It’s not too late to call Donna Miller (910-308-7619) at the Concerned Women for America and book your seat at Saturday’s annual dinner for Peter LaBarbera’s Americans For Truth About Homosexuality. None other than Matt Barber will be on hand to promote his new memoir, The Right Hook: From The Ring To The Culture War. (Sadly, there are no reviews on Amazon yet. Go ahead, review it!) If you don’t want to buy a ticket from Donna (910-308-7619), you can join the Gay Liberation Network at their protest. But you probably would rather help Donna sell out the event: 910-308-7619.
UPDATE: Porno Pete is positively quivering with rage that I’m helping promote his gay soiree.
Folks, imagine if a Christian or conservative group publicized the phone number of a homosexual employee taking calls for a “gay” organization’s fundraiser, in an obvious attempt to harass the person and the group. Such a dirty trick rightly would be condemned by pro-family and conservative leaders as beyond the pale. Well, check out this little bit of nastiness by New York City-based atheist homosexual blogger Joe Jervis, creator of the “Joe.My.God” website [WARNING: this is a very dirty and vulgar website]. Jervis posts (North Carolina-based) AFTAH staffer Donna Miller’s phone number FOUR times in a 100-word post. Creepy. Homosexual militants love to rail against Christian “hate”– falsely equating traditional beliefs about homosexuality with malice and bigotry. But if this isn’t true hate and harassment, then nothing is. (If you have a thick stomach, check out the mean and twisted comments, mostly targeting Barber, that follow Jervis’ post.)
Petey, here’s where your analogy is wrong: I don’t work for any LGBT or progressive group. I only represent myself. And believe it or not, I genuinely would love for your event to sell out with the readers of this here website thingy. Sure would liven things up, no? And you must be hurting for advance sales, I found that phone number on at least four sites today – it’s not exactly a secret, you plugged it again today yourself. It’s more than a little bit hilarious for a person who devotes each and every day of his life to causing pain and unhappiness for his fellow Americans to get the fainting vapors when someone else reposts his own message, almost verbatim. But hey, at least for once you didn’t call me a “leatherman.” Thanks for that, I’ve gotten a lot of ribbing from my friends over it.
UPDATE II: Dan Savage weighs in.