Saturday, March 16, 2013

GOProud Honorary Chair Slams Transgender Women Out of Nowhere

In case you ever thought that gay Republicans weren't completely self-sacrificing... Their absolute hero, Ann Coulter, said something very awkward during a Fox News hit-job on Sen. Feinstein's Assault Weapons Ban legislation:
“I used to think women just shouldn’t be able to vote. Now, I think at least liberal women should not be able to hold office, and by woman I do not mean to limit that to the biological sense.  - Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter herself is repeatedly teased and insulted for having physical characteristics that are atypical of her gender, so one would think that she would be more sensitive to the issue.

GOProud is an offshoot of the Log Cabin Republicans (an LGBT friendly political group) and their President Jimmy LaSalvia named Ann Coulter as "Honorary Chair" of the group in 2011. 

Of course, the intended topic of discussion on the Sean Hannity show was supposed to be the debate between Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) about the feasibility of banning what are known as 'assault weapons'.  That conversation went something like this:

How The Mighty Have Fallen

Florida's Republican Lt. Governor Has Resigned Amid 2nd Major Controversy While Marco Rubio Continues His Assault on What He calls "Freeloaders".

Illegal internet gambling ring falsely led patrons to believe that their money was being directed to a charity for veterans... Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll (R-FL) created "Veterans of the World" scheme which may have even redirected millions of illegal dollars into Governor Rick Scott's campaign coffers:
NPR - FLA Lt. Gov. Resigns During Probe of Supposed Internet Cafes

Meanwhile, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) says that liberals and Democrats are America's "freeloaders" while touting a highly falsified account of his own personal struggle to pull himself up by his bootstraps and stay afloat: - Marco Rubio tells CPAC: "liberals are freeloaders"

In contrast to what he has previously claimed, Marco Rubio has never lived in meager circumstances and has always been well above "middle class".  The most recent sale of one his properties is far pricier than anything a middle-class Floridian could ever hope to purchase:

Miami Herald: One of Marco Rubio's Not-So-Humble Homes Made More Money in 1 Month than Average Floridian Will Make in a Year.