“I think that we’ve proven that both parents are important in the success of a family so, no, I don’t believe in gay adoption.”
Younger voters in particular, who have been raised in a world of Will & Grace and Ellen have become increasingly intolerant of intolerance.
Is Goff trying to suggest that, far from being mere light-hearted entertainment, these programs are effective propaganda for the gay agenda? Just a few years ago, as I recall, scorn and ridicule were sure to rain down on any conservative who dared suggest there was even such a thing as a “gay agenda,” much less accused Hollywood of promoting it. Now that the triumph of “tolerance” is a fait accompli, I guess liberals don’t mind discussing their sitcoms-as-subversion strategy.
Goff says reactions to McCain’s quote “highlight a fundamental problem for John McCain as he tries to formulate a winning strategy for November: How to win an election decided by voters in the middle, while continuing to pander to voters on the right.”
He’s already made his pitch to La Raza and gone over the fence on global warming, so it’s hard to see what’s stopping Maverick from switching sides on gay adoption. But liberals never condemn support for their pet causes as “pandering.”
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