FLORIDA GOP TEA PARTY RISING STAR MIKE HORNER RESIGNS AMIDST GAY PROSTITUTION SCANDAL


Now I’m not against prostitution; personally I think it should be legal and well regulated and taxed at a corporate rate. Also, I’m not against homosexuality as all Human Beings deserve civil rights. What I am against is the hypocrisy of the Theocratic Conservative Far Right in America with every fiber of my Soul. Time and again I have explained to the readers of this blog that American conservative politicians live dual lives; one in public for the Sheople and one in private for their own pleasures. The Sheople need to be led by the strict adherence to religious beliefs. The Sheople need to be comforted in their minds by their Masters from the changes that have taken place in America over the last century that have eroded the power the Masters once derived through the brute force of racial bigotry and misogyny.

Once again a member of that ruling elite has allowed his private pleasures to become public causing him to be cast out of the right wing country club. Mike Horner, of Kissimmee, Florida, a married Chrsitian man and father of one, has resigned in the midst of his state house campaign in Florida’s 42nd district due to him being linked to a prostitution ring run allegedly out of the home of one Mark D Risner. Horner was expected to win his race handily but today the “Go Horner” website has been taken down.

Now this man was the perfect GOP candidate. He’s white, young, a Baptist, married, served in the Florida National Guard for four years and was an NRA life member. Horner voted in 2010 in favor of mandatory ultrasounds for women seeking an abortion. [This bill was vetoed by former Florida Governor Charlie Crist.–G.R.M., Copy Ed.] In 2011, Horner voted in favor of four anti-choice bills that would not allow health insurance to cover abortions as well as denying public funds to be used for abortion services. Horner also voted in favor of a bill that would allow prayer in schools in March 2012 which was signed into law by Governor Rick Scott in the same month.

The Florida GOP has five days to find a replacement to run in Rep. Horner’s place or the Democratic challenger Eileen Game would run unconstested.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
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