I am, of course, talking about the growing list of anti-gay hate groups throughout the country. Of course, the rank and file conservative and religious folk have been highly misled into thinking that these organizations are the heroes in their struggle against equality. After all, they have words like “family” in their names. They couldn’t possibly be hate groups?

For example, let’s take a look at one of these “heroes” of the “faith,” Mr. Eugene Delgaudio. His hate group, the Public Advocate of the United States, is little more than a front for his own rank bigotry. Every week, Delgaudio sends a mass email to his list that brings up the “latest” travesty in the “radical homosexual activist” front.

Long dismissed as just another whackjob, it’s quickly become quite evident that Delgaudio has a long following of like-minded followers who happily write checks to support his “struggle” against the “radical homosexuals.” His latest plead is to raise money to support his “fight” against what he calls the “homosexual classrooms act.”

The Radical Homosexuals infiltrating the United States Congress have a plan:

Indoctrinate an entire generation of American children with pro-homosexual propaganda and eliminate traditional values from American society.

Their ultimate dream is to create a new America based on sexual promiscuity in which the values you and I cherish are long forgotten.

I hate to admit it, but if they pass the deceptively named “Student Non-Discrimination Act,” (H.R. 998 & S. 555) that’s exactly what they’ll do.

Better named the “Homosexual Classrooms Act,” its chief advocate in Congress is Rep. Jared Polis, himself an open homosexual and radical activist.

And it’s dangerously close to becoming the law of the land.

H.R. 998 already has 157 co-sponsors in the House!

And S. 555 already has 37 co-sponsors in the Senate!

That’s why I need you to act quickly — right away — to protect our nation’s youth.

Yes, dear friends, he has to “act quickly — right away” because this bill is on the verge of becoming law! In this “horrific” bill, the agenda that Delgaudio lays out is a tried and true “laundry list” of atrocities that would be sure to happen:

  • Require schools to teach appalling homosexual acts so “homosexual students” don’t feel “singled out” during already explicit sex-ed classes;
  • Spin impressionable students in a whirlwind of sexual confusion and misinformation, even peer pressure to “experiment” with the homosexual “lifestyle;”
  • Exempt homosexual students from punishment for propositioning, harassing, or even sexually assaulting their classmates, as part of their specially-protected right to “freedom of self-expression;”
  • Force private and even religious schools to teach a pro-homosexual curriculum and purge any reference to religion if a student claims it creates a “hostile learning environment” for homosexual students.

These letters are designed for one thing: Appeal to the homophobia of his supporters, and to entice them to write checks to his organization to fight, fight, fight! After all, he says, it’s on the verge of being passed!

H.R. 998 already has 157 co-sponsors in the House!

And S. 555 already has 37 co-sponsors in the Senate!

Just for fun, I looked up the bill and decided to read through it. Once we strip away Delgaudio’s panic-inducing shrilling over this bill, we learn a few things. First, it would treat LGBT students or those perceived as LGBT with the same rights granted to others under the 14th Amendment. And it would be a major tool in working to help prevent teen suicide.

And for the record, his statements about the co-sponsors is true. However, there is absolutely no chance that this bill will pass. At least not with this tea-party driven congress. None.

Let’s be clear. Delgaudio and his fellow hate groups continue to fight tooth and nail to keep any form of anti-LGBT bullying policies from being enacted. They declare that bullying policies shouldn’t be catered to the identity of the victims. Because it could force “Christians” to actually treat LGBT kids with common respect and decency and to require schools to deal with LGBT bullying directly.

Oh, no. They would never admit that. So what do they do? Lie. Just like they lied about the hate crimes act that was signed into law a couple of years ago when they insisted it would result in pastors being jailed for preaching against homosexuality.

It’s a simple fact. These people are monsters. They twist the idea of “religious liberty” into an excuse to bully, as if it’s really okay to tell a small-statured boy in the hallway that he’s “going to hell” because he’s a “fucking faggot.” Don’t think it’s a big deal? Try hearing it in the hallways every time you change classes.

What’s really sad is that some of my readers will be offended because I said, “fucking,” but not because of the fact that this kind of behavior is being encouraged by people like Delgaudio and their lies.

When are we going to stop letting these kinds of people control the conversation? More importantly, when are Christians going to stop tolerating the outright lies they spew to demonize another group of people?

Their lies must be exposed. Of course, they whine and moan when we quote them verbatim, and them say that we’re twisting their words. Sorry, Gene. Your words were already twisted before I got to them. You’re just mad that more people know the truth about you. Get over it.

The sooner we as a country learn to deal with these bullies that hide behind religion as the monsters they are, the sooner we’ll be able to move on as a country.

After all, we know what the real abomination is:

Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are his delight. (Prov. 12:22, KJV)


UPDATE: Delgaudio is also an elected official. He’s a Supervisor in Loudon County, Virginia. A Change.org petition is currently underway for him to resign from his office because of his ties with a hate group. I just signed. I invite (and encourage) my readers to do the same. (h/t Evan Macbeth)

http://www.change.org/petitions/supervisor-eugene-delgaudio-resign-from-office

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