Log Cabin Republicans: Hillary Clinton Is Sexist

The Log Cabin Republicans this morning tweeted out a link to their letter to the editor of the Washington Post. It reads:

In her Jan. 17 column, “Shame on Carly Fiorina,” Ruth Marcus oppugned Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina for claiming to “actually love spending time with [her] husband,” denouncing the candidate’s overt dig at Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as “calculatedly outrageous” in its rampant and reprehensible sexism.

But Ms. Clinton has imposed the same gendered double standards on female rivals of her own. Consider how she slut-shamed and stereotyped 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky as a “narcissistic loony toon,” casting Bill Clinton as the victim of sexual predation from an unstable admirer. Or how Ms. Clinton degraded other betrayed wives, mocking the pathetic, proverbial “little woman standing by [her] man like Tammy Wynette.”

Ms. Clinton is guilty of invoking and thus exacerbating existing gendered prejudices to discredit female competitors. So shame on Ms. Clinton.

The letter was authored by Log Cabin communications director Lisa Linnea Schoch. In 2008 the Log Cabin Republicans endorsed McCain/Palin. In 2012 they endorsed Romney/Ryan. Both endorsements came shortly before the general election.

  • S1AMER

    That the Log Cabin Republicans even exist provides excellent proof of why we need better mental-health care in America.

    • james_from_cambridge

      They’re not the only problem. The only reason anyone knows these self-loathing assholes exist is because of the gay media. Literally no one else pays any attention to them.

      • Bj Lincoln

        Other than here, I have never heard of them. I’m sure the GOP is not going to hold them up as a big supporter of their agenda.

        • CCleverly

          I thought they were republicans that liked Log Cabin Syrup.

        • james_from_cambridge

          The GOP loathes them more than we do. Honestly, what’s the difference between them and a black person who tries to join the KKK?

          • clay

            Seriously, when Bob Dole returns your check . . .

        • jerry

          I think they’re something on the order of African Americans for George Wallace, or Jews for Hitler.

          • Todd20036

            That’s real thing. THey’re called quislings.

    • Queequeg

      Best comment of the day!

  • 2patricius2

    What convoluted claims.

    • clay

      a “narcissistic loony toon,”

      just not seeing any sexual or gender content in that at all.

  • Michael Rush

    Log Cabin Republicans is built on a shitty foundation .

    • Octavio

      Haphazard chinking, too.

    • Robincho

      And the chinking is bad too (said someone, niggardly)…

  • Oh, Felicias.

  • Octavio

    Oppugned? I know what the word means. It’s just the first time I’ve ever seen it used in my lifetime. Odd.

    • Paula

      You’re one up on me. I had never heard the word before. Way beyond odd. Somebody must have a thesaurus on their desk.

    • JustDucky
      • Robincho

        So had J. S, Bach, and just look at him now!…

        • JustDucky

          That’s one helluva false equivalency.

      • Octavio

        LOL! I think I’l resurrect a couple of archaic morphemes from the Jutes and Saxons just to piss people off. 🙂

        • JustDucky

          lol Put them on cat pictures and call them morphmemes.

        • John30013

          Bring back ðe eð! And þe þorn!

          • Octavio

            Good suggestions. From now on no more Denmark. It’s back to being Jutlund. I have decreed it be so.

      • Guess

        Talk about #TakeOurCountryBack!

      • Paula

        That explains it. I was living in Japan in the mid 1700s.

    • Robincho

      Employ it from time to time, and reap usufruct, however meager…

      • Octavio

        I’ll stick with vocabulary that fits the situation. No need to try and be erudite when one’s audience can’t understand one, ya knows. 🙂

        • Robincho

          I refudiate your statement, and will offugn anyone who supports it… 😉

          • Octavio

            Is there such a word as offugn? Shirley ewe r funnin’ me.

          • Paula

            Now, you’re being connuborous. 🙂

          • Octavio

            ? What the hell does that mean? 🙂

          • Paula

            Nothing. It is a made up word I used to use on shooting boards just to confuse the redneck idiot types I would tell them they are being connuborous and it would drive them crazy. None of them would admit that they didn’t know what it meant. Some would IM me about the meaning and I would let them in on the joke,
            It was especially useful with the jeebussy types.
            I used

          • Octavio

            Excellent bullshit words, each and every one . I salute you!

