'Ex-gay' James Hartline: Repug group will promote the homo agenda
It seems like this guy pops up every other week, uttering some kind of nonsense. “Former homo” James Hartline is now worrying about a Republican “cabal” that’s not just going soft on homos, but it is working to promote normalization of the deviant behavior he’s worked so hard to escape. He’s probably losing sleep at night.
California-based Christian activist who spent 30 years in the homosexual lifestyle says Christians need to be aware of an organization known as the Republican Unity Coalition, which he believes has stayed under the “Christian radar.” According to its own website, the Coalition — “a gay-straight alliance of Republican leaders, working to encourage tolerance and to address concerns of gay and lesbian Americans” — came about as an outgrowth of the George W. Bush campaign in 2000.
Simpson, Ford and Kolbe are too down with the homos for Hartline.
Christian activist James Hartline says the RUC has one goal: “to make homosexuality a non-issue within the Republican Party.” He contends the group will “turn the party into pacifists when it comes to dealing with the gay agenda.” And Hartline says the RUC has some pretty heavy hitters, including a former Republican senator and president. He points out that retired Senator Alan Simpson is the group’s honorary chairman, and that the RUC Advisory Board includes former President Gerald Ford as well as Jim Kolbe, a homosexual congressman from Arizona. “These are liberal Republicans who are not strong advocates of Christian conservatism,” the former homosexual states. Hartline says the RUC is fully committed to opposing a Constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between one man and one woman.