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04/28/2011

Pop quiz: Which politico is Gaga for Glee?

by Jeremy Hooper

Which archteypical political figure recently said the following:

"We looked for Chris Colfer," she said, but they didn't find him. "We don’t watch TV, generally speaking. But the kids were thrilled. What kids don’t watch Glee?"

(a) A Ted Kennedy-like Senator who's never met a LGBT rights bill he or she wouldn't champion?

(b) A Libertarian governor who is generally "live and let live" about most things, even if not supportive of all LGBT rights measures?

(c) A former actor-turned-politico who once worked with Jane Lynch?

(d) An uber-conservative sitting member of Congress who, earlier this month, said that gays have waged war against marriage in this nation (and that's one of this member's milder comments)?

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