          • Robincho

            Guilty as charged. I only wanted my spelling of offugn to palin comparison with Sarah’s pro-
            nunciation of refudiate…

          • Octavio

            When she had money she had a professional refudiationeer as an adviser. But she forgot to drill air holes in his office and he died.

          • Ray Taylor

            Stick me in an oven, will you?

          • Joseph Miceli

            I’m sorry, I don’t speak “Palin.”

            Actually, come to think of it, no one does.


        • Bj Lincoln

          I have often looked up words used by the haters. Not that I am ignorant but the people they target are. Many of them are combinations of several prefix’s and suffix’s to the point I am not sure they are a word.

          • Joe knows who I am.

            That’s okay Bj. They’ve had to look them up too.

          • TimCA

            “I have often looked up words used by the haters”

            I already know what sodomite, lezbo, fudgepacker, queer, perv, fag, carpetmuncher, fruit etc. mean. I don’t need to look them up! lol

          • GayOldLady

            You left out bulldyke, bulldagger, diesel dyke. These are just words I can remember. I’m sure there are a hundred more.

    • Queequeg

      I’ve never heard it before either.

    • JCF

      Some kind of unholy combination of “opined” and “impugned”???

      • J Ascher

        Just a different prefix for the root “pugn.”

      • Octavio

        Past participle of oppugn: oppugned

        call into question the truth or validity of.

  • another_steve

    Hillary’s “stand by your man” stance — when it was revealed that her husband was receiving blow jobs from a young tart in the Oval Office of the White House — will help her among young female voters. Many of them know what it’s like when your man is getting some on the side, and how difficult it can be to get through that.

    And get through it Hillary did.

    With considerable poise and grace.

    • CanuckDon

      They’re certainly grasping at straws here not to mention battling with their own silly jabs at her….first knocking her for standing by her husband and then accusing her of being critical of those who stand by their man.

      Did they think Hillary should crumble? Did they think she should have laid down and died?

      • another_steve

        I suspect the “back narrative” here is that Hillary brought on Bill’s infidelity by being a bad wife. That’s a very old and very sexist narrative: women are responsible for their mens’ infidelity.

        The narrative will work for them among the lunatic fundamentalists, but for no other voting demographic, I think.

      • She’s been under constant character assassination for decades. If they haven’t got her yet, they never will.

    • Bj Lincoln

      I was pissed at first when she stayed. She made it look as if it was permissible for her husband to screw around. I think it sent a horrible message to young women.
      Now I see why she stayed. The power and position are hard to give up and she needed it to keep moving forward to this point. I am kind of glad she did because she has done a lot for this country.
      While I’m sure he was punished in the privacy of their room, it is still the wrong message. Cheating is wrong.

      • another_steve

        Sexual infidelity is no longer “disqualifying” — in any sense. Back in the 1940s and 1950s, absolutely — but not today.

        Bill Clinton has emerged from the wreckage as a respected elder statesman.

      • B Snow

        Now I sort of wonder if it *was* cheating. Maybe she knew about it, maybe she and Bill had/have some kind of private arrangement we know nothing about. A lot of people speculated that that was the case with Anthony Weiner and his wife. They’re still married, right? Puts me in mind of Dan Savage’s theory of each couple defining what marriage and fidelity means to them.

    • She picked up a lot flack for these statements back in ’92. She has a habit of making strong statements that end up with a backfire.

      “You know, I’m not sitting here like some little woman standing by my man, like Tammy Wynette. I’m sitting here because I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he’s been through and what we’ve been through together. And you know, if that’s not enough for people, then heck, don’t vote for him.”

      “I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession which I entered before my husband was in public life.”

    • B Snow

      The really ironic thing here is that conservatives scream SO much about traditional marriage, and yet now they’re trying to attack the marriage of a couple who are still married, for better and/or worse. Do they even have anyone to point to on their side? Newt? Saint Reagan?

