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07/06/2009

Video: TEA with Tammy

by Jeremy Hooper

Tammy Bruce: Out lesbian who thinks that Sarah Palin has demonstrated the skills one needs to be in charge of the button:


Tammy Bruce at the Tucson Tea Party, July 4, 2009 [YT]

And why shouldn't Tammy give Sarah a pass? After all, Ms. Palin may not support Tammy's right to equality -- but at least she's likely to quit her job before she can ever enact her gay-unfriendly views.

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Your thoughts

Perhaps this is the illusive "lesbian friend".

Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Jul 6, 2009 2:01:30 PM

I laughed like a 4-year-old at Jeremy's take, and then Rainbow Phoenix kept me going with one sentence!

It's amazing how willing some members of minority groups are to sell their siblings (and ultimately themselves) down the river in order to enrich and/or promote themselves.

Is Tammy single? (I wouldn't be the least surprised.) If she is, well, think "Lysistrata," ladies! Let her live the way her "friends" want her to--seeing *no* action whatsoever.

Posted by: GreenEyedLilo | Jul 6, 2009 7:11:33 PM

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