Email of the day

Jim Burroway

November 14th, 2012

Fear the power of fundraising spam!

Dear Jim,

The Homosexual Lobby is already lining up for their payoff. Within days of Obama’s reelection, the Homosexual Lobby is publicly reminding the president of all he owes them for his success. And they have something very specific they want: A presidential Executive Order to force through the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

You see, Obama has been threatening to sign this order for almost a year. It was only a massive out-pouring of protest from Public Advocate supporters that stopped him before. With your help, I was able to spread this story across the country alerting pro-family activists to Obama’s disgusting scheme. And he quietly backed down.

Uh huh.

Timothy Kincaid

November 14th, 2012

Yes, yes, give me the Gay Bill of Special Rights!!

(Wait, I forget, which bill is this one, the one that disallows discrimination against gay people, or the one that requires that we be treated like everyone else? It’s hard to keep track of just which special rights we keep demanding.)

Richard Rush

November 14th, 2012

I think Delgaudio meant to add, “You see, Public Advocate was completely ineffectual in stopping the homosexual onslaught in Washington, Maine, Minnesota, and Maryland because you, our ‘supporters,’ didn’t send us nearly enough money. After I took my personal cut, there was only enough remaining for our massive out-pouring of protest against the Gay Bill of Special Rights.”

David Roberts

November 15th, 2012

Good grief, do they have no shame at all?


November 15th, 2012

When is some ethical shrink going to do the honorable thing and commit this guy?


November 15th, 2012

So the President can force a bill through Congress by executive order? When did this happen?


November 15th, 2012

What’s the status of the ethical investigation against you, Eugene?

And when are you up for re-election? So I can donate . . . to your opponents?

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