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Picture of the Day: Tommy Sowers & Sunday School

June 24th, 2010 by MarkTwain · No Comments


Now We Know Why Sowers Doesn’t Want to End “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

FiredUp Missouri & Liberal Tommy Sowers Call Obviously Gay Bar, “A Regular Hangout”



Tags: Editorial Cartoons · Picture/Quote of the Day

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  • 1 Mike // Jun 24, 2010 at 12:18 pm

    Doesn’t make any sense, and even if it did, it would still be only slightly funnier than cancer.

  • 2 Fact Check // Jun 24, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    The author of these posts obviously has no idea what he’s talking about. This comes from a fellow Southerner who’s lived in D.C. for about a year.

    Local 16 is definitely NOT a gay bar. Yes, there are plenty of them in D.C., but Local 16 is not one of them. Some gay group may hold an event there sometimes, but, gay bar? No.

    Also, the U St. area where Local 16 is located is NOT the gay area of D.C. — that’s Dupont Circle.

    Way to go, pal. Seems like you’re more interested in grinding your ax than getting the facts right.

  • 3 bud // Jun 24, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    Call it what you want. The facts and the restaurant website, recently subjected to mysterious editing, speak for themselves. And Tommy certainly saw that website, pre-editing, when he chose the location. He has alot of explaining to do. I’m sure we will hear nothing but misdirection from his crowd.

  • 4 Johnny 5 // Jun 24, 2010 at 6:01 pm

    Sowers, and other politicians like him, need to understand that their “gift” is one of a high calling. Not everyone can be successful at being an important part of upholding responsible freedom. Truly if Sowers understood responsibility, he’d be cautious about associating himself with a business that treats pedophile behavior as something to be celebrated (as in homosexual catholic sunday school imagery). Yeah we’ve had the discussion about politicians personal lives, but the truth is that character and integrity still matter to many in our state and nation.

  • 5 jess // Jun 30, 2010 at 7:27 pm

    So disrespectful. So childish. Do you want people to take your website seriously? If so, grow up!

    We get it, you are not a Democrat. But have some respect for other people!! Especially people who served our country overseas like Tommy did in Iraq…

    PS, not that it is even going to matter to someone as irrational and emotional as you, but Local 16 is not a gay bar…

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