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Newsweek Cover: 'The First Gay President'

Wolfman 2012/05/14 07:08:36
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Newsweek Cover   The First Gay President

The May 21, 2012, issue of Newsweek (used with permission of the publisher).


"‘Let the games begin," Tina Brown said last week after Time Magazine released its controversial breastfeeding cover.


Brown, whose tenure as editor at Newsweek has seen an array of
controversial covers, will respond with the above, pegged to Andrew
Sullivan's piece on Obama's support for same-sex marriage: "The First
Gay President."


The magazine is currently available on iTunes.

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  • jeane 2012/05/15 04:01:46
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    VOTE FOR ME AND I'LL SET YOU FREE - OBAMA!!
  • Wolfman jeane 2012/05/15 15:26:11
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    Obie is pandering and desperate. Thank you for your comment.
  • DM Twin 2012/05/14 15:30:18
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    Obama is really Gay...His marriage to the angry Wookie is a sham....Reggie Love , Larry Sinclair and Bill Frist to name but a few are his Gay boyfirends....But like " pretending " to be a Christian while actually being a Muslim...He will never " come out"....The Little Woos .
  • Wolfman DM Twin 2012/05/15 03:56:26
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    The evidence seems to be mounting to support your case.
  • Michael 2012/05/14 09:03:47
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    it is a nod to christ portraits, how presumptious.
  • Wolfman Michael 2012/05/14 14:32:19
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    You're right. Thanks for answering.
  • DJPanicDC 2012/05/14 08:43:31
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    Much like Clinton being "black"
    I find in annoying bigoted and condescending, since it essentially assigns the title to anyone with empathy for anyone else
  • Wolfman DJPanicDC 2012/05/14 08:50:53
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    Thank you for responding.
  • jeane DJPanicDC 2012/05/15 04:01:09
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    Empathy or pandering?
  • DJPanicDC jeane 2012/05/17 00:04:49
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    Either way

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