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08/25/2008

Popular VP parlor game guess criticizes elephant's exclusivity

by Jeremy Hooper

Kathleen-SebeliusThis weekend, while addressing the Stonewall Democrats at a pre-convention meeting, Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius reportedly declared that "The Republican Party has become the party of hate in too many cases." She also is said to have remarked that the GOP doesn't always "honor families that don't look exactly like they want them to look." Here's more from the AP:

Sebelius: Life easier after intense VP speculation [AP via Denver Post]

It remains to be seen what sort of sentiments prominent GOP governors will send to gay Republicans in the days leading up to their own convention. Though we imagine the words, "but if you're willing to overlook all that stuff...," will factor heavily into his or her remarks.

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