Though marred by an awful synth score, this 62-minute video documentary provides a fascinating look at the Log Cabin Republicans during a crisis in the organization’s history—namely, President Bush’s decision in February 2004 to champion a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. The LCR’s ensuing debate over whether to endorse the president for reelection forced members to choose between the GOP and the gay community, both of which tend to view them with disgust. Video makers Anne Clements and Wash Westmoreland (The Fluffer) profile members on both sides of the divide, and their remarks are passionate, articulate, and politically astute.