Monday, April 27, 2015


Ian Reisner, one of the two gay hoteliers facing boycott calls for hosting an event for Senator Ted Cruz, who is adamantly opposed to same-sex marriage, apologized to the gay community for showing “poor judgment.” 

"Next time," Reisner promised, "I promise to sell out my fellow gays without it getting into the papers."

The Clinton Foundation's acting chief executive admitted on Sunday that the charity had made mistakes on how it listed government donors on its tax returns and said it was working to make sure it does not happen in the future. 

"And by future," he added, "I mean after Hillary's second term."

On Saturday night, former President George W. Bush criticized Pres. Obama on foreign policy. Bush said that if you have a military goal and you mean it, “You call in your military and say ‘What’s your plan?’"

"That's what I did when we invaded Iraq," Bush said. "And do you know what they told me? Because I wish to hell I knew."

Timothy Simons, who plays White House liaison Jonah Ryan on the HBO series “Veep”, threw his support behind former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley over Hillary Clinton for president.

"I'm honored," O'Malley responded, "to have the support of an actor that your average person couldn't identify under penalty of death."

In an interview over the weekend, GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio says there is no constitutional right to gay marriage.

"Fortunately," he added, "there's no constitutional right for a dimwitted one-term Senator with a bad comb-over not to run for president, either."


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