Fox News Closet Case (Who’s Not Fooling Anybody) Declares GOP Opponents of Gay Marriage ‘On the Wrong Side of History’
Posted on | May 9, 2012 | 43 Comments
How many “blind” items in the tabloids have we seen and knew they were talking about precious (formerly) pretty boy Shep, huh?
Fox News anchor Shep Smith made his own news today when he said President Obama was “now in the 21st century” after his support for same-sex marriage. Minutes later, in a conversation with colleague Bret Baier, he added:
“What I’m most curious about is whether it’s your belief that — in this time of rising debts, and medical issues, and all the rest — if Republicans would go out on a limb and try to make this a campaign issue while sitting very firmly, without much issue, on the wrong side of history on it.”
Spare us your sermons, you ridiculous phony. Shep once tried to run over a woman who was blocking a parking space he wanted.
Regardless of what the consultants think, the gulf between the American people and what the Democratic party is likely to write into its platform this September in Charlotte is rendering the issue of gay marriage unavoidable this November. . . . partisan polarization of the marriage issue should be far from a source of comfort for Team Obama and its strategists.
Good-bye, Hope. Hello, old-fashioned All-American Hate.