Saturday, November 27, 2010

Eugene Delgaudio needs to come out of the closet

For some time now, I've been getting emails from a group calling itself "Public Advocate of the US." I'm really not sure how this happened - I don't recall ever clicking a box saying "Please send me hot, steamy chunks of hate," but I've been known to drink occasionally when I'm on-line. (You know, red wine is not good for a keyboard...)

The guy in charge of Public Advocate (and potentially the sole employee) is named Eugene Delgaudio, and he's a twisted piece of work. He's apparently a member of the Board of Supervisors in Loudoun County, Virginia. He also likes to set up over-the-top protests of anything he feels is even dimly related to homosexuality.

When the GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) started a campaign to create a “safe space” to prevent the bullying of gay teens, Eugene came out in support of beating up children.
While the stickers and posters blatantly display the upside-down rainbow triangle and pro-homosexual slogan, the booklet is the real threat.

It includes detailed strategies to instruct teachers and students how to create a school environment more accepting of homosexual students and teach other students their lifestyle as a healthy alternative.

It also tells students how to get involved in school policy and how to initiate change to promote the Homosexual Agenda in everyday school life.
Because, you see, every student's right to beat up on fags is protected in the Constitution. ("I'm sure it's in there somewhere! Probably under "pursuit of happiness" or something...")

I think my favorite, though, would have to be his objection to the TSA pat-downs. Now, having been a military cop for 21 years, I can tell you that getting young cops to actually check the groin is one of the hardest taboos to get around. And I have found a knives taped to a guy's underwear. So an effective search has to be a little more "intrusive" than some people are comfortable with. However, as generations of drug mules can attest, you can still stuff quite a bit of stuff up your butt, or hang it down your throat. So the searches aren't really making us more safe.

That, however, is not Eugene's problem with the searches. He doesn't care if terrorists are allowed onto planes cradling bombs like small children. He's just worried that it's all part of the homosexual agenda!
That means the next TSA official that gives you an “enhanced pat down” could be a practicing homosexual secretly getting pleasure from your submission.

Or it could be any sexual pervert, homosexual or heterosexual, or even pedophile that operates the "naked scanner".

That means the next TSA official that operates the “porno scanners” you or your child or mother walk through could be lusting after the image on his screen.

The thought makes me sick.
Other things make him sick, as well. In fact, the idea of repealing DADT pretty much gives him a coronary embolism.
Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, Adm. Mike Mullen says he supports Congress using its lame-duck session to end the ban on gays serving openly in the military.

Mullen sides with the Radical Homosexuals instead of the troops, vowing that he would do what it takes to end the "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy as soon as possible.

A Pentagon report on the impact of lifting the ban is set for release Dec. 1st, timed nicely with the return of the new Congress.

Of course nobody has asked the soldiers their opinions, and our troops are prohibited from any political activity other than voting.
You know, other than those surveys showing that repealing DADT is supported by most of the military, their families, and even by military chaplains. But, you know, other than them, nobody ever asks the military how they feel, right?

(Incidentally, our troops are only prohibited from political activity in uniform - it's a subtle distinction, but one that's lost on Eugene.)

(His brother, incidentally, plead guilty to child pornography after he paid two teenaged girls to pose all nekkid in a motel room. Not directly related, but makes you wonder about the gene pool our boy Eugene jumped out of.)

There's a strong tinge of paranoia about the man: aside from his assertions that "the homos want to kill me" (he would so love to be a martyr), he openly lies in his fundraising letters. And more than that, when he's called out about his lies, he just lies some more: when he lost a vote about treating transgendered people equally, he sent out an email to his followers stating:
If a man dressed as a woman wants a job, you have to treat "it" the same as a normal person.
When people called him on referring to a person as "it," he tried to claim that the word "it" referred to the "action of hiring a man or a woman."

Read that explanation again; can you parse his statement to mean that? Especially when the same letter referred to "cross-dressing freaks"?

Come on, Eugene. Remember the state slogan? "Virginia is for lovers"?

Why do you hate Virginia, Eugene?


Infidel753 said...

"Come out" indeed. I wonder if he even realizes how noticeably abnormal it is for a genuinely-heterosexual person to be this obsessed with the subject of homosexuality.

"Virginia is for lovers"? They should have retired that one after the deliciously-named Loving v. Virginia case.

Between this guy and Cuccinelli's campaign to stamp out tolerance in the universities, Virginia seems to be turning into something of a Mecca for the Godhatesfagsian contingent of the right wing.

Charlene said...

I think you are right about this man and his fear.

Another blogger some days ago was speakng about Catholic schools and homosexuality in the context of bullying. I stated if we as Catholics are supporting the church and school and sending our children to that school the least we should expect is their safety, no matter if they are straight or gay. Bof that lit a fire.

I think there must be two versions of Christianty in the world. The Hate version adn the Love version.

StevenK said...

As someone who actually lives right here in Virginia, I would like to offer my most heartfelt of apologies for the ungodly ideological vomitus that Dumbass Delgaudio has been puking out lately, and add that the Dumbass doesn't speak for as many of his fellow Virginians as he'd like to think he does.

The editorial board of my local newspaper tries to be sensible; they pretty much lean ideologically in your direction (though not quite in your direction as they should be, IMHO) and attract several metric tons of hate mail as a result. So I certainly share your revulsion at the worst that my state has to offer.

I can assure you that the Dumbass wouldn't stand a snowball's chance in hell if he tried to run in my own district; I live in a college town and we edumacated folks tend to give his ilk a wide berth.

Keep up the good work, NC.


Nance said...

I once read and recommended a book by John Ratey called Shadow Syndromes, about the incidence of sub-clinical but powerful mental and emotional disorders in the general public. I would so love to hear Ratey's take on the incidence in 2010 America--Personality Disorders (once more aptly named as Character Disorders), chiefly.

My Diagnostics Indicator is steady red.

StevenK said...

Dadgummit: My phrase "though not quite in your direction as they should be" should have been "though not quite AS FAR in your direction as they should be". Sorry about that.


Nameless Cynic said...

Got the gist, Steven, but thanks for clearing that up.

Murr Brewster said...

My goodness, he is overwrought.

I'm looking forward to my next pat-down. I'm bringing lubricant and everything (in a 3-oz bottle, of course). This fellow needs to loosen up. I can think of just the thing...although I guess that's all he thinks about.

Still. He needs to get out more.