Pearls of wisdom:
Know where the hypocrites are!

"I wasted seven years of my life in an ex-gay ministry because of Paulk. I'll never get those miserable years back.
And now I have to listen to so-called loving gays defend him. You people make me sick. The people defending him are just trying to show they are superior, but they are really pin heads with no sense of history.
We can forgive, but let's not forget what this miserable sow did to the gay community.
You phonies can go to hell with your condescending crap. John Paulk nearly ruined my life."

- D.H.
Colorado Springs

A prominent ex-gay leader once featured as "going straight" on the cover of Newsweek magazine was confronted and photographed by activists Tuesday night patronizing a gay bar in Washington, D.C

 

"For someone who is up there preaching that marriage should only be between a man and a woman, and he's going behind his wife's back and seeing a gay man for sex -- I felt like I owed it to the gay community to expose the hypocrisy," Jones said.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) -- Less than a day after being fired from leadership of the evangelical mega-church he founded, the Rev. Ted Haggard confessed Sunday to "sexual immorality" and called himself "a deceiver and a liar."

...And by his continued plan of action, he offers more of the same...

Haggard, 50, resigned as president of the National Association of Evangelicals and was fired from the church he built from nothing into a 14,000-member congregation after a former male prostitute in Denver alleged a three-year cash-for-sex relationship. Haggard admitted to "sexual immorality" and a long battle against feelings contrary to his beliefs. He admitted buying methamphetamine too.

 

"Let me be clear: I am not gay and never have been," said Craig, who has aligned himself with conservative groups who oppose gay rights.

A police officer who arrested him June 11 said Craig peered through a crack in a restroom stall door for two minutes and made gestures suggesting to the officer he wanted to engage in "lewd conduct."

The officer wrote he was on a plainclothes detail in the restroom because of citizen complaints and arrests for sexual activity there. Karsnia wrote that when the person occupying the stall beside him left, Craig entered it and blocked the door with his rolling suitcase. "My experience has shown that individuals engaging in lewd conduct use their bags to block the view from the front of their stall," the officer said in his report. The senator then tapped his right foot, "a signal used by persons wishing to engage in lewd conduct," Karsnia wrote, and Craig ran his left hand several times underneath the partition dividing the stalls. "The presence of others did not seem to deter Craig as he moved his right foot so that it touched the side of my left foot, which was within my stall area," the officer's report said. When the police interviewed him later, the senator said that "he has a wide stance when going to the bathroom" and that was why his foot may have touched the officer's, the report said. Craig also told police that he had reached down to the floor to pick up a piece of paper, the officer wrote. "It should be noted that there was not a piece of paper on the bathroom floor, nor did Craig pick up a piece of paper," Karsnia wrote. "During the interview, Craig either disagreed with me or 'didn't recall' the events as they happened. "After Craig ran his hand underneath the partition wall three times, Karsnia held his police identification down by the floor so the senator could see it, the report said.

"A worthless person, a wicked man, walks with a perverse mouth, winking with his eyes, speaking with his feet, gesturing with his fingers. Perversity is in his heart; he is plotting evil at every time, he sends out strife. On account of this, calamity shall come suddenly; he is broken quickly and there is no healing." - Solomon Proverbs 6:12-15

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