At the sparsely-attended March for Marriage march in Washington last week, National Organization for Marriage [NOM] president and Delusional-in-Chief, Brian Brown really took to some word-twisting, er, paraphrasing, er, plagiarizing,, er, stealing, when he said:
"We know that some day, whether it's one year, ten years, twenty years, or decades from now, people will look back at this time and remember those of us who stood up for the truth."
I’m pondering what the ‘truth’ might be? That Brown is a secretly self-loathing gay man who has created this behemoth of bigotry to keep his little secret?
Or … he’s just delusional.
Not to be outdone, however, Gary Bauer, a former failed presidential candidate from the party of WTF, as well as president and Delusional-in-Chief of the Family Research Council, spoke at the Road to Majority summit today about President Obama's "secular" political agenda. He said Obama is "obsessed with this [gay rights agenda]" and he has threatened to drop aid to "third-world countries...if they don't adopt his views", like imposing sanctions on Uganda for human rights abuses, but it was when he said this that he crossed the line from crazy to downright delusional:
"He's repealed 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' for homosexuals and replaced it with 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' for Christians! … If Obama succeeds in turning us into a secular, humanist nation, ripping us out of our Judeo-Christian roots, then the country, the republic will be destroyed."
God will smite us all, where, maybe I guess just the Christians, because Obama, and let us not forget, the majority of Americans now, believe in marriage equality. meanwhile i'm still trying to find the Christians who are being told not to talk about being Christian.
And lastly we have Jeremy Schwab, the ‘ex-gay’ Texas Republican delegate behind the party’s “Reparative Therapy” plank, who is speaking out — because the crazies love to be heard — saying he’s surprised with all the media coverage of the issue:
"There are counselors out there who help us overcome same-sex attraction by finding need fulfillment in other ways in our lives and by addressing emotional wounds, and that has reduced the same-sex attraction significantly."
Schwab says he was way gay for twelve years, but learned to suppress, he uses the word reduce, his homosexual attractions though prayer, counseling and emotional healing but he’s not fond of calling it reparative therapy because it isn’t about “repairing” anyone who’s broken.
It’s just brainwashing someone, though prayer and counseling and emotional healing, to think they are something that they are not. Jeremy Schwab is not an ‘ex’ gay; he’s a self-loathing gay man who is so afraid of living his truth that he’s chosen the path of the lie.
Or of the delusion.