This is form thedailybeast.com, a NY headquartered internet rag…if you can call a digital newspaper a rag…or a newsPAPER?
Anyway, the headline, which is all many read, would lead one to think the writer had a gay old time with Ms. O’Donnell, a so-called gay experience, when in fact, he’s gay, but didn’t know it,…duh…until after he’d worked for her. Then again I don’t know how a man can have a gay experience with a woman, unless the man thinks he’s a woman, which I guess makes some sort of perverted sense…did I say perverted? And you can see that the narrator or writer may in fact be homophobic, as they drop the fact that O’Donnell has (if even true) a lesbian sister, in my belief subliminally hoping that will be a negative to many. And she dropped him, when, to believe him if possible, she washed her hands of him, or maybe washed her hands after shaking hands with him…because he’s a slimeball whose betraying her former trust, not because he’s gay. This is typical of the slimy innuendo that she’ll get so much more of before she surprises all the nay sayers and beats the pants off (no slimy innuendo pun intended) her democratic opponent. I, for one, liked it better when gay meant happy, and I for one, don’t give a rat’s ass about someone’s sexuality, so long as they don’t flaunt it in front of me or mine or make a pass at my grandchildren while too young to make up their own mind about being, or not being, light in their loafers. I’ve had a number of gay friends, having once owned an art gallery and having been around the publishing biz for a long time, and admire many of them for their talent if not their preference…and always wasted no time in telling them to keep their hands off my thigh, and that I don’t enjoy a pat on the butt unless I’m playing football. I hope they keep this crap up, as it will do nothing but help O’Donnell.
My Ex-Gay Life with Christine O’Donnell
Wade Richards helped Delaware’s new Palin-endorsed, Tea Party-affiliated GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell rail against gay rights—until he came out. He tells Michelle Goldberg how O’Donnell abandoned him, and how her lesbian sister helped him accept his sexuality.
Wade Richards used his Bible school tuition money to fly to Los Angeles 10 years ago, where he joined forces with Christine O’Donnell to be her spokesman against homosexuality. Richards had just completed a Christian ex-gay rehab program, and O’Donnell had founded an organization called The Savior’s Alliance for Lifting the Truth, or The SALT. Richards says he later confided in O’Donnell that he continued to struggle with same-sex attraction. What helped Richards finally make peace with his sexuality was talking to O’Donnell’s own sister, a lesbian. When Richards did come out, he says O’Donnell turned her back on him.
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