Readers C and D noted the crazification factor is in teh gay:
In 2008…27 percent of gays voted for Sen. John McCain, as opposed to 22 percent of Jews.
The rest of the article is interesting, it threatens go down the “Republican party is a natural home for gays” rabbit hole (what the fuck does it mean when people say that about a group, does it mean that group consists largely of assholes?) but pulls back:
At that point, roughly half of the gay population will be men who are disproportionately wealthy; disproportionately childless; and likely less concerned with social issues, their primary one having been resolved. And what do we call wealthy American men who care about economic policies with a limited personal commitment to public education? Usually, we call them Republicans. (I’d expect lesbians to remain a strongly Democratic group, in part because they’re women.)
Most likely, gay Americans, like practically all Americans, will vote their self-interest and evolve across parties accordingly. There will be only one bizarre outlier that will continue, as Milton Himmelfarb put it 60 years ago, to “earn like Episcopalians and vote like Puerto Ricans.”