You know, what’s really disgusting to me are these Bi-Sexual Homophobes who continue to disgrace America. –ABratt
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The AFA crowd refers to “Christians” as if they represent all Christians in a concerted campaign to block Gay Marriage. LOL–ABratt
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Tupelo MS’s Homophobic Don Wildmon started out supporting the Homophobic Ricky Perry, Gov. Of Texas, but dropped Perry like a nest full of mad red-wasps soon thereafter. Then, more recently, Wildmon has met with other leaders of the so-called Religious-Right to decide who will fill the vacancy left by Perry. The Homophobic Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania fame is, according to some news media, high on the list to fill the Perry void, further proof that Homophobia is contagious among Homophobics of the Christian Right! – AB
Rick Perry Decks The Halls With Boughs Of Homophobia
by Rev. Susan Russell, HP, 12-30-11, Re-posted by AlBratt Jan 8, 2012
“It’s beginning to look a lot like [a slightly belated] Christmas — but sadly Rick Perry is decking the halls with homophobia rather than holly. His new December ad campaign promising voters that as president he would “end Obama’s war on religion” and “fight against liberal attacks on our religious heritage” begins: read more here…
the homophobic rev. don wildmon founder of afa endorses gingrich in iowa but romney rises shortly thereafter. wildmon said he was using his influence in iowa for gingrich’s benefit. question is: what is de influence of intolerance worth?
Homophobic, Islamophobic, Boycott Obsessed Rev. Don Wildmon founder of the AFA located on the “Dark Side” of Tupelo, MS endorsed Newt Gingrich for president only a couple of days ago. Today Gingrich made this comment to the HP:”I am an agent of real change,” he said with characteristic bombast.
Wildmon and Gingrich teamed up together would create a theocratic form of government to replace our existing secular form of government if they gained enough legislative power. The fact that these two fanatics are now teamed up together is problematic for those of us who want America to remain a free nation according to the present Constitutional “Separation of Church & State.
Now, more than ever, I know I will Vote for Obama.
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There is no question in my mind that Tupelo has a “Very Dark Side.”– Al Bratton
“Former Employees: Racism & Abuse In Religious Right Organization”
by Sarah Posner, Religion Dispatches, July 16, 2011
“Just before this year’s Values Voter Summit, the progressive advocacy group People For the American Way called on Republican elected officials and candidates to condemn virulently anti-gay and anti-Muslim statements made by the American Family Association’s director of public policy, Bryan Fischer.
The AFA, founded by [United Methodist Minister] Donald Wildmon in Tupelo, Mississippi back in 1977, was known as the National Federation for Decency until 1988. Today, along with Focus on the Family and the Family Research Council, it’s one of the powerhouses of the religious right. Contributions to the nonprofit exceeded $19 million last year, according to financial data made available by the Evangelical Council on Financial Accountability. In 2008, the organization donated $500,000 in support of Proposition 8 in California,…
Michael Keegan, president of People For the American Way. “The AFA has also played an active role in driving the national right-wing agenda—at the so called Values Voter Summit this year, GOP leaders echoed the AFA’s talking points on gays and lesbians, Islam, and the supposed persecution of American Christians.”