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02/27/2009

Video: Ro, Ro, Ro your duplicitous boat

by Jeremy Hooper

Okay, so the following CPAC video shows professional "ex-gay" Doug McIntyre standing in front of PFOX signage, passsing off all the usual "you're not born gay" talking points. Big yawner.

But here's what we want you to do. Turn up the audio around the the 1:30 mark and listen what the person in the background is telling someone about Rosie O'Donnell, her "alcoholic, abusive father," how she "married mommy" in order to replace her own deceased mother, and how she and Kelly are engaging in a "sociological experiment":

Now, it might come as a shock to Rosie that her father was an abusive alcoholic, considering that, to the best of our considerable knowledge on the subject (we've read her books), she has never publicly said as much. But it's certainly convenient to the "ex-gay" cause, so facts be damned (along with the gays). Besmirch her father's name, exploit her mother's death, mix and bake at 450 until something resembling plausibility rises to the surface.

Oh, to be a fly on the wall to hear what else they say about us when they think we're not listening!

From CPAC: Gay converter says "Change is possible" [YT]

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Your thoughts

You think that's bad you should hear what they have to say about blacks, believe me conservatives are still racists towards blacks just not openly anymore. I know because I hear what my parents say about blacks when they think I'm not listening and lets just say they wouldn't want me to make a tape recording and post it on Youtube. And they have the gall to say they're not racist.

Posted by: Adam Kautz | Feb 27, 2009 3:22:45 PM

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