NOT A GAY BONE IN HIS BODY . . . | A Damsel in Distress

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

NOT A GAY BONE IN HIS BODY . . .

Posted By on Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 5:07 PM


 

South Carolina’s Lt. Governor, Andre Bauer, is not gay. He brought up how not gay he is back in June, though nobody had asked. Here it is September and he’s more not gay than ever.

 

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Bauer’s a 40 year old bachelor who’s always run an anti-gay Christian right “pro-family values” campaign. He wants Mark Sanford’s Governor gig ever since Mark cheated on Jenny and his four boys by flying to Argentina on the taxpayers’ dime to pork his pampas poon “soul mate,” Maria Belen Chapur.

 

Unhappily for Bauer, on August 31 BlogActive’s Mike Rogers, with a 100% accurate record outing closeted gay politicians running anti-gay Christian campaigns, outed Andre Bauer here.

 

“Spot the Gay,” as Razorbabies know, is Central Arkansas’ favorite monthly pasttime with every issue of “Inviting Arkansas and Soirée.”

 

Does Andre Bauer look gay to you?

 

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Well, he’s NOT, we’re assured today by Republican state senator Jake Knotts on CNN.

 

"I have known Andre since he was 8 years old. Ain't a homosexual bone in his body. That boy is a good boy. It's just an attempt to prevent Andre from becoming governor."

 

So there.

 

Got gaydar, Razorbabies?

 

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