1. please says

    Stopped clock.

    Mitt conveniently “forgot” what he may have done to the gender nonconforming boy at Cranbrook School.

    I suspect, also, that the color of Mitt’s hair, slong with that of his wife, ain’t natural.

  2. says

    Like Mitt Romney? How so, Bosie? Since when is reporting something someone says (or tweets) an endorsement? He’s still anti-gay. He just happens to be right on this bill (looking at it from a business perspective, no doubt) and that is worth noting. Nothing more, nothing less.

  3. JonnyNYNY2FLFL says

    Don’t forget, many religions hate each other as much as they hate heathens.

    Morons are despised more than most, you know, because of all that other stuff they added to the “one true Bible”.

    They are vulnerable to SB1062 too.

    Doesn’t feel so good when the shoe is on the other foot, does it Mitt?

  4. Chicago says

    Yes he wants to be relevant. What he did @Cranbrook was hateful and a longtime ago. Are his motives pure as we would like? Hell No! Someone on the right has to save the GOP from the crazie radicals invading their Country Club. On this we can find common ground/grass. We need a dialogue.

  5. JonnyNYNY2FLFL says


    I see in my above post I mistakenly typed “Morons” instead of “Mormons”.

    I swear to God (whom I doubt actually exists) that I wasn’t trying to be cute. However, it could definitely be chalked up as a Freudian Slip, or maybe, the devil made me do it.

  6. UFFDA says

    JOHNNY – you just can’t help being cute. Neither can Romney – who really is a handsome man. That and his pro-gay (that’s what it is) stand now in AZ, plus being a Mormon, which at least puts him near the ballpark on multiple marriages, means I’m offering my hand in marriage, if he’ll have me. But will he be more obedient to me than to the Church Authorities, that’s the question?

  7. says

    @ JonnyNYNY2FLFL I had to re-read it and realized you meant Mormons and took it as a Freudian slip. I laughed. Mormons are cow dung to me after they funneled over 8 million dollars into California in support of Prop 8. I’ll never forgive them for that.

  8. FFS says

    This is a power play from the GOP establishment. Sometimes they have to relax their opposition to doing the right thing in order to keep the far-right crazies from sinking the boat. Mittens is the pin sent to pop the tea baggers’ balloon.

    If the camera panned down, I’d bet you could still see Reince Priebus’ spittle on Thurston Howell’s expensive, Italian shoes.

  9. deke says

    The GOP ought to run him with Sarah Palin. Both are known losers who appear to be carved out of cream cheese. The rest of their possibilities keep imploding. Excitement is building.

  10. EchtKultig says

    “@BOSIE — The only hater here is you. They reported what Romney said. That’s it.

    Posted by: Gigi | Feb 25, 2014 7:32:48 PM”

    Actually what Towleroad is reporting is the Republican party tearing itself apart and eating its own entrails, which is a delicious (no pun intended) sight.

  11. Beezer says

    I do not understand how Mitt Romney can think discriminating against gay people based on religious views when it comes to marriage rights is okay, but not this? Hypocrisy abounds.

  12. Hawthorne says

    Could we possibly set aside the snark and bitterness for a moment and just be thankful that someone in the Republican party leadership spoke out against the AZ bill? Who cares what prompted Romney to urge Brewer veto the bill? He spoke out against it – that’s what matters.

  13. EchtKultig says

    No, we can’t because in his heart of hearts (the one that isn’t robotic) Mittens fully approves of the spirit of this law. Remember, he donated $10,000 to Prop 8. It just so happens that stuff like this makes Republicans look SO odious that it will sway independents and moderates against them. It’s hilarious seeing them try to balance the kray kray in their party (never knew I’d have a chance to use that expression) with, well, sanity.

  14. FFS says

    @Hawthorne: Only a lickspittle would accept this move at face value, without a care to the ulterior motives behind it.

    In short: No, that’s not all that matters.

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