Email of the Day

Jim Burroway

February 7th, 2012



I hate to say it, but I’m not surprised…

The courts have ruled against the Family once again.

California’s Proposition 8, the ballot referendum to preserve real marriage as one man and one woman, has been ruled illegal by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

But it’s not over yet my friend.

Allies of the Family are already moving to appeal this decision to a higher court.

…I am proud to say that Public Advocate will be standing by to assist them in any way possible in the coming months and years.

Right. I’m sure your allies are waiting breathlessly by the phone for your assistance. As far as I can tell, he’s had zero involvement in California. Nevertheless…

P.S. Please prayerfully consider chipping in with a donation of $10 or more to help Public Advocate fight for traditional values.


February 7th, 2012

Always amused when they capitalize “family”…


February 7th, 2012

What a con artist.

Tony P

February 7th, 2012

Note the use of “real marriage”. In other words ours is invalid. Riiight! Not on your life Eugene, not on your life.


February 8th, 2012

“…I am proud to say that Public Advocate will be standing by to assist them in any way possible in the coming months and years.”

Public Advocate sounds like his superhero name. I envision some naif in fatigues reflexively saluting with simpleton sincerity with the likes of La Barbera and Barber looking askance and wondering how they attract featherbrains.

“P.S. Please prayerfully consider chipping in…”

Should any doubt remain there be lingering grace in the man, consider it entirely evacuated.


February 8th, 2012

Funny how he STILL closes with “Give me money.”

What a moron.


February 8th, 2012

Hey, can I get a promise that if I chip in ten bucks, the money will be used to support family values and repeal of the 13th amendment? Or maybe just the overturn of Loving v Virginia?

Funny thing, those “Family Values”.


February 8th, 2012

is this queen for real.. and if so how do i get on his list. this is like some bad SNL skit. what is it with these closet cases and all the anti-gay stuff… and i know its not nice but just look at the guy… he sets off my gaydar and my gaydar was never that good to begin with.

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