Turncoat Scott Brown Invites Anti-Family Gay Leaders To Signing Ceremony
Scott Brown contacts hardcore Mass. homosexual activist -- invite him to "Don't Ask Don't Tell" repeal signing ceremony in D.C!
Mass Resistance tells us "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
By Jessica Fargen and Laura Crimaldi
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Call it a bipartisan marriage.
Tom Lang, a gay activist and independent from Manchester-by-the-Sea, received his invitation to Wednesday's signing of the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" from none other than Republican Sen. Scott Brown.
Lang, an antiques dealer, riled conservatives in 2005 when he started KnowThyNeighbor.org, where he published the names of people who signed a petition to ban gay marriage in Massachusetts.
Lang, who took his husband to the event, lobbied Brown to vote to repeal "don't ask, don't tell," repeatedly calling his staff to ask him to vote against it. All that hard work paid off. Brown's office called him Tuesday with two invitations to the signing, he said. Lang said he was impressed with Brown's thoughtful deliberation.
"We're dealing with a statesman here, not a puppet. I respect the man," Lang said.
A Brown spokeswoman said Lang asked for help, "so our staff reached out to the White House to see if he could attend."
See Herald article online HERE