Sweeping Statements and Faulty Logic

Tony Perkins just wants to be clear that he doesn’t think that every gay man preys on young men … just that a lot of them do:

Another openly gay politician is snared in a sex scandal with a teen.  Portland's first openly gay mayor, Sam Adams --- who just took office earlier this month --- has now acknowledge he lied to cover up a sexual relationship he had with a young man he was "mentoring" in 2005.

This is reminiscent of former Congressman Mark Foley, who was caught hitting on male teens who served as pages on Capitol Hill.

While I know that not every homosexual person preys on youth, it sure seems that many of the sex scandals involving homosexual public figures disproportionately involve young, easily influenced and impressionable teens.

Repeated incidents like these only serve to validate the Boy Scouts policy prohibiting homosexual scout masters.  The Boy Scouts have stood their ground despite enormous pressure from homosexual activists and their corporate allies who have cut off donations to the Scouts.  These businesses and government agencies that are carrying the water for the homosexuals on this issue should be forced to explain their intolerance of the truth every time there is a case like this.

By that sort of logic, “repeated incidents” like those involving Larry Craig and David Vitter only serves to validate my position that Republicans should not be allowed to serve in Congress.

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