Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Lou Engle demands Ellen DeGeneres -- overlord of the lesbians -- turn straight

Posted By on Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge You have the power to convert all gays, Ellen! Lou Engle wants you to do it!
  • You have the power to convert all gays, Ellen! Lou Engle wants you to do it!
Wacky preacher Lou Engle, who hates gay folks so much that he went to Uganda to lobby for a law that allowed for executing gay people, has a new target: Supreme Gay Commander Ellen DeGeneres.

In a recent speech, the Kansas City-based crazy man told his followers that a crucial step in ridding our nation of the scourge of demon homosexuals is to start with the famous and powerful ones. This, apparently, means DeGeneres (What, is this 1999? Har har...). Pathetic video after the jump.
 

Engle thinks that if famous people rescind their gayness, the common gays will, too. Really, Lou? Celebrity endorsements of hate? That's your pitch? You're not selling

sneakers here.

He shouted at his teenage charges: "Conspicuous conversions -- that's

how he changes the minds of the masses! Come on, Ellen DeGeneres, let

her get converted!" Yeah! Because, as we all know, "converting" to a different sexual

orientation is a snap, and all lesbians do whatever Ellen tells them to! That's why gay bars are the only places in this town that take

American Express.

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