A Serious Question: Are There ANY Male Republican Officeholders Who Aren’t Gay?

Well, other than David Vitter and Newt Gingrich that is.

Receipts from embattled Southaven Mayor Greg Davis reveal that he had the city pay for wide-ranging expenses including thousands of dollars worth of liquor, expensive dinners at a local restaurant and a visit to an adult store catering to gay men while on a recruitment trip to Canada.

As details emerged Thursday from the receipts, provided by state auditors to Southaven aldermen and subsequently obtained by The Commercial Appeal, Davis conceded publicly for the first time in an interview with The CA that he is gay and has struggled to keep the issue from affecting his public life as mayor of Mississippi’s third-largest city.

Oh yes I am SHOCKED!!! Shocked, I say!!!!!

You mean that neither Vicksburg nor Gulfport nor Biloxi is Mississippi’s third-largest city?!?!?!?!?

I am shocked at that!

But the existence of yet another Family Values Fag?

As for the receipts, Davis, a Republican who ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 2008 on a conservative, family-values platform, said he couldn’t discuss specifics on the advice of his attorney.

Yawn.  (Having said that, though, I’m presuming that former openly gay Democratic Texas State Rep. Glen Maxey’s new book about Rick Perry will be an interesting read.)

2 Responses to A Serious Question: Are There ANY Male Republican Officeholders Who Aren’t Gay?

  1. That’s a good question Let’s go to a few gay bars in DC’s Dupont Circle and elsewhere and yell “Where the closeted Republicans at?”

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