Thou shalt not get gay married
Another New York state senator, Carl Kruger, is being investigated by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for setting up shell companies to fund a home for a Manhattan gynecologist which Kruger has “an unusually close and intimate relationship with,” according to public records. The New York Post reported that Kruger, who voted against legalizing gay marriage in 2009, is in a gay relationship with the gynecologist.
Thou shalt not hold gay parties
Louisiana Pastor Grant Storms, marched through the annual Southern Decadence gay party spewing anti-gay hatred through a bullhorn, was arrested for masturbating in his van while parked outside a playground and watching children. He apologized in a press conference and blamed his behavior on viewing porn.
Thou shalt not commit adultery
Possible GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump stated adamantly that he is “not in favor of gay marriage.” Trump has been married three times – once to a woman with whom he was having an extra-marital affair.
Thou shalt respect ‘traditional’ marriage
Another anti-gay thrice-married adulterer, Newt Gingrich, was publicly called to the carpet by a college student at the University of Pennsylvania. Gingrich is also being touted as a possible presidential hopeful.
Thou shalt not steal
New York State Sen. Shirley “The Gays Are After Me” Huntley is being investigated by the state’s attorney general for funneling some $400,000 in taxpayer monies to non-profits to which she is affiliated. A Huntley campaign mailer claimed that she had received death threats from gay marriage supporters, but local media and activists are extremely skeptical and call it a ploy to get support in her election efforts.