Eugene Delgaudio

Right Wing Leftovers - 3/3/14

  • Albert Mohler worries about "the rise of erotic liberty at the expense of religious liberty."
  • Ricky Skaggs is now hanging out with Rick Joyner.
  • Eugene Delgaudio is suing the SPLC.
  • The new film about Noah is not biblically accurate enough, so Ray Comfort will be releasing his own movie about it.
  • According to Linda Harvey, Arizona's anti-gay discrimination bill was really a "bullying prevention law for grown-ups."

Right Wing Leftovers - 1/10/14

  • Good point, Gary Bauer: "Ted Kennedy can drive a woman off a bridge and go on to serve decades in the Senate and be hailed as a courageous leader. But if a Republican shuts down a bridge, the left is ready to breakout the pitchforks."
  • It is time for the church to start preparing for the fall of America.
  • Eugene Delgaudio's Public Advocate will be protesting Terry McAuliffe's inauguration.
  • Speaking of Delgaudio, you would think that, at some point, the voters in Loudoun County would grow tired of being embarrassed by him and vote him out of office.
  • Glenn Beck's public opposition to throwing gays into the ovens causing him to lose supporters.
  • Finally, speaking of Beck, we genuinely have no idea what this latest conspiracy theory is that he promotes at the beginning of this clip.

Right Wing Round-Up - 10/1/13

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/3/13

Right Wing Round-Up - 7/18/13

  • TFN Insider: So Did Pro-Choice Protesters REALLY Bring Feces and Urine to the Texas Capitol?
  • Joe.My.God: Eugene Delgaudio Disciplined By County Board Of Supervisors.
  • Zack Ford @ Think Progress: Bill O’Reilly: ‘I Don’t Buy… That Homosexuals Have A Constitutional Right To Marry.’
  • Towleroad: Dominican Republic Religious Leaders Organize 'Black Armband' Protest Against Gay Ambassador Nominee.
  • Eric Hananoki @ Media Matters: Erick Erickson's Endorsement Of "Instant Millionaires" Plan Is Lifted From Old Ann Coulter Emails.
  • Chris Geidner @ BuzzFeed: House Republicans Cave On Marriage Fight.

Right Wing Round-Up - 2/15/13

Right Wing Leftovers - 10/24/12

  • Harry Jackson gives four reasons why he is voting for Mitt Romney.
  • Phyllis Schlafly says "all UN treaties are an invasion of American sovereignty and our right to govern ourselves."
  • Experts report that "the 'Rapture' is likely to occur between now and 2021 and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ from 2018 and 2028."
  • FRC's Tom McClusky seems to think that Todd Akin is a lot like Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • On a semi-related note, the man charged with attacking FRC headquarters is now facing terrorism charges.
  • Things continue to spiral downward for Dinesh D'Souza.
  • Donald Trump's "very big news" turned out to be predictably buffonish quasi-birther nonense.
  • Finally, Eugene Delguadio inexplicably takes credit for removing full-body scanners from airports and even more inexplicably claims that "the homosexual lobbies fully support the invasive body cavity searches of elderly citizens, small children, young women and the absurd and dangerous X-Ray machines that scan the human form in minute detail."

Right Wing Round-Up - 10/17/12

Right Wing Round-Up - 10/5/12

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/26/12

Religious Right Turns to Song to Defend Boy Scouts of America’s Ban on Gay Members

The Public Advocate, the fervently anti-gay group led by Virginia politician Eugene Delgaudio, devised a protest song, complete with references to Jerry Sandusky and child abuse, to condemn Ernst & Young CEO James Turley’s attempt to overturn the Boy Scouts of America’s ban on gay members, a ban that was recently reaffirmed.

Enjoy!

We've heard about dear Turley's plan,
And we're here to say,
It's sad that such a senseless man
Is with the B.S.A!

Morally, Morally,
That's the way we like.
Do not touch our girls and boys,
Just go take a hike.

We have seen just what can come
When anyone at all
Can get quite close to little ones
And frankly, we're appalled!

Morally, Morally,
What will it be like
If we let the unsavory
Get close to our dear tykes?

Morally, Morally,
That's the way we like.
Do not touch our girls and boys,
Just go take a hike.

You say that we should open doors
And welcome one and all.
With no attention to the boors
Who'll make our children bawl.

Morally, Morally,
Whatever shall be done
If we hire Sandusky,
and let him near our sons?

Morally, Morally,
That's the way we like.
Do not touch our girls and boys,
Just go take a hike.

