Charmaine Debates the New Jersey Homosexual "Marriage" Ruling on MSNBC
Credit: The Dude Charmaine is in LA at the GodBlogCon. So it is fitting that she will be debating the New Jersey ruling on homosexual unions that no man can cast asunder.
She will be debating Lambda Legal.
And not the Human Rights Campaign. Seems this homosexual activist axxociation outed Mark Foley.
Gary Bauer emails today,
Human Rights Campaign:
Not Your Stand-up Kind of Guys
Internet “bloggers” this week uncovered the source responsible for exposing former Rep. Mark Foley’s behavior, and it may surprise you. The source was an employee of the Human Rights Campaign, America’s largest homosexual rights group, who once worked on Capitol Hill for a Senate Democrat. How many of you have heard this story?
This is extremely embarrassing for the Left, because it highlights the underhanded tactic some in the homosexual rights movement have been employing for almost two decades: Using homosexuality for political purposes. The hypocrisy is blatant. The entire homosexual agenda is founded on the effort to normalize homosexuality and to push for more liberal laws, including lowering the age of consent.
But why would they “out” one of their own? The question can be answered with one letter: R. They felt justified in exposing Foley’s behavior because he was a member of the Republican House majority that opposed most of their issues. They knew that the vast majority of Americans would consider Foley’s behavior immoral and highly inappropriate, and that he would be forced to resign. Of course, pro-family advocates know that Foley was never a conservative, and often voted for the “gay rights” agenda.
on air with Hugh Hewitt (not shown) But with Foley gone, there would be one fewer Republican in Congress, thus getting the radical homosexual movement one step closer to having the Speaker from San Francisco implementing their extreme agenda.
The Human Rights Campaign will lay low for a while; media savvy as they are.
Hit time (no, no, not gay bashing — please) tomorrow Saturday at 1:45 Eastern on MSNBC.
Thank you (foot)notes:
Brutal Hugger has Lambda letter to New York Times.
See Gay News Blog for citation.
More from the Washington Post.
Full Disclosure: Charmaine and Your Business Blogger have done work for Gary Bauer.