After years of relative obscurity, Log Cabinthe gay Republican club formed in California in 1977has found itself in the National spotlight. George Bushs unequivocal opposition to gay marriage put them at the forefront of one of the most hotly contested elections in years. With the issue of whether or not to support the President distilling into a stark choice between their civil rights and their loyalty to the party, 2004 forced the Gay Republicans to a crude decision: what was more important, being gay or being Republican?
This documentary follows a handful of Log Cabin members on their different paths to "Decision 2004." A stereotype-shattering, gut wrenching portrait of an organization in turmoil that is incisive, moving, disturbing and humorous.
Watch as POLITICS GETS PERSONAL.
Alongside this political turmoil are some colorful personalities that remain amusingly memorable. -- Variety, November 17, 2004
Examines the schism created this year in Log Cabin Republicans when Bush called for an amendment to ban gay marriage. -- Hollywood Reporter, November 15, 2004