Nutbag Kansas City evangelical Lou Engle made The New York Times. The rabidly antigay Engle recently traveled to Uganda, whose parliament is considering a controversial bill that ratchets up existing restrictions on homosexuality.
Engle founded TheCall, a youth-oriented ministry specializing in raspy outrage over abortion rights and homosexuality. Engle moved to California and led prayer rallies when the state considered a ban on same-sex marriage.
Democrats in Kansas are promoting the fact that Engle, who tends to play up the Bible's bloodthirstier elements, is buds with U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback. Here's a video of Engle talking about how and he Brownback came to share a condo and in Washington, D.C.
This longer clip features the same Brownback mention as well as footage from Engle's efforts to muster support for Proposition 8 in California. In one clip, he calls the Castro section of San Francisco "where the homosexuals boast the dominion of darkness."