Deranged anti-gay bigot Scott Lively is running for governor of Massachusetts, presumably for the nomination of the American Fascist Party since the “Mass Republican Party is solidly controlled by moderate to liberal ‘progressives’ and the Democrats are virtual communists.”
I feel both called and well prepared to meet this challenge. I am a fifth-generation Bay-Stater, born and raised in the Village of Shelburne Falls, with roots in the region going back to the early 1600s. I am a former left-wing liberal, who has learned by hard experience the folly of those ways. I am a constitutional lawyer and internationally-recognized authority on family and human rights issues from a Christian perspective.
And by “internationally-recognized authority” he means that far-right Christian churches in some of the most totalitarian countries of the world absolutely adore him.
Slander. The guy who claims that gays were responsible for Hitler and the Third Reich that victimized hundreds of thousands of them is accusing someone else of slander. Irony!
As a long-time favorite target of extreme “gay” and leftist slander I have skin thicker than a rhinoceros and cannot be intimidated or manipulated by critics or the media.
I expect to often be asked by reporters what I think my prospects are for winning this election. To this I reply that it would take a miracle from God for Scott Lively to become Governor of Massachusetts — and I wouldn’t want it any other way. God should get the glory for any good thing that comes from this campaign. So don’t expect me to campaign like a politician. I will do nothing more than travel the state to offer what I believe are Biblical solutions to Massachusetts’ problems — and leave the rest to Almighty God.
So when you get a few hundred votes at the most out of millions in the state, will you take that as a sign that God thinks you’re a dangerous extremist who shouldn’t be in charge of anything? I didn’t think so.