Our old friend Eugene Delgaudio, the self-declared Public Advocate of the United States (read: bigot and con man), is sending out heavily slanted questionnaires to candidates in Michigan, prompting one Democrat to respond with a very strongly worded letter exposing Delgaudio’s bigotry and stupidity.
Political candidates are flooded with questionnaires during campaign season, but Michigan House hopeful Josh Derke was shocked when he read one particular piece of mail from Public Advocate of the United States.
The candidate survey asked if he would oppose attempts to add “homosexuality,” “transsexuality” or “pedophilia” to Michigan’s anti-discrimination law.
One of these things is not like the other, he noted, but the response options — “yes” or “no” — didn’t provide room for distinction.
“I was taken aback. I’ve got some surveys about standing for family values, but I didn’t think I’d get one that had this kind of rhetoric,” Derke, a Democrat running for the 93rd District seat out of Bath, told MLive.
And Derke’s response to Delgaudio: