This time, the sole indictment Rogers can seemingly dredge up against his most recent victim is that of registering Republican voters (OOOooooo ...), which he disingenuously spins as "building the current anti-gay majority in Congress."
By that twisted logic, anyone who rallied Democrats for John Kerry in 2004 was "building momentum behind outlawing gay marriage in Massachusetts."
Truly, he is reaching the bottom of the barrel in his sick crusade.
A non-bombshell that BlogActive has been touting since Friday, the piece is riddled not just with Rogers' typical ad hominem attacks, but with poor grammar and numerous misspellings that render it virtually impenetrable – more great "journalism" from Rogers. (Let's see how many of them he corrects in the screen grab on the right.) Apparently, Mike's spell-checker takes the weekend off.
Fair-minded individuals such as me are still waiting for him to quit shilling for anti-gay Democrats. Then perhaps we will look harder for any shred of redeeming value in his "outings." (He's probably more afraid of the fact that Berkowitz and the GOP are making inroads among Jewish Americans, which would explain why a rabid partisan would "expose" a gay Republican for the flimsiest of reasons.)
Until then, his website, which regularly toadies for the Dems and deletes many non-sycophantic comments, should be rechristened as "Blog Redactive."