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10/04/2007

Video: A portrait in fidgetry

by Jeremy Hooper

The good boys at Queerty have directed us to this video of Fred Thompson, wherein the GOP White House hopeful expounds upon his ideas to keep gay marriage at bay:

Wow. This is an accomplished actor and GOP frontrunner?! He looks about as presidential in this video as...well, as George W. Bush.

Oh shit.

Thompson On Gay Marriage: So Be It [YouTube]

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Your thoughts

He's clearly shooting for the professionalism of Gerald R. Ford, J. Danforth Quayle, and George W. Bush.

Hell, it worked for them.

Kindof.

Well, for W.

Posted by: Cindi Knox | Oct 4, 2007 11:05:48 AM

Wow... he looks pretty damn stupid.  How about sitting still, dude?

Posted by: Karanis | Oct 4, 2007 1:50:11 PM

What the fuck is up with the rocking? That is positively bizarre. Does he always do that? Does his medication need to be adjusted?

Posted by: Mick | Oct 4, 2007 9:15:00 PM

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