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"For those weird stories that go beyond reason"
« on: May 24, 2011, 12:21:59 PM »


If this video and the group that made it does not fall under "For those weird stories that go beyond reason" then I don't know what does:








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Re: "For those weird stories that go beyond reason"
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2011, 12:38:14 PM »
Fuckin fagots!
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Re: "For those weird stories that go beyond reason"
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2011, 12:44:02 PM »
Fuckin fagots!


Horrible, isn't it. I got tipped off when I received this email from "Public Advocate of the United States":

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Dear Terry,

“How do I make these phone calls stop?”

According to my contact in the Tennessee Senate, that’s what one of the fence-sitters said just hours after you started making your voice heard.

Your pressure worked and we won!

SB49 passed the Tennessee Senate 20-11.

But I want you to know what we were up against.

Outside the Tennessee capital, throngs of enraged homosexual activists spewed insults and hatred in typical fashion.

And on the blogs and on youtube, the Homosexual Lobby cranked up their obscene trash spewing machine.

Click here if you want to see one of their most offensive video smearing traditional values with lies.

Warning: it is laced with profanity so make sure the kids are out of the room.

They attacked us again and again but you and I stood strong.

And Public Advocate mobilized for victory!

First, I mobilized volunteers and staff to hand deliver a formal letter to every single Senate office to state our support for SB49.

Then, I alerted you and other Public Advocate supporters to the fight, and together we bombarded the Speaker’s office with phone calls demanding passage of this bill.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough.

My contact told me there were three fence-sitting Republicans holding up the legislation and that they needed to hear from pro-family voters just like you.

You took action and they heard you.

You see, decent Americans oppose government forced homosexual indoctrination in their children’s classrooms.

And parents don’t want their children to be taught ANY abnormal or perverse sexual behaviors.

You spoke and they heard. The bill passed 20-11!

But last week’s victory is not the end.

It still has to pass the Tennessee House and be signed by the Governor.

You can be sure, when this legislation goes to the Tennessee House Public Advocate will be there and your voices will be heard again. In the meantime, there are battles brewing across the states and in our nation’s capital.

The Homosexual Lobby will not take this loss lying down. They will double-down and come back with a vengeance. And Homosexual Classroom Indoctrination is at the top of their list.

That’s why I will stay in this fight.

And that’s why I hope I can count on you to stay in this fight as well.

Thank you for your prayers and donations.

For the Family,

Eugene Delgaudio
President, Public Advocate of the United States

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Re: "For those weird stories that go beyond reason"
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2011, 01:21:53 PM »

Horrible, isn't it. I got tipped off when I received this email from "Public Advocate of the United States":

I'm afraid were fighting a losing battle for morality, thats why I started this thread as evidence to my claim.
http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/index.php?topic=2916.0
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Re: "For those weird stories that go beyond reason"
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2011, 01:30:46 PM »
I'm afraid were fighting a losing battle for morality, thats why I started this thread as evidence to my claim.
http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/index.php?topic=2916.0

Its hard to say. Was there ever a time of national good morals? What with slavery and all? And before that, in Medeival times, there was gobbs of homosexuality. And before THAT people were just plain violent, like the Romans, the Huns, or the Tatars.

Television skews perception. If you watch TV you'd think homosexuality was a-okay, and yet every time it is put to a vote to the people, same-sex marriage loses.

Will the children of THESE moron rebel and hunger for normality? Will the big pendullum swing back after we are dead? I really can't say. I CAN say that some corners will hold fast forever on these things, like the Vatican.

 

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