'Radical' wins for homosexuals

Monday, November 12, 2012
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

A pro-family activist who works to expose the truth about homosexuality says the "gay" community is ecstatic about its victories for deviancy and debauchery in last week's elections.

Radical homosexuals have been celebrating since the election of a radical lesbian activist to the U.S. Senate and five other homosexuals, plus a bi-sexual, to the House of Representatives. They also won the same-sex "marriage" ballot initiatives in Maine, Maryland, and Washington and defeated a constitutional amendment that would have protected traditional marriage in Minnesota.

LaBarbera, PeterPeter LaBarbera, founder and president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH), believes the election of Tammy Baldwin (D) to the Senate seat in Wisconsin might have been prevented if the GOP had made an issue of her radical views.

"She has spoken at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force conference -- it's so radical that they even promote sadomasochism," he explains. "So obviously there was a lot of ammunition that conservatives or some special-interest group could have used against Tammy Baldwin."

And LaBarbera is outraged that the GOP supported congressional candidate Richard Tisei (R), an open homosexual who ended up losing in liberal Massachusetts.

"The Republican Party threw a ton of money at this gay Republican," he laments. "The national Republican Party now has no problem if the Republican is openly homosexual; [they are saying] we'll still support you."

The AFTAH president asserts that the homosexuals are fanatically pushing their agenda and do not quit until they win.

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