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02/11/2011

Video: Politics makes strange fellow-bedding bedfellows

by Jeremy Hooper

Elected Republicans still vote against us in blocks.

GOProud loudly called for Michael Steele's resignation.

Both Andrew Breitbart and Chris Barron have compared the "gay left™" to the Taliban and/or Al Quaeda.

Yet gay/GOP unity rules the day. Or at least ruled the night at CPAC's "Big Party":

"Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele was among the notable attendees at Thursday night's Andrew Breitbart-hosted GOProud "Big Party." (That, despite the fact that GOProud had called for Steele's resignation multiple times.)"
The (Attendees') Talk of the Party: Breitbart and Steele [Metro Weekly]

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