Email of the Day

Jim Burroway

July 11th, 2012

Now when I was brought up, I was taught that when someone gets married, you say congratulations (or, as the case may be, mazel tov!). But then, not everyone was brought up the way I was.

It looks like someone didn't get an invite.

On July 7, Barney Frank shocked the nation by becoming the first Congressman in history to enter into a homosexual “marriage.” It is just outrageous my friend.

The timing of this insult to American values is not coincidental. With Obama’s recent public endorsement of homosexual “marriage,” the Homosexual Lobby and their allies in government are pushing hard to pass the Offense of Marriage Act before this year is over.

The “wedding” was officiated by the governor of Massachusetts and attended by Nancy Pelosi and John Kerry — all key elected allies of the radical Homosexual Agenda.

The radical homosexuals and their agents are desperate to pass as many pieces of radical legislation as they can before the elections shake things up.

Frank’s “marriage” to Mr. Jim Ready was a calculated move to forward the homosexual “marriage” agenda while undermining the Defense of Marriage Act.

This will likely be the most dangerous year the American Family has ever faced. It is up to you and me to make sure that their dream of national homosexual “marriage” never comes true.

And, of course, you know the tagline:

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


July 11th, 2012

shocked the nation?


A gay man who served in the United States House of Representatives married his partner in a state where same-sex marriage is legal? Wow. No one saw that coming.

Congratulations, Barney!


July 11th, 2012

Hopefully they’ll get him soon. He was just served with a cease and desist by the SPLC.

Jim Hlavac

July 12th, 2012

I get this man’s emails on a regular basis — one cannot respond to them, alas – he blocks return replies. He is, of course, out of his mind. But I giggle every time I read them because he seems to never be able to use the word “homosexual” without “radical” or “militant.” It’s like a compound noun with him — he seems not to think that there is any other sort of “homosexual” other than a “radical” and “militant.” That he makes a living off this crud is all the more astounding. He’s a one man comedy clown show.

Edwin in Colorado

July 13th, 2012

Why doesn’t this guy get a real life.
He is such a jerk. I wouldn’t give him 10 dollars even if it was the only one I had.

Dave H

July 13th, 2012

“Frank’s “marriage” to Mr. Jim Ready was a calculated move to forward the homosexual “marriage” agenda while undermining the Defense of Marriage Act.”

You can’t get much more cynical than that, can you?

If it wasn’t for the fact that Mr. 70s Glasses and WalMart Suit is making money on our backs, I would feel sorry for him. Apparently it doesn’t occur to him that perhaps Barney Frank married Jim Ready because he loves him.


July 14th, 2012

I was starting to wonder if this bitch was still around.

He blocks return emails??

What? Does this guy think people will just give him money for the hell of it?!?!?!

If someone will only talk at me, not to me, I sure ain’t gonna give them anything, except maybe a smack in the mouth.

What a jerk, there simply is no other word that fits in my opinion.

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