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<> on June 30, 2013 in New York City.

In the Big Apple, the two Democratic hopefuls in the mayoral race are a lesbian and a Weiner, and both showed up for the Gay Pride Parade on Fifth Avenue in NYC.

In attendance was Edie Windsor, the 83-year-old lesbian plaintiff in the Supreme Court case that took down the Defense of Marriage Act.  Edie rode in a convertible presumably representing geriatric lesbians, and was one of three Grand Marshalls of the event.

But the highlight of the parade was when Anthony Weiner showed up waving his rainbow flag, walking instead of riding in a Weiner-mobile.  When Anthony W. approached the end of the parade route, the crowd went absolutely wild for wiener.

Both his hands were occupied on this occasion, as Weiner carried a megaphone and a massive rainbow flag. As he marched toward the site of the Stonewall riots, the crowd reached out for the engaging Weiner, who excited the exuberant crowd in his usual wiener-ish way.

The mayoral hopeful made sure to brush past the spectators on Christopher Street, where thrilled admirers chanted: “Weiner, Weiner!”

After Weiner passed by with a Weiner sign that stretched the length of the street, one excited LGBT reveler said, “We love Weiner and you can quote me on that!”

And well they should. It was reported that Mr. Weiner was carrying the largest flag on the largest flagpole at the parade.  For at least half the crowd, having the largest flag certainly should earn a guy some wiener love!

Not only that, but Weiner swung his impressively-sized flag back and forth through the falling raindrops, adding still more color to the already colorful festivities.

Then, making the most of every opportunity for some innocuous innuendo, Weiner asked the gay paraders, “You guys know that’s my name right? We’re not just saying that.”

Professional politician, full time tweeter, and anatomical photographer/flirt, Anthony Weiner is hoping to win the Democratic nomination from City Council Speaker and appropriately masculine-looking Christine Quinn. Christine is a woman with aspirations to be NYC’s first female and first openly gay mayor if she wins the election this fall.

While there’s no arguing that Mr. Weiner’s flag was huge, Christine Quinn’s following was also huge.  However, Mr. Weiner and his group of devoted followers were reported to be “more lively” than Ms. Quinn’s.

So there you have it – the New York City 2013 Gay Pride Parade featured two candidates vying for the Democratic nomination, both of whom are anxious to be called Hizzoner.

One candidate is a less-than-lively lesbian with a huge following of supporters.

The other candidate is a Weiner toting a huge rainbow flag he proudly swung back and forth in the rain, using a megaphone to remind LGBT parade-goers, even the Christine Quinn-supporting anti-wiener types, to Vote for Weiner!

 

 
 
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  • Allan C

    May NYC get the mayor they deserve.

  • talkradio200

    It may come as a shock, but some of us New Yorkers want no part of this sham. If it were up to me, Guiliani would be mayor for life.

  • barchen36

    How does he get around the obscenity laws? His flagpole marching?

    • Angela Granger

      NYC has obscenity laws?

      • barchen36

        Sorry, I apologize, I made the mistake of thinking that it was more than a neon lit cesspool (a strong word meaning corrupt or a wasteland. sort of bad place.)
        Apology accepted?

  • Brooklynresident

    I went to the protest demonstration against the law that made gay marriage legal in New York. I wrote my Union uniform, and carried my Christian flag. I stood peacefully inside the appointed barricade, unfurled it, and silently waved it.
    An officer of the NYPD came, told me I couldn’t wave it.
    Two sergeants sargeants told me I couldn’t wave it.
    A little later, their captain came over, said my flagstaff was “a weapon,” and that I could not fly my flag on it.
    I showed him the brass plaque, dating from the 1920’s, that showed it was an heirloom.

    He said, I could fly my flag, but only on sticks they approved.
    I said, show me.

    He brought two stick that wouldn’t work with a flyswatter. Said, “Take it off that pole-it’s a weapon-and fly it from sticks like this.”

    I pointed out (respectfully) the absurdity of his notion.

    He told me I had to leave.

    Why does this poseur piece of $#!¥ get to stay–and even MARCH?

    Shame on you, NYPD.You will burn in Hell. And all your badges with you.