Leola McConnell, Liberal Democratic Candidate for Nevada Governor, On George W. Bush
June 4, 2006Las VegasThis Monday, George W. Bush will address the nation, calling for a constitional amendment to ban gay marriage. If he does not admit that he's a gay American (or perhaps bisexual), this speech will be as false as all his other public statements.
Too bad I won't be doing the rebuttal. In 1984 I watched George W. Bush enthusiastically and expertly perform a homosexual act on another man, one Victor Ashe.
Ashe is the current U.S. ambassador to Poland; and he too should come out, like former New Jersey Gov. James McGreevy, and admit to being a gay American.
Other homo-erotic acts were also performed by then-private citizen George W. Bush. I know this because I performed one of them on him myself.
My full account of this activity is on-line at bushssecretlifein84.tripod.com, which has been up for nearly two years now. Bush's sex life should, of course, be no one's business but his own; however, his craven effort to reverse his slide in the opinion polls by using the "Defense of Marriage Act" to divide Americans must be exposed as the act of a desperate closet case.
Before impugning the humanity of gays who seek to marryjust as he was free to marryBush should come clean with the American people and admit his own past sexual behavior. He should admit that he violated his own marriage vows by having a furtive homosexual affair with a longtime family friend.
I had planned to run for governor of Nevada without going into any of this, but the president's hypocrisy compels me to go public with the story now, before he tries to do more harm to millions of his fellow-citizens.
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