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Read my guest column on Bilerico: Fallen Idol.

I've made the big league, folks! My guest column, "Fallen Idol" appeared on Bilerico 39 minutes ago!

In the column I detail what attracted me to support Barak Obama as a candidate in the first place, but what is causing me grief today (if you already read my blog, that REALLY doesn't need much explanation).

Please read it... and click on as many of Bil Browning's ads as possible while you're there ;) ! http://bit.ly/YKsva

TOAST TO BIL BROWNING--ONE OF MY BIG TIME BLOGGING HEROES!

Comments

bilerico said…
You are too damned sweet, Phil. Thanks for the kind words. Good job on writing a post that got people talking! :)
Ameriqueer said…
Anytime. Wait until you read today's Ameriqueer post about the Cleve Jones march! I'm waiting for some figures from the Maine Freedom to Marry folks before I go ahead and post it!

Bil, thanks so much for the opportunity to share my views with your audience. I love staying a part of the ongoing conversation in the LGBT community, and--most of all--getting other LGBT people INTO the conversation as well. Mobilizing others to care and act is my ultimate goal!

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