The Obama administration's gay spokesman, Joe Solmonese (who moonlights as the head of the 25 million member Human Rights Campaign) got a little, er, candid on CNN on Sunday. Here's his view of those 3,000 at the swanky black tie dinner on Saturday night as compared with those 75,000 (or thereabouts) in the streets the next day:

[P]erhaps the crowd at the dinner last night was a little bit more politically aware and had a better sense of maybe, you know, what's at stake and what needs to be done.

Perhaps. And perhaps they're so hungry for access, power and Washington inclusion they've forgotten who they're supposed to be working for. Remind them, will you?

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