Email of the Day

Jim Burroway

March 8th, 2012

It’s been a while since I posted one of these:

Why won't they listen to me?

Times are more desperate than ever. The Radical Homosexual Lobby has forced homosexual “marriage” upon two more states. In just the past few weeks, both Washington State and Maryland have acted to mandate homosexual “marriage.”

These are particularly bitter losses to me… Just last year you and I fought the Homosexual Lobby to a standstill in Maryland’s House and forced the legislators to reject homosexual “marriage.” And only days before the Washington state senate cast their vote, Public Advocates supporters launched a blistering phone campaign demanding a halt to this legislation. Regretfully, they did not listen.

Legislators in both states willfully ignored the wishes of the constituents — and the cries from pro-Family Americans across the nation — in order to appease a radical minority and their bloated bank accounts.

…You see, this is their grand strategy. Homosexual “marriage” by legislative decree. The Radical Homosexual Lobby knows that they will never win the support of mainstream America. But, they can buy off a few politicians in each state. This is exactly how homosexual “marriage” was passed in New York last summer — backroom deals and homosexual slush funds. I’m afraid to say it, but this strategy is the most dangerousone I have ever seen them try.

He ends with this: “Chipping in only $20 will allow Public Advocate to reach up to a thousand people or more with online alerts.” Which, of course, is just about all he does.

But hey, congrats on the SPLC shout-out.


March 8th, 2012

How can anyone with at least one half-a$$ed functioning brain cell believe the lies and nonsense of this idiot?

I hear that Delgaudio’s Public Advocate has been listed as a hate group by the SPLC now. It’s about time.


March 9th, 2012

Now why isn’t the FBI on his case? He pretends to be a federal agency. Isn’t that a crime?


March 9th, 2012

I sorrowfully miss the parts these letters used to have about unaccountable activist judges and tyranny. I suspect gay people were more powerful back then. Tyranny is pretty damn impressive.

Oh, and please help the fight against other peoples’ slush funds by donating to my personal slush fund. I’ll do great things with teh dough, I promise!


March 9th, 2012

We’ve gone from “activist judges” to “legislative decree.” (And WTF is that?) I can hardly wait for the “radicalized voters” to approve marriage equality somewhere.

Can one man be a hate group?


March 9th, 2012

If $20 will help him reach 1000 people online, then he’s WAY overpaying for his bandwidth.


March 9th, 2012

Yes our nefarious plan to lobby and petition elected legislators to write and pass laws. Imagine.

Timothy Kincaid

March 9th, 2012

By legislative decree, I tell ya! And if that isn’t bad enough, in Maine they are trying mob rule.


March 9th, 2012

he’s so totally gay

Richard Rush

March 9th, 2012

My palm just slammed into my forehead as I thought, “Wow!, this guy (Delgaudio) makes it look so easy. I could be a scammer, too!!!” All I need to do is write up some “sincerely held” anti-gay beliefs, develop a sanctimonious shtick, have my husband take a goofy photo of me in front of the U.S. flag and perhaps a religious symbol, purchase an email list, and then I’m off to the bank to deposit the checks. But . . . there would be a brilliant twist:

Similar to being a double agent, I would be a double scammer. As the money rolls in I would send it all to pro-gay groups (well, okay, maybe I would keep just a little bit). Imagine how well funded the pro-gay groups could be if many of us would be double scammers. And there would be no reason to worry about negative effects from our anti-gay emails – because the only people who would be paying attention and sending money are already anti-gay dead-enders anyway.

And if I’m really successful, I’ll get the coveted certification as a SPLC hate group, which should crank up the donations dramatically. From the standpoint of the money-senders, that certification is probably like an endorsement.

Priya Lynn

March 10th, 2012

Richard said “Similar to being a double agent, I would be a double scammer. As the money rolls in I would send it all to pro-gay groups (well, okay, maybe I would keep just a little bit).”.

LOL, I often fantasize about doing the same thing, maybe we should get together.


March 10th, 2012

And when you send the donations from your Secret Ghey Agent Anti-Gay fund-raising campaign to Lambda Legal, or your local school’s GSA group, just make sure you put Eugene’s name as the donor, and they’ll send him a big ol’ Thank You letter! Won’t that make him feel special?

I’m sure with all the big bucks he’s bringing in, he could use a tax deduction or two…


March 11th, 2012

I wish someone would tell me where my bloated bank account is so i can stop working a part time job with no benefits.

Richard Rush

March 15th, 2012

Priya said, “LOL, I often fantasize about doing the same thing, maybe we should get together.”

Great! One of the first things we need is a name for our outfit. I’m proposing that we call ourselves the Sincere Christian Alliance for Morals. I’m counting on our followers not noticing the acronym because they will be so busy running to the mailbox with their generous checks to help us achieve full equality for gay people errr, I mean stop the homosexual onslaught.

Then, after the easy money starts rolling in, I’m thinking we can pull in even more cash by adding an online store so we can cut into AFA’s profits by offering such surefire bestsellers as this one.

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