      The Clintons might possibly be a very typical example of what a marriage looks like these days, for people their age.

  • Leo

    If the Log Cabin Republicans actually had a size-able membership of females, never-mind females of color, they’d actually have something remotely resembling a foundation from which to throw their invectives. For now, it’s a shoddy glass house with cracks in the plumbing.

    • Gustav2

      If you ever want textbook examples of misogyny, go to a Log Cabin after party. They are worse than any old guard country club Republican, because they are wannabes.

      • Butch

        You didn’t actually attend one, did you? The horror…..

        • Gustav2

          I actually dated…another life, another time.

          • Butch

            Hey, we all have those “what was I thinking” memories.

          • GayOldLady

            I’m just glad you’re alright! 🙂

          • Gustav2

            There were moderate Republicans at the time. Ford, G Romney, etc.

          • Paula

            Did you require deprogramming afterwards?

      • CottonBlimp

        Haven’t ever shacked up in a Log Cabin, but i know the type; gays who are so damn insecure in their sexuality, they need to constantly remind everyone that they’d never let their penis touch a hated *woman*.

  • popebuck1

    In Log Cabin land, of course, only women can be sexists, just as the only “real” racists are black people.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Retarded capos and quislings say what???
    What a ridiculous bunch of ultramaroons.

  • bkmn

    You have to be pretty damaged to stick with the GOP after all this time. At a minimum you have no self respect.

  • Jake


  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    The LCR…..are they still a thing?

    • Friday

      I think they’re against LGBT rights like the other Republicans are against *womens’* rights, they just want to use their money to exploit people as objects, not expecting better treatment in life.

  • olandp

    Just because you are paranoid, doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you.

  • dcurlee

    Talk about deranged loons look at the last two they endorsed. Keep on bashing the party that is working to give us rights and see where it gets you. Oh wait the republicans keep proving that you will never be accepted by them but yet you want to continue to cry

  • JP

    No, you’re not reading an Onion headline. Yes, this is real life.

    You can cancel that eye appointment at your own discretion.

  • Gyeo

    But supporting a party with candidates who want to strip away reproductive rights and healthcare access for poor women isn’t sexist?

    • Wynter Marie Starr

      Oh, no. That’s just their version of being “loving” human beings.

    • GanymedeRenard

      “Reproductive rights”? What’s that? / s

      • Joseph Miceli

        The right for a woman to produce lots of kids to that they can go to work at age four in a factory and, if they make it through childhood, be marched off to war.

        The Republican “Plan for America.”

        • GanymedeRenard

          Isn’t it wonderful? /s

  • sherman

    Does their name come from having to live in a cabin somewhere because both Republicons and Democrats have rejected them for being so repulsive?

    • Friday

      I think the idea is they dream of a world where those gay men rich enough to afford a cabin in the woods get to hide from everyone else and live on lobbying money and junk bonds.

  • KnownDonorDad

  • Lakeview Bob

    What a fucking bunch of shit. All 2 or 3 of that group should just go back in their closet. No doubt the whole group would fit in one closet!

  • Prion

  • Friday

    Frankly, Lewinsky kind of was a narcissistic looney toon.

    • Cuberly

      Saving the spoogey dress, yep. She was more than a little out there.

      • Joe in PA

        I mean really who let’s the sponge hit the dress?

        • GayOldLady

          Somebody who wants to keep it for evidence? Oh, that was catty of me, wasn’t it?

          • Joseph Miceli


          • Joe in PA

            Nah, not catty. I don’t think Monica is that devious, I think it was more of the adult version of “he touched my hand, I will never wash it again” kind of thing. 🙁

            And that damn auto-correct changed it to ‘sponge’…someone needs to tell Apple that ‘spooge’ is a thing. 🙂

          • GayOldLady

            I don’t think she was devious either. I remember that her confidante told her not to clean the dress, and it was her confidante, Linda Tripp, who released the story to the Press and to Drudge. Monica was too young at the time to be anything but smitten.

    • John30013

      None of which accounts to “slut shaming”. So, as usual, the LCR have to twist themselves into knots to make their “argument”.

