Email of the Day

Jim Burroway

December 12th, 2012

Stocking stuffer.

Dear Jim,

Just weeks remain before Public Advocate reaches a critical deadline — before every radical homosexual activist holds a copy of Public Advocate’s financial records in his conniving hands. December 31, 2012 is the deadline for contributions to appear on the IRS 990, the public report that discloses exactly how much money Public Advocate has raised in 2012.

But right now, our figures are falling short of my 2012 objectives. If I’m to meet budget expectations this year, I must raise $56,197 with all checks postmarked before December 31st. If I fail to raise $56,197 by December 31st, I’ll be forced to broadcast our weakness and vulnerability to the Homosexual Lobby.

After the brutal fights this year on the Gay Bill of Special Rights, the Offense of Marriage Act (DOMA), and the Homosexual Classrooms Act, the Homosexual Lobby must not find Public Advocate with little money left to fight next year. But when I turn in my 990 next year, the Homosexual Lobby will know exactly how much money I raised — and how much I still have left to oppose the Homosexual Agenda next year.

And we’ll also know how much he pays himself, how much he spends fundraising, and how very little he spends actually doing the stuff he says he’s doing. But then when he uses public employees to do his fundraising work on taxpayer time, it’s no wonder he’s able to keep his expenses low.

MattNYC

December 12th, 2012

“the Offense of Marriage Act (DOMA)”

See what he did there? That is HUMOR.

That is the LEAST interesting “e-mail of the day” he’s ever sent. I think even he’s ready to pack it in. Or maybe just realizing he’s going down for fraud and abuse of office.

jpeckjr

December 12th, 2012

Once again, I am torn. Do I refuse his entreaties and turn my back on his financial desperation? Or do I send $5 just to assure the continued entertainment value Eugene provides us all at BTB?

Of course, I am leaning strongly against making the donation. If only he would tell us more about the Gay Bill of Special Rights . . .

Dave H

December 12th, 2012

Oh, my… There was a “Gay Bill of Special Rights” and a “Homosexual Classrooms Act”??? Who knew? I had no idea. Box Turtle Bulletin and all the other LGBT blogs and media outlets are either cluelessly in the dark or are withholding news of such legislation from us in some sort of secret conspiracy. Even the “Mainstream Media” has been silent.

How did those turn out? Did we win? Or were these victories for Public Advocate, which Eugene DelGaudio worked tirelessly for?

homer

December 12th, 2012

I’ve never been called conniving before.

Lindoro Almaviva

December 12th, 2012

If I fail to raise $56,197 by December 31st, I’ll be forced to broadcast our weakness and vulnerability to the Homosexual Lobby.

Can someone explain this to me? I fail to see how him raising this money will exempt him from reporting his earnings as the law says. Is there a threshold somewhere that will guarantee him from reporting, or is he counting on the poorly informed, gullible and or stupid people who receive these messages saying “I must save this guy! let me send mim money so he doesn’t have to report to those godless homersecshuls!“?
 

jpeckjr

December 13th, 2012

@Lindoro. Yes, he has to report it either way. But, if he raises it, he will be strong and invincible. If he doesn’t, he will be weak and vulnerable.

The precision of the amount suggests it was scientifically derived for the optimum level of strength and invincibility.

One dollar less, he’s weak and vulnerable. One dollar more and he’s a greedy huckster. And he wouldn’t want to give anyone that impression, now would he?

Hue-Man

December 15th, 2012

Dave H: BTB is a key component of the Very Super Secret Gay Agenda. Only Eugenio knows what’s really going on – hence, his requirement to send e-mails and demand help like some Nigerian Prince!

I think lesbians should be offended that they too don’t have “conniving hands”. Are they specially manicured or have a secret invisible nail-polish that promotes the activist Gay Agenda? Another question for Eugenio. With all this fund-raising, he won’t have any time left to fight against the War on Christmas. Aw. If Christmas loses, it’s the gays’ fault.

Désirée

December 18th, 2012

isn’t this just another “I need money for the sake of having money” request?

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