August 26, 2010 by Post Team
While some are backing George W. Head Bush ‘s campaign in favor of admitting he is gay, liberal bloggers are hitting Mehlman for anti-gay policies supported under the former president.
Even the former chief Mehlman was nice. Former Republican National Committee chairman, President Bush said the policy was “incredibly supportive” of what comes out.
Moreover, the reaction was not so rosy.
Jevris Joe, a gay activist and blogger, Mehlman against Roy Cohn, a lawyer who stayed in the closet, but he joined Senator Joseph McCarthy in the selection of gays in the 1950s.
“Gee thanks,” seething Jervis. “That is like offering to help rebuild a home when you were the f — er who helped Burn It Down.”
Activist blogger Mike Rogers wants an apology from Mehlman, according to the Atlantic. Rogers called the director of the “terribly homophobic.”
“I know Ken regrets for being the architect of the Bush reelection campaign in 2004.”
Some conservatives, including former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie, were more supportive, but reaffirmed his beliefs.
“I think most Republicans and I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman, and still believes that,” said
Gillespie. “We are proud of Mr. Mehlman for sharing your truth and representation of our community, and wish him best of luck.”
Mehlman, 43, Atlantic said on Wednesday it took him “43 years to feel comfortable with this part” of his life.
When rumors of their sexual orientation prior to the surface, he told several reporters that they were false.
But not all activists crashed Mehlman. Steven Petrow, former president of the National Le****n and Gay Journalists Association, praised him in the Huffington Post for having the courage “to be honest about their identity,” adding that the community should have empathy for him.
Mehlman said he wants to defend gay marriage. He has already helped to raise and 750,000 for the cause. Mehlman said he still appeal to republican values.
“I hope that we, as game fans would welcome gays and lsbns. I also believe that there must be, in the gay community, [strong bipartisan support for the rights and marriage].”
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