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More big money: National homosexual movement teams up with "conservative" GOP groups to elect Richard Tisei to Congress in Mass.

Radical gay activist Republican with long, outrageous record

POSTED: October 26, 2012

Again, what's happening in Massachusetts may soon be happening across the country.

Last week we reported that the national GOP establishment is pouring over a million dollars to elect Richard Tisei to Congress in Massachusetts. They have named Tisei as one of the select "conservative young guns" they want to focus their energies on to get elected.

We documented Tisei's record: as a radical homosexual activist, dedicated to pushing "gay marriage" across the country; as pro-abortion (rated 100% by Planned Parenthood); as hostile to religious faith; as the only Republican to sponsor the "transgender rights" bill in the Mass. Senate; and the only Republican to vote against the state tax rollback in 2000.

Not exactly what one would consider "conservative."

Big "gay" money coming in

Well, there's more.

Who would ever imagine that the national homosexual movement would team up with GOP "conservative" stalwarts Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy, and Speaker John Boehner? The infamous national PAC Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund has selected Tisei as one of its top candidates in the country for support. In addition, the pro-gay American Unity PAC has already spent over $500,000 for Tisei, according to the Associated Press. Adding to that, it's likely that Tisei will get a good part of the $10 million that billionaire NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced he's spending for pro-gay candidates.

Here in Massachusetts, this been buttressed by the Boston Globe and Boston Herald (both of which support "gay rights) which have both enthusiastically endorsed Tisei in their editorials.

As the Globe gushed in its lead editorial:

"There's longstanding evidence of Tisei's willingness to defy his party and even public sentiment at key points; he voted against rolling back the state income tax from 5.3 percent to 5 percent because he didn't think the state could afford to do so. He argues that, because he would be the only openly gay Republican to be elected to Congress, he would have a national profile of sorts. He would, and he should use it to press for tolerance and moderation among his fellow Republicans."

The reaction among Massachusetts Republicans -- very disturbing

We'd like to say that there's been an uprising against how Mass. Republicans are being railroaded in the 6th District, particularly among conservatives.

But most of the people -- and certainly all the GOP politicians -- whom we talk to have pretty much abandoned their principles when it comes to the 2012 ballot box. And they basically believe Tisei's slick TV ads saying he'll "be a great representative for the 6th District." The idea that "any Republican" must be elected seems to trump everything else. The voters may be pro-life and support traditional marriage, but they don't actually intend to vote that way. The concept of blanking out a race on principle completely eludes almost all Massachusetts conservatives. It's a sad and disturbing situation.

We even believe that as bad as the Democrat incumbent John Tierney is, Tisei will be worse because of the lasting impact he'll have on the national Republican Party.

MassResistance bashed in homosexual press over Tisei

Not surprisingly, the homosexual press in Boston is having a conniption over MassResistance's expose' of Tisei. Leading the pack is Edge Boston which also supplies articles to other homosexual publications. Since MassResistance is the only pro-family group willing to confront this issue, we're naturally an easy target for the vitriol of the homosexual lobby.

Last week Edge Boston published an article titled, "Ultra-Right Fights GOP for Helping Mass. Gay House Candidate" which vents their anger at us.

Interestingly, the charges against us are, well, true. For example, among their rants about MassResistance in the article:

MassResistance is trying to spread the word on Tisei's "passionate support" for marriage equality. "He brags that he fought to make it 'legal' in Massachusetts," the group's website proclaims. "He believes it's a civil right that must be granted across America." The site also points out he appeared in a video made by MassEquality to promote gay marriage.

Yup, we're guilty as charged. Of course, like so much in the homosexual press, the article plays the "dangerous religious right" card by labeling MassResistance director Brian Camenker as a "Christian conservative." Well, not quite. Actually, Camenker is Jewish. But hey, it rounds out the article so well!