The Huffington Post reports that Former President Jimmy Carter said in a recent interview with “Big Think” “that the nation’s tolerance of gays [sic] had grown to a level that could facilitate the election of a gay [sic] president.” Carter believes this would be a good thing for America.

James Carville, an advisor to Bill Clinton when he was president, asked, “How do we know we haven’t had one?” I suspect he is referring to James Buchanan (1791–1868), the “bachelor president” who served one term from 1857 to1861. Some suspect that Abraham Lincoln might have been a closeted homosexual or bisexual. If you follow enough homosexual historical revisionist literature, every great person was a homosexual or leaned that way. This seems to be the thesis of A.L. Rowse’s book Homosexuals in History (1977).

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