Mary Cheney: Q is for Quisling
So Mary has finally decided to speak out. Now it’s her turn: Now that the campaign is safely over, now that her unapologetic lesbianism won’t confuse, enrage, and/or discourage the thousands of so-called “values voters” that helped to put her father in office.
If her father weren't vice president, would she still be a Republican? Cheney says she doesn't like to answer "hypothetical questions.”
Okay…no hypotheticals. Let’s get real, then. Why are you a Republican, Mary? What benefits can possibly outweigh the fact that the party shuns you? What basic ideological principles do you share with Sam Brownback and Rick Santorum? How do you rationalize your explicit agreement with James Dobson, whose Focus on the Family insists that “with the right information, the right strategy, and God's help, we can prevent homosexuality?”
I won’t link to FoF because I think they’re full of shit, but here’s a fairly representative statement:
Like many other adult problems, homosexuality begins at home. Mom and Dad are key players. Research from the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality states, ‘One hundred percent of the research participants stated their father/father figure was distant, uninvolved in their upbringing, frightening and unapproachable."
Wow…100%, huh? Perhaps your dad would like to respond to these rather damning statistics:
“Go fuck yourself, lee!”
Back at ya, big guy. And you can go fuck yourself too, Mary, for standing mute when it mattered. Good luck with the book sales, though. Really.