Homosexual Groups Trying to Distance Themselves From Foley
Report; Posted on: 2006-10-03 15:35:37
Record shows congressman was strong supporter of sodomite agenda
by Steve Carlson
Disgraced former Congressman Mark Foley (R-FL), who resigned his House seat Friday after e-mails and text messages revealing his perversion were made public, wasn't simply a politician who happened to have a sexual neurosis. He was a strong supporter of the homosexual political agenda, with a voting record to prove it.
Now sodomite groups that supported Foley find themselves in the embarrassing position of having boosted a politician whose actions suggest pedophilic tendencies. Such inclinations are not exactly uncommon among sodomites, with many of those who engaging in homosexual behavior having been introduced to it as children by persons older than themselves. For homosexual activists, the problem isn't that one of their champions may be a pedophile, it's that people know it now.
Just last week the 'Log Cabin' clique of sodomites within the Republican Party had endorsed Foley for re-election. That group has now withdrawn its endorsement, although its web page editors were happy last week to laud him for having "consistently voted against the…marriage amendment, and…supported the hate crimes bill, [and] the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) . . ."
With Foley now revealed as the sort of predator that parents fear and that innumerable homosexuals are, the Log Cabin Republicans are trying to distance themselves from him. They and other sodomy activists are afraid Foley will make homosexuals look more perverted than they want Americans to think they are.
Homosexual journalist Michael Rogers has even gone so far as to claim that Foley was really "a homophobe" and "anti-gay," because his voting record was not as pro-sodomy as it could have been. But this allegation does not stand up to scrutiny. Foley's House votes show him unwilling to oppose the attempts of homosexuals to pervert marriage or even to ban homosexual adoption.
Moreover, the actions of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a political action committee devoted to mainstreaming sodomy, show that Foley was squarely on their side. The HRC, which donated $10,000 to Foley's re-election campaign in 2002, scored his voting record during the 2003-2004 Congress at 88% in agreement with their positions.
Luis Vizcaino, communications and marketing director for Human Rights Campaign, has declined to discuss Foley's resignation. "We're not going to comment on it," he said.
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