It's by Eugene Delgaudio, a District Supervisor in Sterling, Virginia:
They've been the Radical Homosexuals' target all along.
Now they're finally going after what they've always wanted.
Just a few weeks ago, radicals in Congress led by openly homosexual Representative Jared Polis introduced H.R. 4530.
It is a bill to turn America's schools into indoctrination centers ... its classrooms into social laboratories ... its playgrounds into homosexual breeding grounds.
Of course, they've disguised the bill's wicked nature behind the innocent name "The Student Non-Discrimination Act."
Sound harmless, right? Well, that's key to their scheme.
Honestly, I can hardly imagine a law more harmful.
More appropriately, this bill should be called "The Homosexual Classrooms Act."
. . .You see, the Homosexual Classrooms Act contains a laundry list of anti-family provisions that will:
* Require schools to teach sodomy and other appalling homosexual acts so homosexual students don't feel "singled out" during already explicit sex-ed classes;
* Spin impressionable students in a whirlwind of sexual confusion and misinformation, recruiting and even pressuring vulnerable teens and pre-teens into the homosexual "lifestyle";
* Effectively outlaw voluntary prayer in schools, and expose students who pray privately to lawsuits and even criminal prosecution for "religious intimidation";
* Exempt homosexual students from punishment for propositioning, harassing, or even sexually assaulting their classmates, as part of their specially-protected right to "freedom of self-expression";
* Force parochial schools to secularize and purge any reference to religion because radicals claim it creates a "hostile learning environment" for homosexual students.
Simply put, The Homosexual Classrooms Act will use schools as weapons to eradicate traditional values in the next generation of American students.
Well damn. Someone call Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Delgaudio certainly has our number, although it would probably serve him better to have the number of a local psychiatrist. The bill Delgaudio is all up in arms about is one that would simply curb school bullying. Nothing more. No "indoctrination centers." No Clockwork Orange type torture techniques. No lesson plans on gay sex.
It's just a bill to ensure the safety of America's children, but apparently Delgaudio decided to forgo the truth for the time honored right-wing technique of lying through the teeth.
And it isn't the first time he has scapegoated the lgbt community. At a January meeting, he called transgender men and women "freaky."
And then there a portion of this recent fundraising letter, which further demonstrates that he doesn't particularly like lgbts. It's as if he took the most hysterical fears of all of the top religious right groups and combined them into one hot mess:
. . . the Radical Homosexuals are storming through Washington demanding passage of their agenda.
And with the passage of Thought Control last year, they say NOW is the time to push their perverse "life-style" on every man, women and child in America.
And they insist YOU actually support them.
The Homosexual Lobby played a major role in electing Obama and the majorities he enjoys in both houses of Congress.
I can only begin to imagine all the damage the Radical Homosexuals will do with their allies controlling the House of Representatives, the Senate and the White House.
As the President of Public Advocate of the U.S., I've devoted twenty-seven years to battling the radical homosexuals in Washington.
Backed by Hollywood celebrities, the media and millions of your tax dollars, the Radical Homosexuals have many Congressmen quivering with fear -- and they have a Radical Homosexual-friendly majority in control of Congress.
That is why pro-family Senators and Congressmen are counting on me to find out if you really support the Gay Bill of Special Rights and homosexual marriage as the radical homosexuals claim.
Please click here to complete the American Morality survey and prove to Congress that Americans oppose homosexual marriage and the Gay Bill of Special Rights today.
Frankly if you really do support the radical Homosexual Agenda -- or if you just no longer care enough to stand up for the family -- insiders in Congress say the entire Homosexual Agenda could pass in a matter of months.
*** Special job rights for homosexuals and lesbians. Businesses may have to adopt hiring quotas to protect themselves from lawsuits. Every homosexual fired or not hired becomes a potential federal civil rights lawsuit.
Radical homosexuals will terrorize day care centers, hospitals, churches and private schools. Traditional moral values will be shattered by federal law.
*** Same-sex marriages and adoptions. Wedding-gown clad men smooching before some left-wing clergy or state official is just the beginning.
You'll see men hand-in-hand skipping down to adoption centers to "pick out" a little boy for themselves.
*** Homosexual advocacy in schools. Your children or grandchildren will be taught homosexuality is moral, natural and good. High school children will learn perverted sex acts as part of "safe sex" education.
With condoms already handed out in many schools, Radical Homosexuals will have little trouble adopting today's "if it feels good do it" sex-ed curriculum to their agenda.
And to add insult to injury, lobbyists for the Homosexual Agenda are paid off with your tax dollars!
That's right, radical homosexual groups like the Gay-Lesbian Task Force and ACT-UP receive millions from the government.
Now that letter was so hardcore that I hear Anita Bryant got angry over it.
Naturally in Delgaudio's letters are solicitations for money. And personally, I would happily give Delgaudio any funds he desires so long as he invests them in a good long stay at a local mental hospital.
I don't know what disturbs me me more - Delgaudio's blatant homophobia or the fact that someone was dumb enough to elect him to public office.
The only difference is that Delgaudio decided to omit the "we love you but we hate what you do" lie in lieu of comparing us to the aliens who blew up the White House in Independence Day.
It certainly doesn't make his homophobic comments sound any better but it's nice to know exactly where we stand with Delgaudio.
Even if it is in a pool of quicksand.