 

Right Wing Leftovers

  • Peter LaBarbera wants Ann Coulter to donate her GOProud fee to some "worthy pro-family organizations." Good luck with that.
  • Good news: Rick Joyner has successfully restored Todd Bentley.
  • Jennifer Roback Morse explains that "David Blankenhorn didn’t mess up in the Prop 8 Trial."
  • Maggie Gallagher says the anti-Prop 8. side wants the appeal thrown out on the issue of standing because "they understand how extreme and weak Walker's ruling actually is, how unable it is to withstand substantive review by higher courts."
  • Eugene Delgaudio and Public Advocate are now targeting Augusta State University, which they say is "brainwashing" it students "just as the North Koreans do to their people."

It Was Only A Matter of Time

In addition to serving as president of the right-wing fringe group Public Advocate - which is known primarily for engaging in "humorous" street protests in the vein of Randall Terry's antics, though typically with less "success" - Eugene Delgaudio is also on the Board of Supervisors in Loudoun County, Virginia.

And so, to anyone familiar with him, his antics, or his views, it should come as absolutely no surprise that he's now gotten himself in trouble:

Advocacy group Equality Loudoun this week denounced Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's reaction to the addition of an equal opportunity amendment to the county's policy handbook, extending employment rights to gay, lesbian and transgender residents.

During discussions over the addition in a Jan. 5 board meeting, Delgaudio (R-Sterling) called the plan "freaky, bizarre and fruity."

He also used the word "it" during the meeting and in his electronic newsletter to describe transgender individuals.

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In his newsletter Delgaudio wrote: "The board votes six yes, Waters and Delgaudio 'no,' with York abstaining, to add 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity' to the hiring of employees which means if a man dressed as a woman wants a job, you have to treat 'it' the same as a normal person."

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Delgaudio said he stands by the statement he made in the Jan. 5 meeting when he referred to the amendment as "freaky, bizarre and fruity."

The language, he said, was aimed at what he described as a militant group of individuals.

"It's freaky because most don't think about homosexuals," Delgaudio said. "It's bizarre because they want us to think about homosexuals."

And check out this news report on controversy in which Delgaudio tries to claim that the "it" he was referring to in his email was "the action of hiring" and was not meant to be a derogatory attack on transgendered people:

Out of all the humorous stunts Delguadio has pulled over the years, I have to say that this pathetic defense is the only one that has ever made me laugh.

Sotomayor Day II: Let The Antics Begin

After disrupting yesterday's hearing, anti-choice protesters affiliated with Randall Terry are vowing more action:

Next on the agenda:

"Desecrate Roe" Event Details---

Where: Corner of 1st and C St., near Dirksen Senate Building entrance, Washington D.C.

When: 9:00 A.M., Tuesday, July 14

Who: Norma McCorvey, Randall Terry and other DC area leaders and pro-lifers

Pro-life advocates will gather at the Dirksen building at the corner of 1st and C St., to publicly desecrate the Supreme Court's Roe vs. Wade decision. Joining her will be Randall Terry, Missy Smith, and other local pro-life leaders.

Randall Terry states, "Victory over child-killing requires courage and leadership from 'pro-life' Senators from both parties. It is long overdue for so called 'pro-life' Senators to fulfill their campaign promises. They claim they want to overturn Roe; well, now is the time to see if they will defend the babies, or submit like cowards to Obama.

"Republican 'Pro-life' Senators bear special responsibility in this; they shamelessly prostitute Roe vs. Wade and babies lives. Does 'GOP' stand for 'Good Ol' Pimps'? Or will GOP Senators actually fight in this life and death struggle? They need to filibuster Sotomayor."

Will there be more arrests? To be seen...

Not to be outdone, Eugene Delgaudio and Public Advocate plan to be descend on Capitol Hill to create their own scene:

"Public Advocate's Sotomayor's UnReality Tour" arrives in Washington Tuesday to show what a world according to Judge Sonia Sotomayer would look like if she were a Supreme Court judge.

Lifeguards who can't swim. A doctor who flunked med school. A 3rd grade university president. Blind train conductors. Cooks who can't boil water. Lawyers who did not pass the bar exam but who are now judges.

Demonstrators will hold a sign "Sonia Sotomayor, Wrong on the firemen, wrong for America." Another member of Public Advocate will hold a sign with the words "Thanks to Sonia Sotomayor, I flunked med school and am now a doctor."

In related news, Randall Terry continues his broadsides against Republican senators:

"Does the 'GOP' stand for 'Good Ol' Pimps'? Republican Senators like Graham, Brownback, McCain, etc., have seduced the pro-life movement, made her their mistress, and then a prostitute. She gives them her 'favors' in exchange for empty promises.

