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04/20/2011

On Judge Walker, 'ex-gay' speaks from experience; By 'experience,' we mean as a far-right activist

by Jeremy Hooper

Self-professed "ex-gay" Greg Quinlan knows why Judge Vaughn Walker played a clip from the Prop 8 trial during a recent speech: Because the now-retired judge is a pathological homosexual, don' tcha know:

"I have to speak to this as a former homosexual. This is part of the pathology, the arrogance of the narcissism of homosexuality, because Judge Walker is himself a homosexual and proud to say so," the Pro-Family Network president explains. "So this is the issue that we have here. We have the elitist arrogance of the homosexual political movement who are making...rules as they go along. This is illicit and illegal what he did."
'Illicit, illegal' use of Prop. 8 trial tapes [ONN]

Eh, whatever. At least Greg didn't share his firsthand attendance at Gay Agenda meetings, where we narcissistic 'mos sit around planning how we can steal every heterosexual's wedding ring so we can smelt them into the world's largest dual-purpose sex toy/missile. Oops, I've said too much.

For his part, Judge Waker says he considered the Prop 8 clips part of his judicial papers, and that he used the clips in lectures because "videos or films of actual trials are more interesting, informative, compelling and, of course, realistic than reenactments or fictionalized accounts" [LA Times] Walker also says he will abide by any limitation a court might place upon him. But of course that compliance is dependent on whether or not he, being the elitist narcissist that he is, can stop staring in the gilded mirror we college-educated gays are all provided at our radical queer initiation ceremonies.

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