Attacking this epic cunt makes me feel better. What would you do to this gay man who fought so hard to take away our rights?
Have you seen "We Need To Talk About Kevin", OP? If so, do you remember the scene where the woman asks the sociopath's mother if she's having a good day, and then strikes are so hard in the face that her nose gushes with blood?
That's what I'd do to Ken if I saw him on the street.
About a month ago, someone claimed that gays spit on him when he goes out.
He's on my list of "Graves I want to piss on." It includes the graves of hate mongers Jerry Falwell, George Rekers, and James Dobson.
Let's not forget the guy who stopped progress toward gay equality for ten years. We owe him!
Nothing. The guy finally came around, people gave him a lot of shit and now it's time to move on. At least until he goes for the next Republican bad idea.
R5 is either Ken Mehlman or a straight troll.
"Giving someone shit" does not undo or rectify the prevention of thousands of gay marriages.
[quote]The guy finally came around, people gave him a lot of shit and now it's time to move on.
Just like Hitler, r5! Adolf liked art, architecture, and fine music and he gave us the idea for our Interstate highway system. Why can't we just forget what else he did. It's time to move on. Thanks for your valuable input.
I always preferred his uncle, Larry "Bud" Mehlman.
Will Baba Wawa being dating him now?
I'd say that his hideously deformed ugliness is punishment enough... but it's not.
When the Supreme Court knocks down all anti-gay marriage laws, will Ken Mehlman try to take credit for the decision?
He already is trying to take credit. He's been interviewed multiple times in front of the Supreme Court today
He's really pushing himself to be a gay hero. From now until the SCOTUS decision, he'll be attempting to get media coverage.
We should have cage matches where gay guys who used to support Republicans fight it out. And datalounge gives the thumbs up or thumbs down.
I read that some gay people spit on him when he goes out. That's not something I would do. It's not enough. I'd pick up a drink and pour it on his head.
Saw a lovely interview with him on MSNBC with Thomas Roberts these past couple of days, about the Supreme Court hearings. When Roberts asked Melman if he had marriage plans of his own, he said (something like), "no, but if you've got any phone numbers I'll take them."
Fat chance, you piece of shit.