"They pimp the pro-life cause, raising millions of dollars with promises to 'overturn Roe' and protect the unborn. The party platform - their false vows - calls for the overturn of Roe, and legal protection of unborn babies.

"But alas, we again see that these are seductive lies; and like any good pimp, they tell us that they love us, while they sell us out; they feign pain as we are abused and babies are murdered, while they prepare to get in bed with those who despise us, and slay the innocent.

"Our protests and rallies over the coming weeks will focus on GOP Senators who claim to be pro-life. We will call on them to stop pimping the babies, but rather to fight for them by filibustering Sotomayor."

Richard Viguerie claims that "Sotomayor's opening statement reflects she is already being defensive about the judicial philosophy she shares with President Obama."

Richard Land and the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission come out against Sotomayor:

Sonia Sotomayor’s record reveals that she is perfectly willing to lift the blindfold of justice to achieve her desired result. She is a judge with a terribly flawed view of the judicial system at best or a judge who simply doesn’t care what the law says at worst. She has constantly shown her lack of deference to the Constitution. She is the type of justice who instead of applying the law neutrally will redefine the law to conform to her policy preferences.

The bottom line is that Sonia Sotomayor is an unpredictable wildcard. Across the issues her record is either far too thin or hidden behind non-published orders and per curium opinions. Simply put, placing Sonia Sotomayor on the highest court in the land jeopardizes our nation’s commitment to equal treatment under the law.

The Family Research Council posts the Senate Policy Committee talking points in opposing Sotomayor while releasing its own list of questions it wants asked during the hearing:

Abortion and the Supreme Court

* Judge Sotomayor, while you were associated with the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, it filed six briefs in five abortion-related cases before the United States Supreme Court. In every case, those briefs asserted that the Court should adopt an uncompromising, pro-abortion position. Do you now wish to express any disagreement with the content of the briefs that were filed by the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund?

The Abortion Industry as Litigants

* Judge Sotomayor, do you believe abortion providers should be required to prove factual assertions they make in court when challenging abortion regulations?

* Judge Sotomayor, should redacted medical records be admissible, if needed by the court, to examine general medical claims about abortion?When should such records not be made available to the court?

* Judge Sotomayor, should prosecutors be permitted to subpoena and examine abortion facility records to determine whether state statutory rape laws have been violated or whether the facility is reporting potential crimes to the appropriate legal authorities?

Charmaine Yoest of Americans United for Life tells Lifenews that she is looking forward to testifying in opposition to Sotomayor:

“We are honored to have the opportunity to testify before the Judiciary Committee about the nomination of Judge Sotomayor to the highest court in the land," Yoest told LifeNews.com about her invitation.

"I am looking forward to sharing AUL’s extensive legal research about Judge Sotomayor’s record. In particular, her radical associations and judicial philosophy raises serious concerns in the pro-life community," she said.

Yoest is referring to Sotomayor's tenure with the Puerto Rican Legal Defense Fund, a group that has submitted numerous Supreme Court briefs arguing for an unrestricted right to abortion and claiming any pro-life limits are racist.

Although leaders with the group argue Sotomayor had no involvement in writing or approving the briefs, her longtime position as a member of its board of directors points to her support for the pro-abortion position the group took, Yoest maintains.

Yoest told LifeNews.com she plans to focus her testimony on making the connection for the senators and the American public between the positions taken by the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund during her tenure on the Board and her judicial interventionist approach to the bench.

“Her PRLDEF record proves that she is an abortion advocate," Yoest says.

"That record includes opposition to parental notification, opposition to informed consent, opposition to bans on partial-birth abortion and support for taxpayer-funded abortions. These positions are far outside the mainstream of American public opinion," she explained.

And finally, Pat Buchanan continues to be ... well, Pat Buchanan:

The chutzpah of this Beltway crowd does not cease to amaze.

They archly demand that conservatives accord a self-described “affirmative action baby” from Princeton a respect they never for a moment accorded a pro-life conservative mother of five from Idaho State, Sarah Palin.

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Sonia is, first and foremost, a Latina. She has not hesitated to demand, even in college and law school, ethnic and gender preferences for her own. Her concept of justice is race-based.

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Even if Sotomayor is confirmed, making the nation aware she is a militant supporter since college days of ethnic and gender preferences is an assignment worth pursuing. For America does not believe in preferences. Even in the blue states of California, Washington and Michigan, voters have tossed them out as naked discrimination against white males.

