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08/28/2006

When I grow up, I want to be a lesbian

by Jeremy Hooper

In our opinion, this one little line from Agape Press about the election drama surrounding Patricia Todd and her challenger, Gaynell Hendricks, reveals so much about how the "pro-family" team views us gays. Writer Joe Murray describes the two ladies by saying:

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Because never mind her role as the director of development for AIDS Alabama or any of the other hats Patricia Todd wears, for it is her sexual orientation that really should be juxtaposed against Hendricks' status as a business woman. After all, how could she possibly have time for a career when her hands are so fully destroying marriage and corrupting impressionable children? Todd's a lesbian and Hendricks is a business woman, end of story.

::writer roles eyes with such fervor, one might assume that in addition to being a career homosexual, he's also a professional "sarcasm through eyes"-conveyor::

Oh, and for what it's worth, the rest of the article -- wherein Murray describes the Democratic Party as "a hodge-podge collection of misfit toys" and makes an aggressive attempt to pit blacks and gays opposite one another as rivals -- is also quite annoying in its flawed logic. But if you'd like to hear a white, gay civil rights foe divisively advise Southern blacks "to break ranks with the likes of the NAACP" and "bring the message of traditional values to the newly dejected black southern Democrat," then the link is below.

Now if you'll excuse me, this professional gay needs to get back to work, as he is on the cock clock.

Sweet Home Alabama [Agape]

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