Wednesday, April 18, 2012

'Don't Say Gay' Rises from the Dead

Posted by on Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 3:01 AM

Honestly, one begins to wonder if the Republican leadership is having some issues with the rank and file. First we learned that the guns-in-parking-lots bill, which we were assured was not happening, has made it out of committee in the House. Now word is that Don't Say Gay, which was supposed to have been usurped by the Hand-Holding Leads to Sex bill, is back from the dead in the House's well.

Steven Hale will have more details here soon. In the meantime, over on Twitter, Trace Sharp asks:

Are we just going to have to set up an office in Nashville for the Daily Show and the Colbert Report?

Who knew the Republican commitment to jobs was just a commitment to keeping late-night television comedians employed?

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