Only two weeks after trying to unsuccessfully ban me from FOX News on the grounds that I am hateful, Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays (PFOX) posted this on their blog:

Fwd: Ready to Rally? Help us make a difference for Marriage!

Please mark your calendars for the week of September 26-29. Protect Marriage Maryland and the Maryland Society of Patriots will be hosting a rally in 5 different counties to bring awareness to critical issues that will be on the ballot this November. Come out to hear Christian rockers & radios hosts, Bradlee Dean and Jake McMillan (the Sons of Liberty) to hear about the Constitution, our Christian Heritage, and how to bring the youth into the political process. Also hear about the 4 major statewide ballot issues affecting Maryland this year (the so-called “DREAM Act,” Congressional Redistricting, Same-sex “marriage,” and Expansion of Gambling.)

Please feel free to distribute the attached flier to your distribution lists, or announce the information that is specific to your county/location to conservatives, tea partiers, republicans, democrats, liberty activists, and values voters who might be interested. Events will be held in Washington County, Wicomico County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, and Northern Virginia. Please come out to one or more events and enjoy the food, camaraderie, and fun with fellow activists. If you are unable to make it, we hope you will still consider donating to our efforts to protect marriage and fight for limited, constitutional government.

2012 may be the most critical election of our lifetimes, and THIS is your opportunity to make a difference!


Robert Broadus Chairman, Protect Marriage Maryland

Let’s remind readers of hate group leader Bradlee Dean’s obnoxious tracksuit-wearing speech in front of the Minnesota legislature.

It was widely condemned:

This is the kind of hate endorsed by PFOX. When they say they love LGBT people they are simply lying. Their embrace of Dean proves this. For more on Dean’s reprehensible record, head on over to Ken Avidor’s blog.