Troy, Michigan's tea party mayor, Janice Daniels, is in hot water after posting an anti-gay slur on her Facebook page. The new mayor posted "Going to throw away my I Love New York bag now that queers can get married" and city residents are highly upset at the black eye she's given the town.
After angry protesters and media confronted the mayor before a city council meeting, she lectured the crowd on the meaning of forgiveness by saying, "True forgiveness means that you wipe the slate clean and allow the person to improve themselves from that point forward, so this is a very good lesson for all of us!"
After being told that her demeanor didn't indicate she was truly sorry for her actions, she countered with, "I'm a good person, I really am. I said one word that you don't like. One word."
There's another video of people confronting her as she enters City Hall after the break, but that was nothing compared to what awaited the mayor during the council meeting though. Watch as angry residents line up to speak their piece and castigate the politician for embarrassing the city. It's a sight to behold.