When Ann Coulter accepted the invitation to speak at GOProud’s “Homocon 2010,” WorldNetDaily founder Joseph Farah responded by dropping her from his Take Back America Conference.
And even though Coulter went to “Homocon 2010” and basically insulted all of those in attendance, Farah isn’t backing, saying Coulter “down did a disservice to the conservative movement” by legitimizing GOProud by simply agreeing to speak to them and comparing them to the Ku Klux Klan:
That’s the trouble with allowing yourself to be exploited by a group with a dangerously extremist agenda that includes the promotion of same-sex marriage, open homosexual service in the U.S. military and a wink and a nod toward hate-crimes legislation.
If a celebrity chooses to speak to the Ku Klux Klan, there is no question the Klan benefits from such an appearance – no matter how much the speaker might attempt to explain the differences he or she might have with the group’s agenda. Justifying such an appearance by suggesting it’s just another paid speaking gig would hardly mollify the criticism or negate the benefit the Klan received from the event.
Of course, no one in respectable public life would consider speaking to the Klan for those reasons.
However, I would suggest the ungodly, sin-glorifying homosexual agenda represents a far greater and far more imminent danger to the future of the United States than does the Klan’s racist, ungodly and sin-glorifying agenda.