Bill Simon's Queer Principles

The self-described courageous GOP gubernatorial candidate wants gays to keep quiet while they give him money and votes

If the Register's Greenhut is bothered by his candidate's fluttering principles on gays or abortion or oil drilling or child care, he isn't saying; it has been five months since he last wrote a column about Simon. In November 2001, however, Greenhut explained (with eerie anticipation) that it is "far better to have a losing party committed to some principles worth defending than a winning party that is no different from the opposition."

Sorry, Steven. In this election, you have neither a principled nor a winning candidate.

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