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It is not surprising that a man who pursues political dominance might also pursue sexual dominance of not just women, but of other men. After all, what could be more "dominant" than for one man to sexually impose himself on another?

The political strategist who put George W. Bush in the white house was Karl Rove. Bush's pet name for Rove is "turdblossom." Male homosexuals often give their intimates nicknames with anal connotations. Rove appears to have been one of Bush's lovers.

Victor Ashe is another Bush intimate. Leola McConnell, former dominatrix, prostitute and Liberal Democratic Candidate for Governor of Nevada said in 2006, "In 1984 I watched George W. Bush enthusiastically and expertly perform a homosexual act on another man, one Victor Ashe." Ashe was Bush's college roommate at Yale. Ashe later went on to become the mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee, and in 2004 Bush appointed him Ambassador to Poland.

Jeff Gannon seems to have been one of Bush's favorites for a while. Gannon was a former male prostitute who, working as a "reporter" during part of Bush's tenure, had open access to Bush press conferences despite the lack of an adequate background check.

The Mudcat Pages, Homosexuality in the White House 23 Comments [12/18/2011 9:31:50 AM]
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derpmaster

I would utterly not care if any of this was true at all. A personal first since I've been reading CSTDT.

12/18/2011 9:47:25 AM

Flah

A liberal conspiracy nut! How refreshing to see someone besides Obama being attacked.

12/18/2011 10:45:02 AM



Actually, if you check the source, you'll find that Obama's being attacked, too.

12/18/2011 10:52:37 AM

Reynardine

As Arte Johnson's little Nazi character used to say: Very interesting, but stupid (P. S.: Dirty stories about Andover boys were common currency until they went co-ed)

12/18/2011 11:22:02 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Just because this is against Bush does not make it not a conspiracy theory. (And if it were consistent, the site would be accusing every president of being gay.) Besides, the homophobia would make it fundie in any case.

12/18/2011 11:45:20 AM

Percy Q. Shunn


12/18/2011 12:37:58 PM

shykid

Reads like depraved political slash fanfiction. You need a new hobby.

12/18/2011 1:09:29 PM

Doubting Thomas

You know, usually I want to point out the falsities in conspiracy theories, but this is one I actually want to be true.

12/18/2011 1:53:16 PM

J. James

And that's just terrible.

12/18/2011 3:35:27 PM

dfmfundies

I take a back seat to no one in opposition to and dislike of the Shrub, but even I don't think he's gay.

12/18/2011 6:23:15 PM

ShadowNet

A conservative homosexual conspiracy where secret gay lovers were given special post. (Yawn.) It's actually more likely than any other theory here and has actually been done before and proven (not with G W, though.)

I guess the issue is that they would been vehemently against human rights and used their power to promote their gay lovers as a means to silence them from coming out to the public.

12/18/2011 7:11:03 PM

J. James

@Flah

Huh. You're right, there's practically no such thing as a Liberal conspiracy theorist anymore. The Right has even stolen the old bastion of Liberal Conspiracies, the 9/11 """"Truth"""" movement.

Speaking of, almost all the people on FSTDT and RSTDT are right-wing too. To the point where if a liberal one shows up, people are shocked and note it mostly on the merit of being from a liberal.

What gives? Are they spiking the punchbowl at the GOP Caucuses or something? The country is roughly 50:50 Democrat/Republican, so we should theoretically see much more liberal entries(coming from the USA, of course). But that clearly isn't the case. So, Flah, and everyone else, what do you think it is? Is it that 1: FSTDT is horribly biased or somehow there's a barrier for liberals to spout crazy shit, or 2: there's really something up with the Right Wing? Personally, I think it's a bit of both.

Well, in any case, I'm off to find some more liberal conspiracy nuttiness to help solve this balance problem.

12/18/2011 9:59:40 PM

aaa

Okay, this slash-fic shit is just creepy.

12/18/2011 10:55:13 PM

Raised by Horses

I have only one question:

"Mudcat"?

12/19/2011 1:15:26 AM

\m/>_<\m/

this gave me one hell of a case of the giggles. i'd say [citation needed] but, it would just deter from the sheer hilarity of it all!

12/19/2011 11:49:14 AM

Comrade Potatovich

@J. James - Well, the Truthers were the complete nutters when a Republican was in the White House, and now they've got a Democrat in there, so yeah.

12/19/2011 2:08:38 PM

Giardano Bruno

Does the USA not have libel laws?

12/19/2011 2:53:52 PM

Fizzy

The US does in fact have libel laws but, fittingly for the old ideals, are hard to use against this kind of mindless drivel. In most states, for instance, you have to prove real damages. People would have to take this stuff seriously, for a start.

12/19/2011 3:32:46 PM

J. James

@Comrade Potatovich

That makes all kinds of sense. The Dems have been in power, so naturally the conspiracy nonsense and fanatical chicanery has been coming from the Right. Wow... I guess that Fundyism depends largely on which way the wind's blowing.

12/19/2011 4:23:02 PM



Ok, what about lesbians and their inclusion in porn?. Just a thought.

12/20/2011 4:35:11 AM

Dr. Razark

This is showing up now? Didn't this speculation die off back in 2005?

12/20/2011 8:26:31 AM

Comrade Potatovich

@J. James

A perfect showcase of left/liberal fundieism is one of my favourite albums, Nine Inch Nails' "Year Zero". Definitely worth checking out, or if industrial rock isn't your thing, read the lyrics.

12/21/2011 12:03:57 PM

Wayte

....I'm sorry, WHAT?! I feel like I just walked into a conversation at one of those parts that sounds awkward without context. But like, that feeling on steroids

12/29/2011 6:02:42 PM
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