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Eugene Delgaudio Warns Gay Men Will Terrorize Day Care Centers, 'Pick Out A Little Boy'

6a00d8341c730253ef016303573a75970d-800wiWingnut Virginia Republican Eugene Delgaudio, who heads listed hate group Public Advocate of the United States, has warned supporters that “wedding gown-clad men” are about to “terrorize daycare centers, hospitals, churches and private schools," reports Right Wing Watch.

In a fundraising email sent last week with the subject “They say you support homosexual ‘marriage,’” Delgaudio explained that because of the “homosexual agenda,” you will very soon “see men hand-in-hand skipping down to adoption centers to ‘pick out a little boy for themselves.”

As if that weren’t enough to worry the homophobes, Delgaudio goes on to say that because of “special job rights for homosexuals,” “every homosexual fired or not hired becomes a potential federal civil rights lawsuit.”

The horror gets worse as he warns that “radical homosexuals will terrorize daycare centers, hospitals, churches and private schools.”

6a00d8341c730253ef01b7c6f80891970b-800wiHe also warned that the Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2011 - which he refers to as  the "Homosexual Classrooms Act" - will push the "homosexual agenda" (which appears to encompass safe sex) in schools:

"Your children or grandchildren will be taught homosexuality is moral, natural and good. High school children will learn perverted sex acts as part of 'safe sex' education.

"With condoms already handed out in many schools, radical homosexuals will have little trouble adopting today's 'if it feels good do it' sex-ed curriculum to their agenda."

Last year, Public Advocate of the United States was sued for stealing a New Jersey couple's wedding photo for use in an anti-gay political mailing [pictured above]. Delgaudio was also censured by the Republican party for misuse of party funds.


Check Out This Michigan Candidate's Awesome Response to Anti-gay Bigotry: READ

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Josh Derke, a Democratic candidate for state representative from Michigan's 93rd House District, has made public an awesome pro-LGBT letter he sent to anti-gay listed hate group Public Advocate of the United States (PAUC) having received a survey from the group, reports The Advocate.

Derke says that when he received the "2014 Michigan Family Values Survey" - which he refers to as “a pile of excrement” - from the Michigan-based PAUC, his jaw dropped.

The survey demanded that candidates "pledge to refuse any donation from the Homosexual Lobby or their allies — especially from Tim Gill or Paul Singer” or face being accused of supporting the “Anti-Family Agenda."

Writing on his blog, Derke said:

"I have received some pretty outrageous letters and surveys before, but I just couldn’t be silent about this. I chose not to participate in their survey. I couldn’t. … I elected instead to send a letter. Their survey was hurtful; I have family, and many friends, that are LGBT. They’re not immoral, and they’re not seeking special privileges."

Derke's letter, directed to PAUC’s Eugene Delgaudio - who was recently censured by the Republican party for misuse of county funds - is one of the best and most entertaining replies to anti-gay bigots that are likely ever to read.

PhotoLast year, Delgaudio's group was sued for stealing a New Jersey couple's wedding photo  for use in an anti-gay political mailing [pictured right].

Apologizing to Delgaudio for his lack of support of the homophobic agenda, Derke says that the gays have “already dug their fabulously manicured claws into me, and I am afraid to report that I have been brainwashed into mindless support of the Homosexual Agenda.”

Worth quoting at length, the letter makes clear to the hate group that the “homosexual agenda” is “a phantom of your own creation":

“Would that it were that your erudite survey had reached my desk earlier, ere I succumbed to their influence, my mind might yet be unshackled from the horrible idea that all people deserve equal treatment and dignity.

“Let me tell you what pro-family is, Eugene. Pro-family is standing by your gay brother for merely being who he is. Pro-family is accepting your cousins, your friends, and homosexual parents across the globe for who they are. It is recognizing that all credible studies that have explored the issue of gay and lesbian parents have shown that they raise well-adjusted children who are just as successful as those raised by straight parents. Pro-family means that you’re not going to rip established families apart because you can’t see through the veil of your own self-defeating prejudices.

“Pro-family is not demonizing and dehumanizing people because they’re different than you are. It is not labeling a group of people immoral because you don’t understand human sexuality.

"I am far from silent on pro-family issues. I am, in fact, vociferous. I imagine that it is a voice you’d rather be silent. The truth is that there is no homosexual agenda. There is no homosexual lobby. There are only people — men, women, transgendered, and others — who deserve equal treatment under the law, and equal respect in our society. Human beings with dignity, who love and are loved, in return.

