Eugene Delgaudio: Radical Homosexual Pirates Invade Tampa; Loudoun County Next?

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    Yes, the guy who wrote this really, truly is on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors (Sterling district).

    When the young men are sufficiently intoxicated, homosexuals dressed as pirates whisk them away to God knows where to take advantage of them sexually.

    There are even countless stories of any number of immoral sex act being performed by open homosexuals – some even in broad daylight during the event.

    Pro-family citizens and churches in Tampa are horrified and unfortunately VASTLY outnumbered and overwhelmed by the popularity of the event.

    One mother complained her three year old had witnessed a man performing oral sex on a Jack Sparrow look alike in her front yard.

    As long as the Radical Homosexuals run free in our streets, they will continue to spread their debauchery and corrupt our culture.

    Well. I don’t know about you, but I’m SHOCKED at this behavior, and believe it must be stamped out immediately – by Eugene Delgaudio personally, or maybe with his Public Advocate army (to fight the pirate navy, of course). Anyway, let’s just hope these radical gay pirates don’t make it out to the peaceful, non-debauched environs of Loudoun County. I mean, you know how those pirates are a hornswaggling collection of picaroons and freebooters. And, shiver me timbers, you know they’d dance the hempen jig on the poop deck with the landlubbers when they’ve had a few black jacks of grog. I’ll tell you, it’s enough to make the good citizens of Sterling have the Davies!

    UPDATE: For a lot more on Eugene Delgaudio, click here and learn what he thinks of “Thousands of men in bright neon bikinis”, the “Homosexual Classrooms Act,” his Gay TSA Conspiracy Theory,” etc.

    • Peter 2010
    • sonofkenny

      Heterosexuals never engage in this kind of behavior!!!

      :sarcasm:

    • Paradox13VA

      It’s because of this guy, and the people who support him (and ally with him, like Dick Black and the LCRC) that I am so passionately committed to the Democratic Party in Loudoun County.

      We have some great Democrats vying to run against him this year, like Al Nevarez, and it will be to all our benefit to give them as much support as possible.

    • Glen Tomkins

      Delgaudio was hired by the Tampa Tourism Bureau to entice visitors to their annual pirate event.  In all probability, nothing remotely as exciting as the events portrayed actually happens there.

      Personally, I’m immune to such enticements.  At my age, the folks doing the whisking away would be the ones who would have to be very intoxicated.  Maybe not as drunk as the people who whisked Delgaudio away (He has to be reporting from personal experience.  I can’t believe he would just make stuff up!), but plenty drunk all the same.

    • aznew

      Can we all at least agree that if there were homosexuals dressed as pirates whisking away sufficiently intoxicated young men to God knows where to take advantage of them sexually, it would be a problem?

    • Mike1987

      I need to know where the debauchery is taking place! PRONTO!

    • libra

      hilarious was this quote:

      Pro-family citizens and churches in Tampa are horrified and unfortunately VASTLY outnumbered and overwhelmed by the popularity of the event.

      The God-fearing folk are “vastly outnumbered”? Because the opportunity of getting kidnapped and having homosexual acts performed on one is ever so “popular”? Hello? What does Delgaudio have against the free market rule? Not to mention the democratic majority rule/

    • normanva

      Being as its Friday, I decided to cruise the internet about this.  I also stumbled across a couple of unrelated interesting articles.

      1) This has to be the article this pablum was taken from. Even though it is supposed to make me afraid, I couldn’t stop laughing, especially when the writer issued a call to send in federal troops.

      http://christwire.org/2011/01/

      2) Unrelated.  The Best 40 Protest Signs of 2010.  I honestly don’t know whether to feel anger or sadness for these folks.

      http://christwire.org/2010/12/

      3) Unrelated. I have somhow missed the announcement but apparently the apocalypse has been moved up to May of this year.

      http://christwire.org/2011/01/

    • Sunshine21

      I used to think that Texas had the largest percentage of crazy people living in a state.  I’m beginning to think that Virginia is surpassing them on this.

      What’s even scarier is that people who can’t think for themselves believe this garbage that people like Eugene Delgaudio spew.