Originally Posted by FeelTheLove
Now that the leader of the largest evangelical movement in America, Washington insider and top blue nose Mr. Haggard, has been exposed as a meth-sniffing switch hitter, I think it's time that we ask which party has the real "gay agenda". The GOP is essentially the biggest practictioner of Clinton's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, and as such has allowed a group of closeted gays, starting with GOP chairman Ken Mehlman on down, to run the GOP. Their agenda seems to be to use the prejudices against gays of most average republicans to achieve power while hiding thier own homosexuality. Isn't it time to admit the real party that represents homosexuals in America is the GOP? After all, your average gay isn't the guy parading in San Francisco, its some well-mannered executive type who keeps it in the closet, and that certainly is represented in the GOP!
But of course FTL, you can explain how and why the accuser has failed the lie detector test?
Haggard's accuser fails lie detector
By Mike McPhee
Denver Post Staff Writer
Article Last Updated:11/03/2006 08:31:24 AM MST
Pastor takes leave amid allegations of gay sex"Struggled" on choice to step forwardClaim against evangelical leader stuns Springs-area residentsHaggard sex allegations could shape votes, political observers say Haggard profile: Man of cloth and cloutTed Haggard's accuser failed a polygraph test early this morning about the truthfulness of his accusations that he had had a three-year homosexual affair with the influential Colorado Springs minister.
The test was given to Michael Jones, 49, an admitted male prostitute, who made the allegations on the Peter Boyles Show on radio station KHOW Thursday morning.
The shocking allegations were denied by Haggard, who told KUSA-9News he never took part in a homosexual affair and had always been faithful to his wife, with whom he has 5 children.
So Boyles invited Jones to take a polygraph test at 5 a.m. this morning.
The test administrator, John Kresnik, said Jones' score indicated "deceptions" in his answers. However, Kresnik said he doubted the accuracy of the test he administered because of the recent stress on Jones and his inability to eat or sleep, according to KHOW producer Greg Hollenback.
Kresnik suggested that Jones be re-tested early next week after he was rested.