Flying Soon? Watch Out For The Homos At TSA!

By Loudoun Insider

Eugene Delgaudio once again proves  that he knows no limits when it comes to ridiculous assertions.  According to our ever vigilant homo protector, the new TSA frisking procedures are nothing more than an excuse for homosexuals to fondle our packages.  I am not a fan of what is going on, but come on, this is just so over the top ridiculous. 

With Eugene being the only incumbent R supervisor seeking re-election, and the re-emergence of fellow anti-gay crusader Dick Black, the Loudoun Republican ticket is assured of top down stench and never ending embarassment.

UPDATE:  LTM picks up the story and gets commentary from ED and TSA.


Comments

  • Dan says:

    You’d like to give Eugene the benefit of the doubt and think he is merely insane. But it is far more likely that he is a completely shameless and hateful demagogue. After all, he makes quite a bit of money with his scam anti-gay business.

    While it would be amusing if he is someday caught in flagrante delicto with a gay lover as so many gay obsessed weirdos like him have been in the past, I doubt that will happen. I think Eugene is just in it for the money. Simply another grifter.

  • local gop says:

    this guy is a nut job

  • More wonderful and insightful commentary from localgop…

    Anyway, between Delguadio and Cuccinelli, I seriously wonder what is wrong with the Commonwealth and where we find these people. I’m convinced that Delguadio himself could somehow be convinced that he himself is a homosexual if enough “evidence” came up. And people say us Birchers are paranoid… Delgaudio brings a whole new meaning to the word…

  • Cato the Elder says:

    So wait, does this mean if I tell the TSA screener I’m homo I can get the cute Latina agent to play with the boys?

  • Debbie Rose says:

    So, so many jokes… but, alas, I will be good:)

  • BlackOut says:

    Eugene!! Honestly, we need to talk. This is getting way out of hand.

    You know they can cure this problem you have. Prayer, pills and some counseling sessions and you’ll be all set.

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  • Robert says:

    This guy is a serious nutjob. It’s one thing to express opposition to something, but Delgaudio has somehow managed to think about gay sex more frequently and in more explicit detail than me, an out “practicing” homosexual.

  • Leej says:

    Just came back from my friends beach home on the the beach in Virginia beach.

    And came back to all kinds of screwy nws from a Miller Love fest with McG to Eugene.
    Well I saw this in the post toady.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/26/AR2010112603025.html?hpid=topnews

    Perhaps we are going about security all wrong here looking for ghosts when the Israeli Security the best in the world say we are stupid over here how we go about security. Reminds me of our school system just throw money at it

  • Wolverine says:

    Leej, Israeli security actually interviews every passenger getting on a plane at Ben Gurion International and Sde Dov (domestic flights only) — maybe 11 million plus passengers total per annum. How would you like to try that here? Just JFK, O’Hare, and Dulles alone see 133 million passengers per annum. Throw in Atlanta, Miama, LAX, and all the rest, and you have a passenger total that has climbed out of friggin’ sight. It’s a problem of scale. At our volume and given the wider variety of ethnic cultures which pass through our portals, our profilers/interviewers would soon wind up guessing. And don’t count on warnings from your electronic intelligence connections. Probably more than 99.9% of intelligence trace requests will come back “No traces.” That doesn’t mean the passenger in question is clean. It just means that the interviewer/profiler doesn’t know anything. You want to get on a plane hoping your profiler/interviewer guessed right?

  • local gop says:

    Dan, it’s not worth my time or attention to provide anymore insightful analysis…he’s a nutjob…plain and simple.

  • While I am not quite tracking with Eugene on the “homosexual” angle to the TSA story, TSA has some problems in the pat down process, in their personnel management, and there are also problems with both types of body scanner machines. He is correct in encouraging citizens to ask elected officials at the federal level to pay attention to what TSA is doing.

  • Loudoun Outsider says:

    This is not Eugene’s first rodeo. He has won three elections, the last time by a razor thin margin. I agree TSA has issues, but implying the TSA patdown folks are secret pervs with government authority to assault you, in a county from which two of the 9-11 planes took off, is bizarre. Remember this is the only Loudoun County Repulican supervisor running for re-election.

    Whatever issues come up in the next election cycle, Eugene has given his opponent a huge gift. Forget roads and schools, the Democratic candidate can just plaster this letter all over the district and ask: “Do you want a guy who thinks this to represent you?”
    Eugene has survived in part because his crusade against the gay agenda has involved issues not visible to Saturday morning sports parents (ie everyday voters). Also his wackier statements have been older and/or directed at people who pay to read his Public Advocate newsletter (think Protic and Dick Black).
    This time his incredible statements are current on an issue everybody is familiar with. Me thinks most voters will not view him favorably. Again, why do this when you know you going to be in a close election.
    This could be his Macaca statment.

  • Leej says:

    How about this Wolverine ;-)

    Just love it when someone comes up with something really smart.

    The Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the
    privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners at the airports.

    It´s a booth you can step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate
    any explosive device you may have on you. They see this as a win-win for
    everyone, with none of this crap about racial profiling. It also would
    eliminate the costs of a long and expensive trial. Justice would be swift.
    Case closed.
    You ‘ re in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter an announcement comes ver the PA system . . . “Attention standby passengers – we now have a seat available on flight number XXX. Shalom.”

    Hats off to the Israelis.

  • BlackOut says:

    Joe, in this case Eugene didn’t expect the general public to ponder his statements. I bet he never thought this article would see the light of day in Loudoun. His rants really aren’t about reality. They are all about his next fund raiser. The last big push before year end revenue numbers are published. Trying to make sense out of these fund raising campaigns will get us no where. It is targeted at his isolated audience, the ones who really are vulnerable. Much more vulnerable than you or I as we go thru TSA screening.

    If it isn’t about fund-raising then he really needs counseling. The only rational explanation for this stuff is all about cash in his pocket. Otherwise, he’s a nut case. (it does concern me that he thinks the entire Internet is his target audience, but I am trying to find someway to give him the benefit of the doubt.)

    Oh and be damned those who get in the way of his vicious ugly attacks. They’ll get over it, just send in your ten bucks. (not directed at you Joe, just a metaphor)

  • Charles says:

    Without making any comment on Eugene, it is a bit curious that the TSA readily acknowledges a sexual issue regarding their pat-downs, to the point where they use same-sex patdowns.

    But if that is a concern, then should they NOT also keep gay TSA representatives from doing the pat-downs? What is the difference between a female doing a male passenger pat-down, and a gay man doing a male passenger pat-down? In both cases, the pat-down is being done by a person with a sexual interest in the gender of the passenger.

    It seems illogical to argue on one hand that there is a unique character of gayness that needs to be specifically and repeatedly acknowledged and nurtured, and then to turn around and pretend that being gay is a meaningless distinction that makes no difference whatsoever in the performance of duties that traditionally have a gender-specific application.

    On the other hand, if I ever fly, and need to be patted down, I am going to specifically request a female TSA agent.

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