Driving around the 73rd District yesterday, I couldn’t help but notice the Delegate O’Bannon signs were everywhere. They outnumbered even the Bob McDonnell signs, but not by much.
In an unscientific canvasing, I counted the O’Bannon and Shields signs. What I found surprised me. O’Bannon won hands down, but second place was taken by the Long and Foster signs.
And there are not that many houses for sale in the 73rd.
I suppose the Acorn support and the revelation that Shields’ support for all things sexual extends beyond Gay and Lesbians just might have people moving as far away from Shields as possible. While Shields supports helping ensure your neighbors are all soon Mr. and Mr. Jones, his affinity for abnormal sexuality also extends to Bisexuals and Transgendered people. So you may be looking at Mr. and Mrs. all in one person. Or Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Jones.
Funny how Shields always mumbles LGBT when he talks about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered groups. One of the ladies at St. Mary’s church asked him what he mumbled at last night’s debate. When one of the audience members said “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered” and audible gasp filled the room. I mean, gay and lesbian is still not quite mainstream in Virginia, but far more tame than the latter half of the LGBT group.
People were truly shocked.
I will have to make a note to ask Shields at the next debate if his support extends to The North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), the group that:
advocates the liberalization of laws against sexual relations between adult and minor males – resolving to “end the oppression of men and boys who have freely chosen mutually consenting relationships”.
Should they be protected against discrimination as well? Sounds like the same sort of thing Shields supports now.
Shields still has not answered the Acorn child prostitution questions, either. But we may have our answer now.