Tuesday, June 5, 2012

The Wrap-Up: June 5, 2012

Today, Wisconsinites will decide if Gov Scott Walker is worthy of remaining the state's governor.

Texas is giving Florida a run for its money when it comes to purging eligible voters from the rolls.

The Republican Party of North Carolina has enshrined homophobia into its official platform. This state is regressing back into the 50's.

Mitt Romney's senior campaign adviser says that women's issues are merely political distractions, which makes sense because a mere 50% of the populace is female.

Rick Santorum has some really big news coming up late this week. I can only hope it's that he's unblocking me on Twitter.

It's really sad that courts have to rule on whether or not "gay" constitutes slander, but they do.

A judge in St. Petersburg, Russia ruled that bans on gay events are unlawful.

Hundreds of Mormons from "Mormons Building Bridges" marched in Utah's Gay Pride Parade.

And lastly, it looks like the GOP is looking for a major image update. Personally, I suggest they start by getting rid of Boehner and Cantor.

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