Ron 'gays are worse than maggots' Baity to lead another @Vote4MarriageNC campaign rally
On April 20, Ron Baity and his Return America group will host yet another marriage rally in support of North Carolina's Vote For Marriage NC campaign:
This Ron Baity: The one who says gays are worse than maggots:
Not only are we worse than maggots -- we're also like murderers, apparently:
But Baity doesn't hate anyone -- he just wants to "save" us so we will "quit being homos":
*SOURCE: 8/31/11 [Janet Parshall]
Gays are embracing a "learned lifestyle," science be damned:
Gays aren't "normal":
Gays promoting "perversion" in schools:
Kids who join GLSEN clubs should "set down in the middle of next week" (a seeming play on the "knock into next week" phrase):
SOURCE: Marriage Sermon
[Berean Baptist Church]
The LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trisexual, apparently) community wants to use their "lifestyles" to "recruit" folks towards the "urban renewal program" experienced by Sodom & Gomorrah, since the homosexuals' "pleasure in doing evil" is "the one sin in the Bible that causes God to act swiftly"
SOURCE: Take A Stand, 12/20/07
And there's this from Pastor Baity's monthly newsletter:
"Since they cannot produce they must recruit young people to their perverted, warped agenda. One cannot think of anything more nauseating, debased, lewd and immoral than recruiting precious young people into such shameful conduct."
Return America Newsletter, 1/2011 [ReturnAmerica.org]
This is the guy who will be rallying the North Carolina forces, just as he did days before the 2011 legislative vote (alongside figures like Tony Perkins and several elected officials, an event promoted by groups like NOM and FRC).
All of this is rapidly turning Vote For Marriage NC into the most obviously animus-driven marriage campaign of all time. Uhm -- congratulations, North Carolina?!?
**NOTE: At Baity's rally right before the legislature voted to put this on the ballot, ten lawmakers showed up to speak (including the bill's sponsors), as well as Bill Brooks from the North Carolina Family Policy Council and Tony Perkins from the Family Research Council. Plus groups like NOM promoted the event. (Full video here)
So while I know that those folks won't show to this rally, since the anti-equality movement becomes a thousand times more careful when campaign season rolls around, you should know that Baity is very connected to the current fight. That is undeniable.
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