Not everyone’s hating on homo-hating Fort Lauderdale mayor Jim Naugle. Two concerned citizens penned pieces in The Sun-Sentinel lauding the politico’s robo-toilet crusade.
One supporter, a college student named Eric, writes:
I wanted to take the time to congratulate Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle for having the moral integrity to resist the radical activism of Fort Lauderdale’s gay community.
I am not homophobic in any sense of the word. I count gays and lesbians among my closest friends and acquaintances, and respect them no less for their sexual orientation.That having been said, there’s no reason the government needs to sanction behavior that the vast majority of Americans find morally reprehensible.
Don’t you just love the “some of my best friends are gay” argument?
Little Eric goes on to deride the use of tax dollars on the city’s new gay library, which includes “smut” such as pornography.
Such smut not only tarnishes the good name of the city of Fort Lauderdale, but it also paints the gay community in a bad light, reinforcing the very stereotypes that traditionally accrue to those with that orientation.
Poor Eric, can’t you see that Naugle’s the one making Fort Lauderdale look like a backwater wasteland? Oh, and you, of course.
Another Naugle support kept his note simple,
Hurrah for Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle for telling it like it is. The mayor is absolutely correct about gay men over taking the public restrooms as they troll for sex and drugs.
Gays having sex in public is becoming an epidemic, not just in Florida but all over the U.S
Yeah, public sex is by far the worst problem America has ever faced – worse than terrorism, AIDS and the Great Depression. Just ask Florida state representative Bob Allen, who stands accused of trolling for sex.