition to legislation to help small businesses, in favor of mega-corporations

    One could go on. So what exactly are the Republican beliefs that make you a believer?
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    Dec 05, 2009 1:13 AM GMT
    Being gay and fiscally conservative with a preference for state-run governments and reduced federalism is mutually exclusive to being gay. You can abide with the core of republican beliefs without siding with them on every issue. Furthermore, it's only been a recent development where the two major parties became entrenched in this bitter spat where being a part of one grouping automatically defines your preferences on all issues. If you look closely, you'll see the attempt to pass gay marriage in New York failed not just because republicans voted against it. You don't have to like or agree with republican philosophy, but there is no need to burn people at the stake for their political beliefs because other people who identify with them are upsetting you.
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    Dec 05, 2009 1:49 AM GMT
    say calibro,"Being gay and fiscally conservative with a preference for state-run governments and reduced federalism is mutually exclusive to being gay"

    ...we don't understand this one. Isn't that like saying,

    "Being gay and loving art with a preference for beautiful galleries and great music is mutually exclusive to being gay."
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    Many straights can then say, "Being straight and fiscally conservative with a preference for state-run governments and reduced federalism is mutually exclusive to being straight."


    OK we're completely lost here.




    When we watched the NY debate, one Senator (Republican) stated that the bible should NOT be left at the door but brought directly into government. It was quite the speech. We understand that 8 Dems voted against marriage, but every single Rep. did too..shouldn't there have been at least one Rep. that voted FOR marriage?

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    Dec 05, 2009 2:20 AM GMT
    Sorry, but the Republican record is of gross fiscal IRRESPONSIBILITY!
    The vast majority of our national debt is money that was deficit spending by Republican presidents named: Reagan, Bush Sr, and Bush Jr.

    They can TALK a good GAME about fiscal irresponsibilty and balanced budgets, and paying down the national debt - but it's just TALK -
    and the GAME they're playing is - trying to get their lame asses back in power.

    We're still in a recession that happened 6 1/2 years into a Republican presidency.
    And the last two recessions were under Republican presidents.

    So, the idea that Republican fiscal policies make up for their agenda of anti-gay hate is 100% bogus.

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    rickrick91 saidSorry, but the Republican record is of gross fiscal IRRESPONSIBILITY!
    The vast majority of our national debt is money that was deficit spending by Republican presidents named: Reagan, Bush Sr, and Bush Jr.

    They can TALK a good GAME about fiscal irresponsibilty and balanced budgets, and paying down the national debt - but it's just TALK -
    and the GAME they're playing is - trying to get their lame asses back in power.

    We're still in a recession that happened 6 1/2 years into a Republican presidency.
    And the last two recessions were under Republican presidents.

    So, the idea that Republican fiscal policies make up for their agenda of anti-gay hate is 100% bogus.


    The above is pure BS. Most of the gays blindly following the democrat party love to state that Bill Clinton was wonderful for the economy and balanced budget.

    Fact is it took the election of a republican congress in the 1994 elections for a balanced budget to even become a possibility. President Clinton submitted several budgets with large deficits. The republican congress put a stop to that.

    Your claim that republican Presidents have created most of the debt may have been true before this incompetent under which we are now living. Obama would maybe be competent to be the head of a school board in a small city someplace but he is completely out of his league in the White House.

    Your claim that the last recessions have been under republican Presidents is incorrect. Bill Clinton left a very soft economy for President Bush (2).

    Many of our present problems can be put directly on the doorstep of Bill Clinton and Barney Frank. Banks can't be forced (basically-under threat) to lend to anyone who is alive without proof of their claims and not have problems follow. We (Americans) have, to a large extent, been living above our means for decades. The housing bubble fed this excess. When it came crashing down and people would not borrow every dime of equity they had the spending quickly came to a stop.

    For myself, I would rather have an honest republican who says he, she will not support gay rights than some holier-than-thou sanctimonious democrat who promises the world with regards to gay rights and then either does nothing or pays only lip service. Bill Clinton and BO come to mind right away.

    Neither party is perfect, both are far from perfect but the democrats are no closer to perfection than are the republicans; in fact, the democrats take gays for granted since about 66% blindly vote for the democrats as sheep to the slaughter. When your vote can't be taken for granted is when a group has real clout.
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    Dec 05, 2009 2:38 AM GMT
    rickrick91 saidSorry, but the Republican record is of gross fiscal IRRESPONSIBILITY!

    I'm still waiting for PRDGUY to tell us what are the Republican beliefs that prompt him to say: "most of my beliefs are better suited by the GOP."