Mike Jones has managed to get his “Ted Haggard Massage Table” relisted on eBay. And now Rev. Karen Booth, the fundie that got it pulled the first time, in once again calling on her minions to barrage eBay with complaints. From her site, Transforming Congregations:
MEMO TO EBAY
From: Rev. Karen Booth
To: Customer Relations
Re: Offensive Listing
To Whom It May Concern:
I want to draw your attention to eBay item 290092184603 “Ted Haggard Massage Table.”
This item is not only offensive to any person in the eBay community who might be personally connected to Mr. Haggard, but is also highly offensive to Christians, particularly conservative evangelicals. I think it is a violation of eBay’s stated Community Values and I ask you to remove the listing from the eBay website.
I have put an alert on my ministry’s national website and have also informed other national Christian ministries, including the American Family Association. (The auction is also being discussed on several Internet blogs.) If the offensive listing is not removed, I will encourage my supporters to boycott eBay, which I also intend to do.
Rev. Booth is typically fundie-obsessed with homosexuals, check out her “hot topics” under “be informed” Or maybe just send her an email, laden with “Christian love”, as I just did, @ [email protected].