Friday, 15 October 2010

You'll never guess. . .

. . . who's profiting from the abortion industry (as fetus fetishists like to style abortion providers).

Whackadoodle Rupublican teabagger, New York gubernatorial candidate, and staunch fetus fetishist Carl Paladino.

Turns out he is landlord to an abortuary Planned Parenthood clinic.

And that's not the end of his galloping hypocrisy.

Last week he got into hot water for his views on the gay agenda.
"I just think my children and your children would be much better off and much more successful getting married and raising a family, and I don't want them to be brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid and successful option. It isn't," said Paladino.

The remarks came right after Paladino said it was time to stop pandering to "pornographers and perverts."

Paladino, whose nephew is gay, outlined his views on gay issues at two separate events with religious leaders, saying he would veto any legislation that granted gays the right to marry.

"I oppose the homosexual agenda, whether they call it marriage, civil union or domestic partnership," said the Republican candidate.

And now we find that he's an enabler of said agenda. He was landlord to gay bars.

Go read more about this charming character, including his years-long history of sending racist and pornographic emails to his pals.
He allegedly sent:
- A video, send round ahead of president Barack Obama's signing in, entitled 'Obama Inauguration Rehearsal' showing an African tribesman dancing, and is apparently popular among white supremacists
- An e-mail with the subject line 'Proof the Irish discovered Africa' containing a video of monkeys that appear to be doing a Riverdance-style jig
- A bestiality video involving a horse and a woman
In other words -- he's a pervert and pornographer-enabler too.

Unless the good people of New York state have completely mislaid their collective wits, meet new Governor Andrew Cuomo, a real friend of gays and pro-choice too.


Beijing York said...

I hadn't read about the e-mails. What a piece of work!

Alison said...

The really frightening thing is that he even has a chance of winning.

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