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02/16/2010

The profiting from fallacy lifestyle: Can people really change?

by Jeremy Hooper

Arthur Abba Goldberg is a prominent figure in the bizarre world of "ex-gay"dom. But before his current tenure with those who bank on putting stock in bonds with the opposite-sex regardless of the cost, Goldberg was involved in a more traditional form of costly stock/bond fraud.

Head over to Wayne Besen's Truth Wins Out for the extensive (and eye-opening) story:

Ex-Gay Icon is Secret Ex-Con Who Specialized In Bilking Poor Communities [TWO]

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Wild, isn't it?

Posted by: Evan Hurst | Feb 16, 2010 12:56:55 PM

The LaBarBears of the world are so willing to invite anyone into their cadre, just as long as that 'anyone' is willing to vilify the gays. And it doesn't matter how disgraced they have been, or in this case, how much they feed the notion that ALL of them are virulent swindlers, just looking to separate every last shekel (even to the point of destroying them financially) from every idiot who is willing to fork it over.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Feb 16, 2010 10:30:56 PM

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