Foley in Wonderland

Ofstedahl, Jeff
October 2006
Echo Magazine;10/19/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p10
The article comments on the charges of homosexuality, pedophilia, cover-ups and closet cases against members of the U.S. Republican Party. It states that the party value power and money more than protecting the children. It asserts that people would not be forced to masquerade homogeneously in a heterosexist state of contradiction if culture generally accepted and welcomed gay people.


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