Friday, December 30, 2011

Ron Paul's Latest Endorsement Advocated the Death Penalty For Gays

This has not been Ron's month. Newsletters,Tea Party freaks and Kelly Clarkson has really made things crazy for him, but this may take the cake.

Rev. Phillip G. Kayser, a pastor at the Dominion Covenant Church in Nebraska publicly endorsed Ron yesterday. But this man has an issue... He wants the death penalty for gays.

See here for the critical statement he made about us:

“Difficulty in implementing Biblical law does not make non-Biblical penology just. But as we have seen, while many homosexuals would be executed, the threat of capital punishment can be restorative. Biblical law would recognize as a matter of justice that even if this law could be enforced today, homosexuals could not be prosecuted for something that was done before.”
But that's not it. TPM contacted Kayser and learned more.
Reached by phone, Kayser confirmed to TPM that he believed in reinstating Biblical punishments for homosexuals — including the death penalty — even if he didn’t see much hope for it happening anytime soon. While he said he and Paul disagree on gay rights, noting that Paul recently voted for repealing Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, he supported the campaign because he believed Paul’s federalist take on the Constitution would allow states more latitude to implement fundamentalist law. Especially since under Kayser’s own interpretation of the Constitution there is no separation of Church and State.
This man is crazy, pure and simple. And Ron's people realized that a little too late. This pic reveals how late Ron's team were.
pic from Box Turtle Bulletin

Earlier they posted a press release on the endorsement, later they removed it. However, the impact of this mess has called Ron onto the carpet.  I hope he says something about this soon.



Writer said...

I'm glad the Republican party are working so diligently to get Barack Obama re-elected. :)

luciferosirisarnold said...

Executing someone for being born this way? This man is the Sharia Law undercover.

luciferosirisarnold said...

A good friend of mine told that I need to stop praising people I don't know because they my be haters. Lard ass Kelly should have kept her mouth shut. I am one of those people who judges you by who you vote for. Sorry

The Stuff

My photo
Viktor is a small town southern boy living in Los Angeles. You can find him on Twitter, writing about pop culture, politics, and comics. He’s the creator of the graphic novel StrangeLore and currently getting back into screenwriting.