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Oh Noes! The FBI is going to Teh Ghey!

Timothy Kincaid

October 2nd, 2012

Don’t you just love self parody?

The Catholic “news” source LifeSiteNews is trotting out the rantings of certified loon, Brian Camenker: “Obama’s FBI and CIA ‘going gay’ warns pro-family activist.”

Both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency have embraced the homosexual movement, posing a new threat to the country’s sexual morals and to pro-family activists, according to Brian Camenker of the Massachusetts pro-life and pro-family organization MassResistance.

Poor Brian Camenker. It must be tough going through life with no sense of irony.

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JohnAGJ
October 2nd, 2012 | LINK

You ought to read some of the comments posted at LifeSite. Wow. Camenker is definitely among his own looney kind there.

Tor
October 2nd, 2012 | LINK

Irony. It’s like coppery and brassy, only black.

–Black Adder

Regan DuCasse
October 3rd, 2012 | LINK

See, brain damage. Camenker and his ilk don’t seem to have enough brain left to know it.

Snowman
October 4th, 2012 | LINK

How can it be any worse than when old J. Edgar ran things? Those were actually some pretty good days for the nuts, and Hoover was very likely to have been very, very gay. This is not a new theory either, I first heard of it in the 1980′s and I believe, it was on “60 Minutes” that I first heard it, if I remember right.

Jean-Michel
October 5th, 2012 | LINK

Newspapers and magazines referred to Hoover’s rumored homosexuality as far back as the 1920s, using subtly and not-so-subtly coded language. The most famous is a 1933 Collier’s article that described his “mincing step.” Such articles ceased shortly thereafter (though rumors circulated privately all down the decades), and it was only in 1970 that Gore Vidal could make a more-or-less-open reference in a book review.

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