In case you haven't heard, Tyler Whitney, the webmaster for the fundamentalist Tom Tancredo campaign, has just been outed by Between the Lines, a Michigan LGBT paper. From them:
Whitney's candidate, Rep. Tancredo, has a zero rating from the Human Rights Campaign, which means he has never voted in favor of any pro-LBGT legislation. In addition, the long-shot presidential candidacy is mired with allegations of support from white supremacy organizations, like the National Alliance, as well as endorsements from David Duke. Tancredo is attempting to ride to the presidency on a wave of anti-immigration campaign promises including English only balloting, and deportation of every single illegal alien in America. He has also called for a "time-out" on legal immigration into the U.S..Wow. Just wow. Talk about your troubled youth. This kid was probably getting a lot of attention and approval from his left-hating friends because of this. How often is that the story with troubled queers? It's just approval and acceptance, again and again, and they seek it in the strangest of places.
In addition to his ties to Tancredo, Whitney is closely associated with Kyle Bristow, the leader of the Young Americans for Freedom MSU chapter, now officially listed as a hate group. Bristow has opined that if he had a gay son he would kill him, and that homosexuals should be in prison.
Whitney is also pictured in a Nov. 20 protest holding a sign which reads "Go back in the closet." The protest was against a proposed comprehensive human rights ordinance in the city of Lansing, an ordinance that was later adopted by a unanimous vote of the City Council.
Well, I'll take a step forward and say, "Tyler, welcome to living openly. Email me if you're feeling lonely; I won't make you say that faggots should go back in the closet to be my friend."