Agape Press: Run for Your Lives, the Queers Are Coming!

The folks at Agape Press are not happy with Patricia Todd’s victory or with the “pro-homosexual” blogs that helped spread the word about her campaign.  Their alarmist rhetoric is designed to widen the supposed rift between blacks and gays.  How Christian of them…

The Democratic Party has always been a hodge-podge collection of misfit toys, but this is especially true in the Bible Belt. To be a Democrat in the South is the equivalent to being a Republican in Hollywood. For the most part, Southern success and the party of the donkey have not walked hand in hand. [Gosh, really?  Last time I checked, the Alabama legislature had a Democratic majority.]  Because of this political development, Democratic Party politics became more about power than principle — and the number-one question is who will sit at the helm of the Democrats’ southern Titanic?

Ever since Bull Conner turned on the fire hoses in Selma, blacks have answered that question. Blacks were to the Dixie Democrats as sweet tea is to the South; and for almost half a century, blacks in the South enjoyed a hegemonic reign — that is, until the arrival of the homosexuals.

With the rise of gay activists in Democratic politics, it was only a matter of time before gays below the Mason-Dixon Line attempted to flex their political muscle and challenge the prominence of the party’s black leaders. And with primary election of the homosexual lobby’s lesbian lieutenant — Patricia Todd — the Democrats’ Bull Run followed.

My goodness.  How can these intensely straight people be such drama queens?

After days of party in-fighting, the Alabama Democrats voted to keep Todd on the ballot and recognize her win. Nevertheless, this split caught the eye of Howard Dean, who monitored the situation closely. While Democratic National Committee spokesperson Damian Lavera stressed that DNC rules prevented national interference in such matters, pro-homosexual bloggers [that would be me] were giddy with the news that Dean had called eight times during the meeting and been on the phone with Yellowhammer Democrats all week.

Now let’s be sure to stir up fear of the marauding gays who are on a quest to overrun state government.

Understand this — the homosexual lobby is on a quest to raise its rainbow flag over every state house in the Union. Blacks in the South are now learning this lesson, for their party is on the receiving end of a forcible makeover. Make no mistake, Todd was a trophy candidate; a candidate funded by the gay lobby, and her victory signals the Democratic wind is blowing in a new direction. Gays in, blacks out.  [Because we all know that you can't have both.  And I guess the folks at Agape Press don't know that there are black gay people.]

And here’s the call for backlash.  These people must have been talking to Frank Matthews.

…This sneeze will soon give the DNC a terrible cold. Traditionalists must recognize this rift and bring the message of traditional values to the newly dejected black southern Democrat. Traditionalists must offer blacks a new home by using the issues of marriage protection, life, and school choice. Traditionalists must show southern blacks there is an alternative to the Democratic Machine — that it is a reason to break ranks with the likes of the NAACP.

Traditionalists must seize the day today, for tomorrow will be too late. As Alabama has taught us, no state — red or otherwise — can be taken for granted.

Yes, because we all know that traditionalists have always been concerned about civil rights and guaranteeing people of color their place at the table.  Oh, no — wait — they really haven’t.

Pam has some thoughts as well. 

17 Responses to “Agape Press: Run for Your Lives, the Queers Are Coming!”

  1. Don says:

    Kathy, the only thing that seems to be open at Agape Press (whatever that is) seems to be their agape mouths and not their minds. I would suggest that you should get some rest rather than blog about crap and just create some recognition for it.

  2. Kathy says:

    Don, you’re right. I do get tickled at their hyperbole, though.

  3. Bill says:

    Reliable news from a “Christian” source, huh? Jesus Christ once again is having BS attributed to Him. I note that the “commentator was once a Buchanan lieutenant. I wonder if he wrote the Houston speech.

  4. Dan says:

    I agree, Don, but eh, it was a decent laugh.

  5. Songbird says:

    My goodness. How can these intensely straight people be such drama queens?

    Ah, but maybe they’re *not* so straight?

  6. Goat Hill resident says:

    Trouble, oh we got trouble,
    Right here in River City!
    With a capital “T”
    That rhymes with “G”
    And that stands for Gay,
    That stands for Gay.
    We’ve surely got trouble!
    Right here in River City,
    Right here!
    Gotta figger out a way
    To keep the young ones moral after school!
    Trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble…

  7. KathyF says:

    I am amused at their choice of the word “choice” in that last paragraph.

  8. Wheeler says:

    you know, their rhetoric and fear mongering aside, i think they are essentially correct.

    it is true that in alabama: 1) most blacks are democrats, and 2) they are also socially conservative (see their recent “covenant”). given those facts, will the democratic pary in alabama have room for homosexuals? based on the fiasco over district 54 and also the anti-gay langauge in the covenant, i thinkt he answer, thus far at least, is no.

    will that result in blacks leaving the party, as agape urges? or will that result in the homosexuals and all us pro-gay folks forming a new party?

    i don’t know, but i’m hoping for the latter.

  9. sheila says:

    I, for one, am glad that reason prevailed for once. Joe Reed is probably reeling.

  10. “…rainbow flag over every state house in the Union.” I have a dream.

  11. “Okay, who should I be more afraid of — terr’ists or the “gay lobby”? Can they make me gay against my will…? Where’s Roy Moore and John Giles to explain everything when you need ‘em?”

    Joe Reed understands power and politics and the need for adaptability. He will shift with the wind if he sees it becoming politically expedient.

    Agape Press understands what brings in the money.

  12. The Dirt says:

    Remember, only the desperate seek to divide.

  13. The morally corrupt will divide also. Those with no morals have no problem with treachery.

  14. Donna says:

    Egad. When will the insanity stop?

  15. BS flag says:

    I thought the only “muscle” that gays were interested in flexing was their anal sphincter.

  16. Kathy says:

    Oh goody, a troll. Did you type that comment with one hand, BS flag?

  17. Anyen says:

    Pay no attention to the conservatards.Their lives are being changed dramatically!They are afraid and have every right to be.

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