Matching the 29 dimensions of batsh*t wingnut compatibility
That's what the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins is shoveling in an e-Harmony parody to promote the upcoming Washington Briefing 2007: Values Voter Summit.
In many ways, the search for the right presidential candidate and the search for a spouse share much in common. Both are a quest for a match that shares the same values, hopes and dreams for the future. Both require much time, consideration, and prayer. In light of these striking similarities, we've produced a short video airing on YouTube that's a fun, light-hearted take on how FRC Action's upcoming Washington Briefing 2007: Values Voter Summit can help you find a candidate who is compatible with your values.
Almost all of the luminaries of the right will be there — along with occupants of the GOP clown car.
Take a look at this speakers' list: Dr. Ted Baehr, Gary Bauer, Dr. Bill Bennett, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Ken Blackwell, Myrna Blyth, Judge Robert Bork, Sen. Sam Brownback, Chuck Colson, Jim Daly, Dr. James Dobson, John Fund, Frank Gaffney, Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, Sean Hannity, Roger Hedgecock, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Rep. Duncan Hunter, Bishop Harry Jackson, Dr. Richard Land, Rabbi Daniel Lapin, Mark Levin, Rich Lowry, Sen. John McCain, Ed Meese, Star Parker, Rep. Ron Paul, Father Frank Pavone, Tony Perkins, Robert Rector, Gov. Mitt Romney, Sen. Rick Santorum, Phyllis Schlafly, Alan Sears, Ben Stein, Rep. Tom Tancredo, Fred Thompson, Jim Wallis, Paul Weyrich.
You won't want to miss the scintillating session, “The Impact of the Homosexual Agenda” with Bob Knight, Director, Media Research Institute and Peter Sprigg, Vice President for Policy, FRC.
Right Wing Watch will be there and will provide all coverage of the goings on.
Will Giuliani be well received in spite of Dobson's denunciation? Romney, Thompson, and Huckabee all have their backers – and all want the blessings of the power-brokers at the conference, even though polling data makes it clear that the vast majority of voters – including a majority of Christians – don’t share the political priorities of the conference organizers like James Dobson and Tony Perkins.
People For the American Way Foundation has been monitoring the radical religious right for right for more than a quarter-century. Its blog, www.rightwingwatch.org, has tracked the ongoing dance between GOP presidential candidates and right-wing leaders and will feature live posts from the conference and a re-cap after the weekend is over.
Here's a copy of the Homo Agenda.
Hat tip, Good As You.