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Eugene Delgaudio Posts Archive

Kyle Mantyla, Monday 03/03/2014, 6:30pm
Albert Mohler worries about "the rise of erotic liberty at the expense of religious liberty." Ricky Skaggs is now hanging out with Rick Joyner. Eugene Delgaudio is suing the SPLC. The new film about Noah is not biblically accurate enough, so Ray Comfort will be releasing his own movie about it. According to Linda Harvey, Arizona's anti-gay discrimination bill was really a "bullying prevention law for grown-ups." MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Friday 01/10/2014, 6:30pm
Good point, Gary Bauer: "Ted Kennedy can drive a woman off a bridge and go on to serve decades in the Senate and be hailed as a courageous leader. But if a Republican shuts down a bridge, the left is ready to breakout the pitchforks." It is time for the church to start preparing for the fall of America. Eugene Delgaudio's Public Advocate will be protesting Terry McAuliffe's inauguration. Speaking of Delgaudio, you would think that, at some point, the voters in Loudoun County would grow tired of being embarrassed by him and vote him out of office... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 10/01/2013, 5:36pm
Michael Keegan @ Huffington Post: Shutdown Isn't Symptom of Tea Party Ideology, It IS Tea Party Ideology. Towleroad: Chris Christie Appeals Gay Marriage Ruling to High Court. David Nir @ Daily Kos: Would-be Bachmann successor brings his own bizarro to the race. Joe.My.God: Delgaudio: The Gays Are Trying To Kill Me. Adam Peck @ Think Progress: Rick Perry Dismisses His Wife’s Abortion Comments, Tries To Explain What She Really Believes. MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 09/03/2013, 5:33pm
Jeremy Hooper: Iconizing antagonism: MassResistance sells anti-HRC stickers. Luke Brinker @ Equality Matters: Fox's Starnes: Businesses Should Be Allowed To Discriminate Against Gay Customers. Zack Ford @ Think Progress: The Ex-Gay Agenda Revealed: ‘The End Of Homosexuality.’ Joe.My.God: Delgaudio Apologizes, Accepts Censure. David Ferguson @ Raw Story: Southern Baptists order their military chaplains not to perform same sex marriages. MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 07/18/2013, 5:33pm
TFN Insider: So Did Pro-Choice Protesters REALLY Bring Feces and Urine to the Texas Capitol? Joe.My.God: Eugene Delgaudio Disciplined By County Board Of Supervisors. Zack Ford @ Think Progress: Bill O’Reilly: ‘I Don’t Buy… That Homosexuals Have A Constitutional Right To Marry.’ Towleroad: Dominican Republic Religious Leaders Organize 'Black Armband' Protest Against Gay Ambassador Nominee. Eric Hananoki @ Media Matters: Erick Erickson's Endorsement Of "Instant Millionaires" Plan Is Lifted From Old Ann Coulter Emails.... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Friday 02/15/2013, 6:32pm
Matt Wilstein @ Mediaite: So Long, Sarah, Hello Herman: Cain Officially Joins Fox News As Contributor. Daily Kos: The NRA response to the State of the Union: Only the NRA cares about the children. Timothy Johnson @ Media Matters: Ted Nugent Revives False Report To Deny An Assault Weapon Was Used In Sandy Hook Massacre. David Taintor @ TPM: Controversial Preacher Bradlee Dean Kicked Off High School Campus In Florida. Joe.My.God: Delgaudio Recall Movement Launched. Alyssa Rosenberg @ Think Progress: ’2016: Obama’s America’ Mailed To Every Member Of... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 10/24/2012, 5:31pm
Harry Jackson gives four reasons why he is voting for Mitt Romney. Phyllis Schlafly says "all UN treaties are an invasion of American sovereignty and our right to govern ourselves." Experts report that "the 'Rapture' is likely to occur between now and 2021 and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ from 2018 and 2028." FRC's Tom McClusky seems to think that Todd Akin is a lot like Martin Luther King, Jr. On a semi-related note, the man charged with attacking FRC headquarters is now facing terrorism charges. Things continue to spiral downward for... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 10/17/2012, 5:38pm
Peter Montgomery @ Huffington Post: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Bryan Fischer? David S. Bernstein @ Boston Phoenix: Mind The Binder. Igor Volsky @ Think Progress: At Last Night’s Debate: Romney Told 31 Myths In 41 Minutes. Simon Maloy @ Media Matters: A Debate Nod To Right-Wing Media Gun Conspiracies? Joe.My.God: Super-PAC Forms To Investigate Hate Group Leader Eugene Delgaudio, Files Suit For Records. MORE >