Kinsolving defends an upcoming prayer event being held by Texas Gov. Rick Perry by assailing the New York Times for noting that the religious organizations Perry teamed up with to put on the event hate gays as much as Kinsolving does:
Then came the New York Times' ill-famed support of the deadly disease-spreading sodomy lobby, with the following:
"Gay rights groups are also objecting because Mr. Perry placed the event in the hands of conservative religious groups that not only oppose gay marriage but also stridently condemn homosexuality."
(That these religious groups also condemn bestiality, polygamy, polyandry, incest, necrophilia and pedophilia is not mentioned by the Times.)
"Mr. Perry brushed off the assertions against the organization.
"'The A.F.A. is a group that promotes faith and strong families, and this event is about bringing Americans together in prayer,' he said in his e-mail, adding that 'I have made it clear that I believe that marriage should be between one man and one woman.'"
That statement will probably ensure the strong opposition to Gov. Perry of many of this nation's homosexuals, as well as the polygamists, polyandrists and other alternative sexual orientations.
But for the vast majority of American voters who are sexually normal – Perry's stand raises continued hope that he will run for president.
Kinsolving also uncritically repeated a claim that one religious leader that "Nobody's imposing anything on people of other faiths" at the event. In fact, another leader has said that the goal of the event is to convert people to Christianity.