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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

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In a private, off the record conversation with a British businessman at a fundraiser in San Francisco, the Mayor of the Bay City, Gavin Newsome said that if the Conservative Party were to have any chance of evolving into a credible government, then they were going to have to come out of the closet, stop dragging their feet, and let people such as gay voters know exactly where they will stand under a Conservative government.

Mayor Newsome stated that he was well aware that Britain has a lot of gay people - although probably not as many as San Francisco - and that the gay section of the electorate need to be treated even-handedly, and not like they don't exist.

Mayor Newsome's remarks come as a further body blow to David Cameron's election chances, following on from the B&B gay row sparked by Shadow Home Secretary, Chris Grayling, who intimated that he wouldn't be happy having two hairy arsed men licking one another's earholes on his own couch while he was trying to watch Dickinson's Real Deal on afternoon TV.

Had he been a B&B owner.

When pressed about Conservative attitudes towards the influential gay electorate, Mr Cameron said, "Erm..."

Shadow Home Secretary, Chris Frayling also said, "Erm..."

In fact "Erm..." seems to be the only thing coming out of the Conservative Party right now.

We asked a gay, homosexual couple if they intended to vote Conservative in the upcoming General Election, and they both said "Erm..." too.

More as we "Erm..." get it.

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