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Pull out the tiny violin for the fundies — they feel like GOP doormats

Christian Defense Coalition: Many evangelicals ‘feel used, taken for granted’ by GOP. (Raw Story)

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Have you drawn out your hankie to wipe away the profuse tears yet?

“If Republicans lose the House or Senate, they only have themselves to blame,” said the group’s director, Rev. Pat Mahoney, who was formerly with the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue. “They have failed to energize and empower faith and value voters which provide a critical base of support for the Republican Party.”

Rev. Mahoney claims that many evangelicals believe that the Republican Party “courts them during elections and then abandons and ignores them after the election is over.”

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By the way, how did it feel to learn that your party of values was filled to the brim with professionally closeted ho-mo-sex-u-als — some of them even running the GOP and offices of your elected officials at the highest levels — all with the blessings of Republican leadership? These are the same people who told you that they’d never hire a homosexual, but then you found out that they had. These are the same people who would vote for a federal marriage amendment, but cruised for sex on a gay phone dating service.

It had to feel like a kick in the blessed posterior to learn it was a burgeoning morals- and ethics-free circuit party on the Hill, complete with crude cruising for House pages on the taxpayers’ dime.


Maf54 (7:58:59 PM): but it must feel great spirting on the towel

[redacted screenname] (7:59:06 PM): ya

Maf54 (7:59:29 PM): wow

Maf54 (7:59:48 PM): is your little guy limp…or growing

[redacted screenname] (7:59:54 PM): eh growing

Maf54 (8:00:00 PM): hmm

Maf54 (8:00:12 PM): so you got a stiff one now

[redacted screenname] (8:00:19 PM): not that fast

[redacted screenname] (8:00:20 PM): hey

[redacted screenname] (8:00:32 PM): so you have a fetich

What’s wrong with this picture of the party of responsibility? Why didn’t the GOP protect the pages?

I hope you all prayed on it. How used do you feel?

“Comments I often hear are thing like; ‘Why should I pass out literature in the freezing cold or the pouring rain?'” Mahoney said. “‘Or, spend hours manning a phone bank for candidates that deliver so little.'”

Tears are simply streaming down my face at the thought of your rain-soaked and ruined biblically-based flyers on the evils of homosexuality and the preservation of marriage as well as precious pamphlets about the sanctity of the holy egg and sperm — and how to keep them from co-mingling until a proper heterosexual marital bond is established.

It appears that the GOP is a party without a moral compass, with a gubernatorial candidate accused of sexual assault, a Senate candidate allowing supporters to physically assault citizens, and a House member who beats his wife — and that’s just surfaced in the last couple of days.

While you are faithfully supporting the troops, a Republican House leader blamed those same troops for Iraq mess. What are you going to do?

You’ve been had, folks. They thought they were going to be able to fool you once again with the boogeymen of election cycles past — the promiscuous, amoral homo, the wanton woman ready to abort her fetus so she can party hard, and the godless heathen spouses and family members salivating at the idea of pulling the plug on their brain-dead relatives.

Maybe you should take a look at the Constitution Party.

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