I read the announcement that he was filing papers, but I’ve always waited for the actual announcement. In this case, that was apparently made on an extreme rightwing site that still bears the name of its dead founder. No wonder I missed that.
I was also busy with work and that thing called “real life” at the time, and that was far more important than yet another “WHO?” announcing a political campaign he’ll never succeed at. So, even if I hadn’t been so busy, I might have ignored him, anyway.
Actually, why should I have bothered about him? He’s just another radical right fundamentalist Christian—as if there weren’t already enough of them running for the Republican nomination, right? A Roman Catholic news amalgamation website said in their headline to their post about him that he’s a “staunch supporter of ‘Christian values’”, and it’s hard to argue that assessment, given the evidence presented in the post they shared. Clearly, he’s a dime a dozen among Republican
This means, of course, that he opposes a woman’s right to choose (Duh! He’s a Republican—it’s a requirement!), and, as The Advocate reported, he hasn’t repudiated his staunchly anti-gay record. Pretty ordinary in that respect, too, then.
His campaign has not yet fired even one cylinder, as he hasn’t even managed to snag an invite to CNN’s televised “debate” of Republican
Still, because he did enter the race, let’s play our little game. Gilmore is 65, an age that puts him in the older bunch of the Republican
Gilmore may not be the first Republican
There, my job is done. I mentioned him. That’s more than enough—far more than enough. There are real Republican