Saturday, November 11, 2006

Why pay $25,000 and $200/hour when is free?

Rev. Louis Sheldon is telling The Jewish Week that he knew about Pastor Ted's love of manly massages long before Mike Post put the "tell" in "kiss and tell":
Sheldon disclosed that he and “a lot” of others knew about Haggard’s homosexuality “for awhile ... but we weren’t sure just how to deal with it. Months before a male prostitute publicly revealed Haggard’s secret relationship with him, and the reverend’s drug use as well, “Ted and I had a discussion,” explained Sheldon, who said Haggard gave him a telltale signal then: “He said homosexuality is genetic. I said, no it isn’t. But I just knew he was covering up. They need to say that.”
Remember, this Louis Sheldon who kept Pastor Ted's Love-of-Men on the d-l while publicly opposing married men's fundamental human right to have sex with hot male prostitutes and then do meth is the same Louis Sheldon who worked against banning internet gambling for at least $25,000 while publicly opposing gambling. We want to know how much that cost Pastor Ted, and if his could be the most expensive trips to the local call-boy ever in Colorado.

And since we were slacking all day eating French cheese, drinking diet soda, and generally being liberals, here are other people who got this much sooner than we did and had more intelligent things to say about it: Andrew Sullivan, John Aravosis, Pam Spaulding, and, let's say, a goat.

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