Eugene Delgaudio Only Needs $50,000 To Stop ENDA

Someone get the man a leotard and cape, he’s got superpowers!  Eugene Delgaudio, email scam artist and president of Public Advocate of the United States, “a nonprofit organization that fights the radical agenda of the Homosexual Lobby,” just emailed me with this amazing claim about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act:

Dear Laurel,

Tomorrow is Day #5 of Public Advocate’s Emergency Battleground Action Initiative.

So far we’ve raised over $17,000 thanks to an outpouring of support from pro-Family Public Advocate supporters like you.

Unfortunately, we’re almost halfway to our deadline of November 17th and we are falling behind the pace needed to meet our goal.

If we want to reach the $50,000 needed to hold the line against the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), I need 14 people in Seattle to chip in $10, $20, or whatever amount possible right now.

Can you be one of those 14 people?

The U.S. Senate passed ENDA last week in a historic bipartisan vote.  The bill now awaits action in the House of Representatives

Mr. Delgaudio doesn’t have a prayer of making a dent in the ENDA debate with $50,000, but he can certainly use it to fatten up his million-dollar annual budget.  Or go Christmas shopping.  After all, Public Advocate of the United States has paid Mr. Delgaudio a total of at least $720,000 in “management” fees for the years 2005 through 2011.

Mr. Delgaudio first came to my attention when he sent this “rainbow blood” image to his email list, which seemed to be advocating lethal violence against LGBT people.

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