“You signed the letter as “HON. EUGENE DELGAUDIO,” but there is nothing honorable about your letter, your survey, or your conduct. You and your group should be ashamed of sending this pile of excrement. And I hope that if there is even a shred of humanity within you that you feel a twinge of guilt and shame for comparing loving couples and parents to pedophiles.”

Josh Derke now has a fundraising page up at JoshDerke.ruck.us. Read the cover letter to the survey he received from the PAUC, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Anti-Gay Bigot Eugene Delgaudio Censured By His Own Party For Financial Misuse

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The Republicans of Loudoun County in Virginia have a line, an ethical bridge too far, and after four re-elections Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) finally crossed it. It wasn't that the Virginia GOP finally tired of his rabid, vicious anti-GLBT bigotry and perpetual demonization of homosexuals or that he's the head of the SPLC-certified hate group Public Advocate of the United States. It's that he misused county funds.

That's right, it's not the years of embarrassingly loud wing-nut bigotry beyond even the level of Ruben Diaz (D-New York) that got him in trouble, it's money.

According to the Loudoun Times the Grand Jury report...

"...highlights testimony of a harsh working environment in the supervisor's office, a lack of focus on constituent services and a likely, but not blatant, misuse of county resources.”

Delgaudio was also accused of misusing his staff by directing them to not address constituent concerns and to report directly to an executive director at Public Advocate. As a result, a vote by county Republicans to censure Delgaudio passed by 8-1 with Delgaudio offering the only dissenting vote. He has been stripped of any power to serve on standing committees or regional partnership organizations, and his district office funds have been moved to a corporate board budget to be used under direction and approval of the full board.

Stand by for a breathless email money beg somehow blaming this on homosexual activists.


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Eugene Delgaudio, the Virginia conservative who used a gay couple's wedding picture to campaign against Colorado State Sen. Jean White and propagandize against marriage equality, is being investigated for allegedly using public resources and employees to fuel his anti-gay crusade.

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Gay Couple Sues Virginia Conservative Eugene Delgaudio Over Stolen Wedding Photo

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The Southern Poverty Law Center, on behalf of Brian Edwards and Tom Privitere, a gay NJ couple, is filing a federal lawsuit against Public Advocate of the United States, the conservative non-profit organization led by Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio.

Delgaudio's group stole the couple's wedding photo for use in an anti-gay political mailing, the AP reports:

DelgaudioThe photo was used in mailers in a June primary election involving Sen. Jean White, one of a handful of Republicans who supported a civil unions bill that was blocked in the state House. The mailer, which replaced the Manhattan skyline with a snowy background, read: “State Senator Jean White’s Idea of ‘Family Values?’”

White lost the primary against a fellow Republican in a northwestern Colorado district.

Ypu may recall some of Delgaudio's past antics. He fought tooth and nail against an anti-discrimination ordinance in Loudon County, labeling transgender people "it" and "real life Tootsies" and has had an ongoing campaign against the Student Non-Discrimination Act which included an email sent out by the Weekly Standard warning people that federal anti-bullying legislation is a secret plan to "indoctrinate" children with "homosexual propaganda".

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Loudoun County Democrats Call for Resignation of Anti-Gay Hate Group Leader and Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio

Loudoon County, Virginia Democrats on Monday called for Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio’s resignation on Monday following the designation by the Southern Poverty Law Center earlier this month of Delgaudio's conservative nonprofit organization, Public Advocate of the United States, as a "hate group".

DelgaudioEvan Macbeth, chairman of the Loudoun County Democratic Committee, said the time has come for Delgaudio, who won his fourth term as supervisor in November, to step down.

 “Loudoun County is no place for hatred and bigotry,” Macbeth said in a statement Monday. “The people of Loudoun deserve much better from their elected leaders than Eugene Delgaudio.”

You may recall that Delgaudio fought tooth and nail against an anti-discrimination ordinance in Loudon County, labeling transgender people "it" and "real life Tootsies" and has had an ongoing campaign against the Student Non-Discrimination Act which included an email sent out by the Weekly Standard warning people that federal anti-bullying legislation is a secret plan to "indoctrinate" children with "homosexual propaganda".

Said Delgaudio in an interview today with the WaPo:

“Now a no-name organization is on [the SPLC] list,. They’re scraping the bottom of the barrel when they have to kick the Italian guy...Liberals will always cry when they lose, and they lose every time they come up against me...I think the term anti-gay is wrong, but I’m not going to cry about it. I would categorize [Public Advocate] as pro-family, pro-traditional marriage..."


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