say it loud, i'm a homesexualist and proud!
The only things you need to know about this article:
Stephen Bennet, the "religious fanatic" who calls O'Reilly a bully, runs a ministry, the point of which is to teach people that NO ONE is born 'gay', in most all cases having EVERYTHING to do with one's childhood, and COMPLETE change is COMPLETELY possible!
That Stephen Bennet is a spokesperson for Concerned Women of America, a homophobic group if there ever was one; one that uses quotes around the word gay as if it weren't a real word.
That Bennet's legal defense comes by way of American Family Association, a fringe religious group whose recent actions include telling their members to boycott Marvel Comics because they are making a comic with a gay character.
Fox News is threatening to sue a prominent evangelical minister in the ex-homosexual movement who engaged in a volatile exchange over biblical morality on the top-rated television program "The O'Reilly Factor" in September.
Stephen Bennett, who says he left his homosexual lifestyle nearly 11 years ago, has distributed a 60-minute audio tape program called the "The O'Reilly Shocker," in which he responds to host Bill O'Reilly's characterization of people who take the Bible literally as "religious fanatics."
Fox claims Bennett's use of clips from the interview is a copyright infringement.
Just another case of people thinking their morals should be everyone else's morals.
[Counsel Michael] DePrimo, who vowed to "vigorously defend" Bennett if Fox proceeds with a lawsuit, noted that it would not be legal "if somebody puts effort into a particular product and another person tries to appropriate it and sell it as his own."
That is not the case in this situation, he insists, charging that Fox simply "does not like the fact that Bill O'Reilly has been exposed as a homosexualist."
So, what exactly is a homesexualist? And I highly doubt that O'Reilly is afraid of being "exposed" as pro-gay rights, when he has publicly stated that he is.
So what is the real issue? It's that people like Bennet and those groups he has affiliated himself with think of themselves as morally superior and seek to bring you into their fold.
Bennett said that his tape includes Rev. John F. Harvey, a Roman Catholic priest who asserts that O'Reilly is not speaking for the Catholic Church, which views homosexuality as "intrinsically evil."
Harvey, who runs Courage, a spiritual support group in Manhattan for homosexuals, says O'Reilly is abusing his public celebrity platform and promoting a heresy against the Catholic Church. The priest calls O'Reilly "confused" and "filled with pride – putting himself above the Catholic Church."
Yes, the good old Catholic church. Say, isn't molesting young boys a heresy? Maybe you should look into that problem, Rev. Harvey, before you concern yourself with what O'Reilly is talking about.
If O'Reilly is a homesexualist, well then I suppose I am, too.