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Sen. Scott Brown invites hardcore Mass. homosexual activist to "Don't Ask Don't Tell" repeal signing ceremony in D.C.
Unbelievable insult to former pro-family supporters
POSTED: Dec 31, 2010
Sen. Scott Brown has done many things recently to publicly show his distain for the pro-family people who supported him. But this is probably the most personally offensive.
As the Boston Herald reported this week, Brown went out of his way to contact hardcore anti-family homosexual activist Tom Lang and give him (and his "husband") a personal invitation to the Obama's signing ceremony in Washington D.C. of the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" repeal. Lang had been part of the homosexual lobby's huge 10-month effort to persuade Brown to abandon his position against the repeal, and switch to supporting it. Brown apparently decided to reward him for his success.
Special day in D.C. for 'don't ask' activist
A horrible anti-family homosexual activist
Lang is arguably the most vicious anti-family homosexual activist in Massachusetts.
Back in 2005 over 170,000 people signed petitions to get the Marriage Amendment on the ballot in Massachusetts. Soon afterwards Tom Lang and his "husband" Alex Westerhoff set up a website called KnowThyNeighbor. There they posted the names and addresses of all the signers and invited people to contact them and confront them. (They've also taken it nationwide, and have led similar efforts in Arkansas, Florida, Oregon, and Washington.)
As a result, many people who signed the marriage petition were harassed at their homes and at work. People were threatened with loss of jobs. They were shunned at local gatherings. Some were attacked in newspaper articles. It was an act of intimidation on a huge scale, and was traumatic for all of us. Many people have now refuse to sign pro-family petitions at all because of this.
Since then, Lang and Westerhoff (who are "married") have continued their reign of anti-family terror. Their activities include:
If this is Brown's idea of being a "Scott Brown Republican" he really doesn't get it. The symbolism of this and the pain this causes Lang's victims makes it clear what Scott Brown thinks of us now.