      • Friday

        Yeah, frankly the big joke was that only the Christian Right even gave that much of a crap about it in the first place, back then. Whatever you think of cheating, we were an international laughingstock that it was allowed to turn into like a ‘crisis.’ That’s also not ‘slut shaming’ so much as her milking the situation.

    • GayOldLady

      I think she was more of an overwhelmed young woman who confided in the wrong person and that person used her for her own benefit. If you look at our past President’s most of them had dalliances. FDR, JFK, LBJ, Ike, supposedly Bush the elder. I think the only POTUS in my lifetime that I’d give the Good Housekeeping seal of approval to is Jimmy Carter. He was probably faithful. But who knows, absolute power corrupts absolutely

      • Joseph Miceli

        Now Girl! You just know Obama isn’t fooling around. If he was we’d not only be deep into the impeachment trials, but Michele would kick his ass from here to Sunday.

        • GayOldLady

          Michele is one formidable Woman. The man who cheated on her might be reduced in some way or another. 🙂

    • JCF

      I don’t know about narcissistic (not back in ’94-’95 anyway), but asking POTUS “Do you want to see my thong?” isn’t exactly sane

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  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Log cabinettes seem to actually love spending time with their biggest oppressors.
    Stockholm syndrome or acute masochism??

    • Reality.Bites

      Of course the feelings aren’t mutual, as their oppressors want nothing to do with them (but will gladly cash their cheques.)

    • GanymedeRenard

      I shoulda scrolled down before I posted a similar comment above. I wrote something very similar! 😀

  • David F.

    Their cognitive dissonance level is so high that “they’ve gone plaid!” (Forgive the SpaceBalls reference -increase speed from ridiculous to ludicrous speed).

  • Steverino

    They should ditch the fucking nineteenth-century log cabin and get their asses into the twenty-first century.

    I am heartily sick of the word “conservative” being used as a euphemism for regressive politics and assholism. Especially from quislings who owe what civil rights advances and freedoms they enjoy to progressives and liberals. Talk about biting the hands that freed them.

    • Joseph Miceli

      “Oh please white rich ruling class…we want’ to be part of the “old boy” insider network ruling class too! We hate women, minorities and the poor and we have LOTS of money. Don’t let our love of ass fucking stand in the way of us getting into your club!”

      Those motherfuckers make me sick.

  • HZ81

    Genius strategy, gents: “No—you’re sexist!”

    Someone in the LCR think tank has a log jammed into their cerebellum.

  • LovesIrony

    I enjoy spending time with my husband, something your party wants to prohibit you stupid lackeys. put your vote where your heart is idiots, not where your wallet is.

    • GanymedeRenard

      That’s assuming they have a heart.

    • DaveW

      Sad it is one or the other

  • hiker_sf

    What goes around. . .

    “Sanders smeared as communist sympathiser as Clinton allies sling mud”


    • HZ81

      Oh, is that what’s going around? Really?

  • WhoDat

    I can’t take seriously an organization that endorses candidates that work to make their lives more difficult.

    • another_steve

      Even if you agree with the Republican Party’s position on small government, small taxes, and a large and aggressive military, how can you support a party that is almost unanimously focused on stripping your civil rights from you? From making it illegal to marry the person you love. From making it illegal to adopt the child you love.

      The disconnect in the brains of queer Republicans is really really something.

      • jmax

        …the person you love. …the child you love.

        You answered the question right there – they’re not worried about civil rights because they don’t love anybody but themselves and their money.

      • I don’t understand it either. Why support those who despise you? Who would like nothing more than to outlaw your very being, and for the more extremist among them, exterminate you like the vermin they feel you are?

        • Priya Lynn

          Stockholm syndrome.

      • Ninja0980

        Indeed, and any Republican that does support marriage equality has pretty much been driven out of office, Richard Hanna being the latest one.

      • MickinDetroit

        Well the defense/cognitive dissonance is that we need to form a winning coalition at the ballot box to enact those protections, not through the courts where a decision is enforced on an unwilling populace…. Its the same argument re: civil rights and public accommodations laws.

