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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Horrible Florida pastor Terry Jones doesn't just hate Muslims. Watch out, Orlando pansexual fetishists!

Posted on Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 10:44 AM

Just in case you were about to forget he existed, Dove World Outreach Center pastor – and global joke who is likely responsible for the deaths of many brave Americans – has just upped the ante on his psycho famewhoring. According to an email obtained by Orlando Weekly, Jones is planning a protest of the March 16 Pansexual Fetish Party scheduled to shock and titillate at Firestone Live in downtown Orlando on March 16. That event, which has a Facebook presence here, promises "a little something for everyone," but should "everyone" include Jones, who made ridiculous "Florida Man" headlines for Quran burning, Obama effigy hanging and really bad film making?

Jones is trying to rally supporters to apparently picket the event, because he's scared the gays are coming after your babies while you drive them to Disney World or something. Here's the email. Consider a counterprotest in your best sex-challenging finery, if you'd like. This is how media circuses happen!


March 5th, 2013

MEDIA CONTACT: 352-371-2487 or 352-871-2680 (Stephanie Sapp)


Saturday, March 9th and Saturday, March 16th, 2013, 3pm

Corner of Amelia St and Orange Ave, Orlando, FL

Downtown Orlando is promoting the March 16th opening of a Gay Sex Fetish Club with bill boards posted along the main highways.

Would you want to explain this to your child on the way to Disney World?

Stand Up America Now is joining local Orlando area residents to “tell Obama, the liberals, and those seeking to destroy marriages and over-sexualize children with inappropriate billboards along the Attractions that they aren't going to take it, that those types of things aren't going to fly in our City.”

“They are calling it Pansexuality but what it really is is another way for gay culture to reach out and influence your youth and tell them that it's normal to have another person of the same sex wrapped in chains or sodomized.”

“We can't stand for this type of behavior! We can't stand for this to be allowed to exist unprotested.”

Obama is leading the nation in the promotion of gay perversion, creating a culture where these billboards in Orlando have become acceptable. Obama is the first US President to write a friend-of-the-court brief to the Supreme Court supporting the expansion of the right of gays and lesbians to marry.

Read more HERE

Following Obama's lead, Clint Eastwood and more than 100 ‘moderate’ Republicans are also urging the Supreme Court to overturn the ban on same sex marriage.

Read more HERE

We agree with our Orlando friends and invite you to stand with us at this protest!


Thank you for your support,

Dr. Terry Jones

Stand Up America Now

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