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    Uganda and The Family.

    2/3/11: In fact, Senator Inhofe has made 108 visits to Africa, more than any other Senator in U.S. history. Although it can be argued his trips could be justified by work that is focused on disbanding the "The Lord's Resistance Army," and protecting African children from kidnapping and made into child soldiers; his influence extends far beyond military interests. The homophobia that has been spread via taxpayer expense through the flavor of homophobic evangelizing supported by Senator Inhofe needs to be investigated. The blood of David Kato cries out for justice, and a determination of just what Senator Inhofe meant by his taxpayer funded trips to Uganda being described as "A Jesus Thing."

    Inhofe attempted to explain, "I’m guilty of two things. I’m a Jesus guy, and I have a heart for Africa.”

    No sir, Senator Inhofe. Through your association with "The Family," and their anti-gay evangelizing in Uganda, you are also guilty of promoting an atmosphere that led to the murder of a gay civil rights leader, David Kato. Jesus Christ didn't promote murder, or homophobia, sir.


    When someone is impatient and says, "I haven't got all day," I always wonder, How can that be? How can you not have all day? George Carlin

    by msmacgyver on Sun Mar 11, 2012 at 11:25:58 AM PDT

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