Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Gays Taking Over, Improving the Place

A Mississippi-based conservative Christian group called the American Family Association (NAMBLA) has released a half-hour documentary called They're Coming to Your Town that chronicles the rise of homosexuals to the city government of tiny Arkansas tourist trap Eureka Springs. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains amongst squealing pigs and a disturbingly sparse selection of modern literature, Eureka Springs has been consumed by the gay agenda and is now a cesspool of sins and villainy, according to the documentary. The evidence laid out includes the institution of a city-sponsored "diversity weekend" and locally recognized unions between same-sex couples. Never mind the fact that the gays have also orchestrated the town's recent booming success. The documentary purports to show how the gays have "maneuvered themselves into positions of power" using "deceitfulness and lies", which, I suppose, is another term for "the democratic process". The AFA claims that the gay-friendly vibe of Eureka Springs has sullied the town's reputation as a Christian retreat known for its famous passion play held every summer near a statue called "the Christ of the Ozarks". What they fail to mention, however, is that this same statue and the play itself were originally set up by cooky reclusive anti-Semite Gerald L.K. Smith, who moved to Eureka Springs to get away from all them Jews. Truly, a proud heritage. More details here.

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