Friday, June 29, 2007

P.I.L.F.

The Edwards camp is really turning up the gay charm. First Elizabeth Edwards marched in San Francisco's gay pride parade and announced she supports gay marriage, then John stopped by to visit the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center in West Hollywood yesterday (seen above with the center's CEO Lori L. Jean and government affairs director Curt Shepard). I'm impressed by the former senator's attempts to reach out to the gay community, but call me old-fashioned, I've decided I can't endorse him. I'm just not comfortable having a president I'd like to f**k. (Photo via QueerSighted)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah he's really good-looking, and has the whole southern thing going on. But I can't get behind him because he's against gay marriage. I have no qualms about the fact that I'd like to do some things to him that he'd surely be against.

Anonymous said...

He might be against gay marriage, but his wife for it.

In addition, NONE of the candidates are for gay marriage, and JRE IS for civil rights/unions.

He is THE most progressive candidate running which is why he is attacked so ferociously by the pundits/media.

Anonymous said...

Added to say,

He is THE most progressive candidate on almost every issue with a CHANCE of gaining the Democratic party nomination.

I'm 100 percent for him (unless Gore enters the race).

Anonymous said...

After several years of being F**Ked by the current president (and not in a pleasant way), I would even go to bed with Hillary.

I'm leaning Edwards, even if Gore gets in the race. From what I understand, in 2000 Edwards wasn't ready to concede like Gore did. As much as I like Gore, he had his chance and I'm not sure he fought hard enough.

The good news, I can't imagine a worse president than the sorry rich frat boy holding it hostage right now.

Ray Ray said...

Haaaaa!!! I've had those thoughts about John Edwards, and it can be a bit distracting...but I was lusting after Bill Clinton for years, so I suppose I could deal...

Richard said...

Good I'm not the only one that thinks that way about him..I may even watch the state of the union if he gave it...

Joe T. said...

"Do it" with John Edwards? Nah. He looks too soft for me. Like John Ritter could have played him in a movie. But have any of you ever seen photos of the young Teddy Roosevelt with his shirt off? Hubba hubba! (As they sang in "Evita": "Politics...the art of the possible..")

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