- A conservative Loudoun County lawmaker says controversial airport pat-downs by the Transportation Security Administration are part of a "wide-scale homosexual agenda."
Eugene Delgaudio, a Republican representing Sterling on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, made the comments in a widely distributed e-mail sent in his capacity as president of the conservative nonprofit Public Advocate of the United States.
In the e-mail -- reported by WUSA9 -- Delgaudio also says the TSA's non-discrimination hiring policy is "the federal employee's version of the Gay Bill of Special rights."
"That means the next TSA official that gives you an enhanced pat-down could be a practicing homosexual secretly getting pleasure from your submission,"
I knew you would never get away with it.ole Eugene seen right through it.
So maybe part of the criteria for screening employees is to make sure they hate it!
Apparently resistance is futile, or so it would appear to those who would seriously think that being patted down by a homosexual might awaken feelings buried deep down in their collective psyche. Seriously, is the concern that this will be a recruitment tool, or just the best way to try to get a date?
If it is the former, then we only need to ensure that the people going through the line get someone of the opposite sex during a pat down. If it is the latter, these people must have really ugly social lives.
The third option, which I prefer, is that they are just nuts, and why are they getting any attention at all again?