Friday, October 27, 2006



"The New Jersey court decision that gay couples are entitled to the same rights as heterosexual couples was bad news for social conservatives-- the bad news they were hoping for. 'Pro-traditional-marriage organizations ought to give a distinguished service award to the New Jersey Supreme Court,' said the Rev. Richard Land, head of the public policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention."

The bigots and fear-and-hate-mongers on the extreme right say the ruling will encourage brainwashed religionists to flock to the polls to vote for the party that espouses bigotry and practices sex with teenage boys and cover-ups!

One of the far right Republican politicians disguised as a religious figure, an arch-hypocrite named Tony Perkins of an extremist hate group with the misnomer, Family Research Council, was licking his chops in glee after the decision. "I have to think there are Democratic strategists out there thinking the words of the old Japanese admiral: 'I fear all we've done is wake a sleeping giant,'" said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, a Washington-based advocacy group. 'They were coasting into an election with a Republican base with dampened enthusiasm. This brings it all back home to the base, what this election is about.'"

Another extremist Republican politician, this one disguised as a preacher, James Dobson, who heads the Colorado-based hate group Focus on the Family, held 3 fire and brimstone GOP rallies which were supposed to draw between 15 and 20,000 people each. Each drew 3,000 suckers-- even after the ticket prices was waived-- to hear the Republican Party lies couched in misleading and even blasphemous religionist terms.

Today's New York Times is running a story by Sheryl Gay Stolberg on how the Republicans are scurrying to exploit the ruling to appeal to their base of bigots and homophobes. Bush and congressional rubber stampers like Rick Santorum of Virginia Pennsylvania and Felix Macacawitz of Virginia have nothing to run on except an issue almost no one cares about-- "that gay couples are entitled to the same legal rights and financial benefits as heterosexual couples."

Republicans, of course, risk reminding voters of the party's arch hypocrisy in this area, publicly advocating an anti-gay agenda while privately protecting their own closeted gay members, even members known to be molesting teenage boys in the care of Congress. Most voters aren't going to be as concerned about Dick Cheney's daughter and her female lover having legal rights and equal financial benefits as they are about GOP congressmen like Mark Foley and Jim Kolbe chasing young male pages through the halls of Congress while a cabal of closeted gay GOP solons, from Karl Rove, Denny Hastert, Jim McCrery, Ken Mehlman, Larry Craig, Charlie Crist, Mitch McConnell to dozens and dozens of shadowy right wing homosexuals on Hastert's staff and on the staffs of even the most outspoken anti-gay senators like Santorum, Colburn, Inhofe, Martinez, Macacawitz, Frist and Martinez kept it all under wraps

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