At one of the plenary keynote sessions of the two organizations’ semi-annual conventions, Mr. Dan Savage had been invited to share with students the power of social media in today’s world as well as speak about the problem of bullying of gay youth, an issue all too familiar in many American schools.
So whom did they tap for this?
The man who, while he had a bad case of the flu infiltrated Gary Bauer’s office and went around licking doorknobs and staplers hoping to make people sick.
The man who set up a website (no, I won’t link to it) associating a hopeful presidential candidate with stuff that would make you sick just to read about it. (There’s a theme developing here.)
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