Man, it must suck to be a Christian family-values conservative in San Diego. Look at the choices in the mayor's race:
District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Not only is she a lesbian, she's gay-married to another lesbian.
City Councilmember Carl DeMaio. Gay, and in a relationship with the publisher of fleshy gay publications.
Assemblymember Nathan Fletcher. While he's a woman-loving man's man with a fam in San Diego, when he got to Sacramento he was all jibber-jabber about letting soldiers tote guns 'n' stuff while also being gay at the same time.
Rep. Bob Filner: Straight, but a hardcore liberal, which is only two letters away from Liberace.
Luckily one man who understands how to defeat the gay agenda has jumped into the race. Yesterday, John "Woody" Woodrum filed to be a write-in candidate for mayor.
Among his many endeavors, Woodrum is president of the Eagle Forum San Diego, a conservative organization that believes climate change is a hoax, everyone should own a gun to handle the "Muslim threat" and homosexuality is a disorder that can be cured with "reorientation therapy."
But what does Woodrum personally believe? In 2006, he ran for Congress and submitted a variety of answers on LGBT issues to Vote-Ca.org:
On the issue of the U.S. military's Don't Ask Don't Tell Policy:
Sexual obsession can be a dangerous distraction in the military. The military needs to remain focused on its job and training. Any sexual predators - regardless of the gender of their victims - should be rooted out and treated according to law.
On gay marriage:
I believe the 6000 year old tradition of marriage between one man and one woman should continue to prevail in our society.
On whether homosexuality is genetic:
There has not been any information presented to me that proves there is a genetic component to same-sex preference. However, I have been presented with information about psychotherapy clinics who successfully treat people who choose not to have same-sex attraction.
Bigots be bedazzled! Assuming you can spell "Woody," you can vote in the mayor's race and not go to hell for it!
Just don't stake a "I love Woody" sign in your yard. It might give the wrong impression.