More Republican party hypocrisy was revealed today by BlogActive and RawStory. It seems that the Republicans' national field director, Dan Gurley, was having a field day of his own on Gay.com, a gay male online dating service, where Mr. Gurley allegedly sought male partners for unprotected sex.
According to Raw Story, Mr. Gurley's public online profile "states that he is seeking “action/sex,” is in an “open relationship” and that his partner and himself “enjoy playing together when we can.” His private adult profile is more direct, soliciting unsafe sex and detailing more personal information."
Raw Story did not quote directly from the private profile, and did not indicate whether they had access to the original language. Mr. Gurley has admitted that he had a profile on the online dating service, but says that he deleted it. He further claims that the current one was put up by someone else, using Mr. Gurley's former screen name. This appears to be unlikely, since Gay.com says they do not allow screen names to be reused.
The public profile contains a section titled "Other Vices." Mr. Gurley's response: "None, but I'm lookin' . . . " The Peach suggests the Republican Party platform document as a starting point for Mr. Gurley's list. We are sure it contains plenty of ideas for behavior that no self-respecting Republican would even think of engaging in.