        It never seems to set in that minorities are usually the ones …you know.. IN THE MINORITY and “majority rules” type governance is exactly the tyranny of the majority the founders set out to avoid.

      • Vista-Cruiser

        The Republican Party may claim those positions, but in reality they support:
        – Big government: In people’s personal lives
        – Small taxes: For the wealthy only
        – Large and aggressive military: Mainly to benefit defense contractors

        • another_steve

          “Big government: In people’s personal lives”

          Excellent point. So many illustrations of that. Anti-abortion rights. Anti-LGBT rights. And the list goes on.

          To this day, the theofascist wing of their party (which is increasingly becoming the dominant wing) wants the return of state sodomy laws.

          Big government — in your bedroom.

      • DaveW

        Add to that I don’t want the huge military and bad education, healthcare Ignore the anti equality and they still are not conservative

        Borrow and spend, raise fees vs taxes, and corruption

        Art of me wantsbloomberg in, both parties are off on so much. It’s just one is wrong AND hateful.

      • CottonBlimp

        Queer Republicans are just another subsection of dumbass white racists voting against their own rights.

        There’s no more reason for poor farmers to vote Republican so they can lose their food stamps.

    • Friday

      I still think the Log Cabinboys would just rather spend their pieces of silver on oppressed f-toys than grow a clue or a social skill.

    • GanymedeRenard

      Librarian: “Here’s the section on masochism. Here’s the section on Stockholm syndrome. Enjoy your reading”.

  • JaniceInToronto

    And now, from the Planet Zooba, The Log Cabin Republicans this morning tweeted out a link to their letter to the editor of the Washington Post.

  • Gustav2

    Gee, when Cruz is the nominee, will they endorse him? I ‘m sure he is begging for the nod.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    These would be the same people who vote for people who think gay people are worthy of death and unworthy of civil rights and the right to keep their jobs and homes. Most people when talking about those their spouses have had sexual contact with aren’t know for being all lovely dovey about it. The LCR’s are self loathing men and it would be impossible to take anything they say with the slightest bit of respect or seriousness.

    • GanymedeRenard

      So true! But the LCRs are not self-loathing men exclusively. It’s sad that many of our lesbian sisters are Republican (take Mary Chaney for example), and the letter of this story was penned by a woman. 🙁

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        Okay, self loathing people. You’d have to be in order to belong to a “club” that thinks you’re a filthy sinner not worthy of full citizenship. You have to wonder what exactly went wrong in their lives that they hate themselves to this extent. Or maybe it’s just the brainwashing. In either case it’s sad, but I don’t have the time or the inclination to feel sorry for them.

        • GanymedeRenard

          I couldn’t agree more!

        • Joseph Miceli

          You know, when I’m nominating people for the “Roy Cohn” award I always mention Ken Mehlman or some other guy. I always forget about Mary Cheney. How sexist of me! I’m going to have to learn to be more inclusive in the future.

          • GayOldLady

            Mary Cheney!!!! She’s exasperating! I guess staying in line for the inheritance means more to her than Pride, although her father does support her marriage. Still, she needs to just jump on over the fence and leave those losers behind.

          • Joseph Miceli

            Yet she is active in Republican politics, or she was. I haven’t heard much about her since her sister stabbed her in the back in that failed attempt to get elected. Maybe she wised up.

          • GayOldLady

            Come to think of it, I haven’t heard much about her either.



    RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman

    • GanymedeRenard


    • Lumpy Gaga

      PSH really elevated that exposition/background crap to must-see YT.

  • colin payne

    Nothing like a club that has its members for members…

    • colin payne

      If you get my drift.

  • Corsair Tact

    JFC! THOSE are the references used? One from 1998 and one from 1992? This is 2016 people. Also: both references were contextually correct. I totes heart Monica but she did let herself be used and she was a bit wacky at the time. And, for better or worse, Hillary did stand by her mans after all…

  • Joe knows who I am.

    Log Cabin Republicans: Still Attempting To Be Relevant

    • LonelyLiberal

      And fortunately, still failing.

