Bil Browning

I Quit: Palinitus Strikes 3 Times

Filed By Bil Browning | March 04, 2010 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Politics
Tags: American Family Association, anti-gay politicians, Don Wildmon, Eric Massa, fundie watch, Roy Ashburn, Sarah Palin

There's been an epidemic of Palinitus sweeping the nation this week. Conservatives and politicians are dropping like flies.

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oh, so so sad.

I love the guy driving drunk after picking up a guy. I mean... geesh, how stupid are you?

but then, they never think they are going to get caught. they think they are toooooo special.

I don't wish anyone ill health but the black hole pretty much sounds right to me, bil.

Rick Sours | March 4, 2010 8:55 PM

Straight men who are comfortable with their own sexuality do not continually make anti-Gay comments.
There are straight men who have girlfriends or wives who have sex with other men .

I find it interesting whenever I hear about men who have a history of supporting anti-Gay legislation who are "linked" to other men in questionable situations. As the old saying goes: "and it probably isn't their first time at the rodeo".

Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | March 4, 2010 9:11 PM

Hey, state senator Ashburn was on a "fact finding tour." He discovered that you *can* get drunk and pick up a man in a gay bar. That is why we all must be ordered to become hypocrites by law so that we can have a "just and ordered" society.

I have known enough Gay/bisexual politicians and religious public figures from the bad old days to know that a great number of them are compelled to take these risks at greater and greater levels until they are caught. How else do you explain the behavior of a Ted Haggard?

At the heterosexual end of things how can you explain Jimmy Swaggart who denounced and defrocked other ministers while he indulged in his own hypocrisy.