Anti-Bullying Advocate Refers to Gay Conservatives as "House F**gots"

June 20, 2012 at 9:40 pm (Anti-Bullying, Ben Howe, Bully, Czar, Dan Savage, Gay Marriage, Gay President, Gay Rights, Gay Slur, GOProud, It Gets Better, Mitt Romney, President Obama, Sex Advice, Slur)

Dan Savage is a gay sex advice columnist who spearheads President Obama’s anti-bullying efforts through his It Gets Better Project.  Savage started the project in 2010 in response to a young boy’s suicide as a result of bullying over his perceived sexual orientation.

Now, if someone who was gay had been verbally abused with a comment about being a “f*ggot” or that they “grab their ankles”, that would be the type of thing Savage would vehemently oppose, correct?

Which is why it’s all the more surprising that he, himself, is the one who said it…

Savage’s hatred seems to come from the decision by GOProud – an organization of gay conservatives and their straight allies – as they announced today their endorsement of Mitt Romney for President.

Via GOProud:

“The Board of Directors of GOProud voted to enthusiastically endorse Governor Romney’s candidacy for President,” said Lisa De Pasquale, interim Chair of the GOProud Board of Directors and the former Director of CPAC.  “GOProud is prepared to commit significant resources to help make Mitt Romney the next President of the United States.”

How dare they support somebody who they believe represents their best interests?


Savage has a history of pretending to be a tough guy, wishing that “Republicans were all f***ing dead”, and fantasizing about “f***ing the s*** out of Rick Santorum” on the very friendly Bill Maher show.   


And who could ever forget the time he got all up in the grill of high school students aged 14-18, telling them that the Bible was “bulls***”, and after they walked out on him, referring to them as “pansy a**es”?


Video courtesy of Ben Howe:

Remember that this vile cretin has the full support of your President, currently serving as his “bullying czar”.  
Just doesn’t seem right for America’s first gay President.

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Here’s the Real Rick Santorum Website

January 5, 2012 at 9:18 pm (2012 Election, Bill Maher, Dan Savage, Googlebomb, GOP, Rick Santorum)

Savage Hate

For those who do not know, Dan Savage is a vile slob who has created what some call a Google problem for Rick Santorum.  It is seemingly the only problem Google has been unable to solve for years (remember the White House Googlebombs and the ‘Islam is’ issues in the past).

Courtesy of the Marathon Pundit:

Dan Savage, a former Chicagoan who writes the “Savage Love” sex advice column for various free weeklies, thought it would be real funny–like a freshman caca wee-wee joke–to invent a disgusting connotation to Rick Santorum’s surname about a decade ago. He also purchased a web domain to prolong the snickering.

But the Rick Santorum campaign site is www.RickSantorum.com.

As for Savage, a strident gay activisit, he pretended to be a supporter of Republican candidate Gary Bauer’s presidential campaign in 2000 and worked as a volunteer for him in Des Moines while suffering from the flu–with the explicit hope of giving the candidate his illness. While attending the Iowa Straw Poll the year before, Savage and his brother stole someone’s mail so they could claim residency and vote in the straw poll–neither men were Iowans. 

In addition to these ‘look at me’ acts, Savage has engaged in other hateful rhetoric.

After referring to Republicans as ‘grifters and scumbags’ on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, Savage lifted the curtain on who he really is, discussing how he’d like to hate f*** Rick Santorum.

Just so we get, just so you don’t get charges of sexism, because only Michele Bachmann was involved, I sometimes think about f–king the s–t out of Rick Santorum.”

Savage wasn’t done there, as in the same airing he also stated that he wished that Republicans ‘were all f***ing dead!’

I urge you to share this post with as many people as possible, and get the word out on the real Rick Santorum website.

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