    • Friday

      They’re still begging to be some hater’s ‘My Gay Friends That All Agree With My Bigotry.’ 🙂

      • Priya Lynn


  • CCleverly

    Didn’t this old group die off in favor of GoPride?

    • Gustav2

      The opposite happened. GoPride were TeaFolk and really on the outside of the Party. LP is on the inside doing the grunt work of congressional assistants, Party numbers crunchers and ego boosters.

      • TimCA

        I’d do a slight revamp of your statement adding that LP wants desperately to be on the inside but never quite making it.

        • Gustav2

          They do the work, but have zero power.

          • Political slaves, who keep waiting for the party to free them and elevate them to equal standing. Which will happen in the year, NEVER!

          • Gustav2

            They are the gay menservants of the Party. Like a good valet or ladies maid they never let the candidate or office holder wear the wrong tie or the wrong skirt length. Generally have no kids (not as much now) and are available 24/7 to do the things that could be assigned to an intern, but may need discretion.

  • barrixines

    Isn’t “log cabin” a euphemism for an outhouse?

    • I thought it was pancake syrup.

      • LonelyLiberal

        Really, it’s mostly cheap corn glop that masquerades as if it were real pancake syrup.

        Oh. Yeah. That’s kind of accurate…

        • It’s a memory of my childhood. We had a large, metal can (like what you see turpentine or thinner in today). I remember it was so large, the people who tried to raise me kept it under the sink.

          • LonelyLiberal

            My father was an engineer and forester/lumberman, so All Things Related To Trees were discussed in our house. Plus he was up north enough that pure maple syrup was a staple in our house.

            One rapidly gets spoiled. What most people call pancake/waffle syrup is crap and, lacking access to the same quality he could get, I tend to skip it and not eat waffles. I’ve been ruined.

          • DaveW

            Sadly this “what most peoe call” trope is too often true. Why would anyone have breakfast out and accept corn syrup? I would never so pay for it, but “most people” have ruined everything by accepting the cheap crap “central marketing” has decided we will

            This is why we have huge cable and phone bills Most people don’t fight back.

            I do and have never had non maple syrup. No reason to accept the crap this country dishes out

            We should all demand quality in everything’s we buy. We should price shop. We should a la cart cable and phone to death. We should buy antique furniture vs ikea crap! And we should all right now STOP BUYING CHEMICALS IN LIEU OF FOOD

            The whole country will improve and maybe the corner store will come back. (And, no, Walmart does not sell appropriate clothing)

      • barrixines

        Crepe house or crap house – potaytoes potahtoes.

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  • bambinoitaliano

    There’s nothing the GOP can accuse the opposition with. They owned and monopolized all the ism.

  • Ninja0980

    Who cares what these selfish pricks think?

  • delk

    Of course Carley is not sexist, she invited boys and girls to her Botanical Abortion Brain Washing.

  • Are they really rallying around anti-gay (but formerly having gay friends wtf) Carly Fiorino? Not really. They’re faux-supporting her to bash Hillary because that’s what American politics has become. It’s not about being FOR something. It’s about being against someone and dragging some other issue or person along to make a point, even if you don’t like the point or issue that’s being used. It’s insanity.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Or how Ms. Clinton degraded other betrayed wives, mocking the pathetic,
    proverbial “little woman standing by [her] man like Tammy Wynette.”

    The LCR: “Stand By Your Man” on the streets, “It’s Raining Men” in the sheets.

  • Harley

    “stereotyped 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky as a “narcissistic loony toon,””. If the shoe fits. Also at the time she was a wife who’s husband cheated on her in a big way. Yea, I’ld be a little bitter too.

    • Priya Lynn

      Yes, I think she can be forgiven for a little animosity towards Monica.

  • Bad Tom

    One huuuuuge difference: Clinton allegedly said those things in private.

    Fiorina definitely said the statements attributed to her in public, political interviews.

  • josephsinger

    Isn’t the Log Cabin Republicans like Jews for Hitler?

