Comments

  1. sjaeger says

    well, tap my foot in the stall Not another one!!!! Was it harassment because he couldn’t handle the concept of a queer sleeping in on of his home’s bed or a sincere desire to enjoy the man’s gear while he was sleeping. What’s that kink called again?

  2. Clayton Manning says

    It’s no secret that Dan is gay. Everyone in Springfield knows it. He may as well be “best friends and roommates” with Aaron Schock

  3. Wavin' Dave says

    Well…with two delicious pieces of ham like that, the sexual tension must surely sizzle!
    Why don’t the guys caught in these news sensationals ever look like the ads that scroll by them?
    I think “Ugly Seeks Ugly” would be fine. And end of story.

  4. Ted says

    He said/He said. Move along. Nothing to see hear. Why would you wait so long before saying something publicly if this situation bothered you that much? Weird.

  5. says

    Guys! Rutherford is pretty much the best not out Republican gay politician you can ask for, has supported IL gay community, he just happens to still be a Republican. Not a bad guy. Not someone who’s supported antigay legislation. Also supported statewide gay groups. Don’t be so kneejerk!

  6. TANK says

    Tank is just hoping that those guys aren’t really gay because they really are awful-looking. There is nothing sexy about either one of those pitiful, middle-aged bores.

  7. SpaceCadet says

    Um, not all gay guys look like Abercrombie models or Matthew Bomer. If anything, these two men are an accurate reflection that gay guys cover the entire spectrum of looks just the same as straight people. Who would have thought!?!

  8. UrbaneMike says

    @Joe Bua. Yes, as far as Illinois Republicans go he is more acceptable. And yes, everyone in the political and media sphere here knows Rutherford is gay. His bigger problem is that he just lost ALL credibility last night when he denied being gay on camera. So he now has to fight this possibly false allegation while everyone knows he just lied on camera last night. Bad strategy if your goal is to be the truth purveyor.

  9. Fester says

    Who ever heard of such a thing as an overnight office retreat at the boss’s house? If there was such a thing, that’s highly suspicious.