  • Galvestonian

    Do these moronic idiots even realize what will happen if Republicans get to be the POTUS ? Do they even think beyond their bank accounts ? LGBT equality would be set back 100 years. We’re be in WWIII in a week. More jobs sourced to third world countries, thousands of Federal Regulations tossed out, poisoned meds, pet food, baby food, vegetables, meats, malfunctioning vehicles, the transportation infrastructure falling down (bridges collapsing, expensive roads & bridges to no-where, crooked defense industries supplying flawed and faulty material to our military. Doesn’t ANYBODY remember the last REPUBLICAN administration – “Good Job, Brownie” disaster. Holy Shit, people – get yourself together, Republican Log Cabineers…you just can’t be that stupid.

    • Tor

      “Do they even think beyond their bank accounts?”
      That’s the answer to all questions, right there.

  • Scott Holcomb

    Here’s what people won’t say or admit: She’s a woman. No woman should be President. If we elected a woman as President we would appear weak. We are macho America where white men rule the roost. Doesn’t matter if they have communist leanings, adhere to socialism, or outright lie just to gain headlines and stay in the front of the pack. As long as its a man then we’re good with that. That’s what people are thinking. They won’t admit it and they’ll come up with every possible justification they can – call her untrustworthy, a sexist, a piece of sh*t, anything to make her look bad. American voters disgust me, men and women, that they would resort to such low handed sexism tactics themselves. If Bernie Sanders is the Democratic nominee you can chalk up the Presidency to Trump easily because half the Democratic voters will just quietly stay home. They won’t say anything, they’ll just not vote.

  • TJay229

    And who here values ANYTHING that a member of Log Cabin Idiots has to say…?

  • SLK in SF

    I’m inclined to take this claim seriously. After all, they would know. ;-p

  • TheManicMechanic

    Gay Republicans. There’s the whole problem right there. Most of them take their little BDSM fantasies out of the bedroom and into real life as they fall behind people that humiliate and debase them, soaking in squirmy glee all the way.

  • 2amor

    Do these people think they are relevant in any way?

  • Elsewhere1010

    Everybody Else: Log Cabin Republicans are a bit doolally.

    • Helen Damnation ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Ok, Googled it. What followed, is this:

  • Lindoro Almaviva

    Not interested. Not bothered by what a bunch of fagots with too little self respect have to say about anyone.

  • 1Truth1

    Log cabin republicans are like Black KKK members. Weird.

  • oikos


  • GayOldLady

    There has never been a woman who had something nice to say about the “other woman”. All Hillary’s take on Bill’s infidelity partner proves is that she is a normal woman.

  • Mark

    Log Cabin Republicans?? More like Outhouse Shit Eaters.

    • Helen Damnation ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Dallas, Texas is full of them. Never drive THROUGH Dallas; take a bypass, or the back country roads. You have been warned.

      • Mark

        Most of ’em hang out at that little A-list fag hot spot on Lemmon Ave in boyztown. They like to stand out on the balcony sporting their best “Dynasty” pose. They’re pretty easy to pick out as their opening line is either “How much do you make?” or “Which Lexus do you drive?”

  • Tempus Fuggit

    Consider how she slut-shamed and stereotyped 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky as a “narcissistic loony toon,”

    Okeh, I’ll bite; how exactly does “narcissistic loony toon” qualify as slut-shaming?

  • TampaDink

    Don’t these people have a Canadian/Cuban cock to be sucking on?

  • DaveMiller135

    Shouldn’t they, as conservatives, be in favor of her being sexist? I can’t keep up.

  • Paige Turner

    The Log Cabin republicans are perhaps the most scary kind of right winger that there is. Self loathing and voting for people who hate them in the desperate attempt to be accepted as one of them. Almost as bad a Gay people demanding that the Catholic church accept them.

    These institutions would have us killed if they could and have said so.

    All the GOP field are anti-gay and don’t shy away from it. How can a gay person in good conscience support their abuser?

    Give it up.

  • JCF

    Hey, LCR: you’re more “splinters” than logs. Just one more thing:


  • cleos_mom

    Speaking of narcissistic loony toons….

  • Robert Adams

    What is the difference between the Log Cabin Republicans and any other run-of-the-mill self-loathing masochists?