ever in denial Camenker squawks:
His 17-year-old son says he may have to start wearing a paper bag over his head to Newton North High School. His 19-year-old daughter has forbidden him from ever doing such a thing again.
Camenker's daughter, who is in college, saw the show while at a party with friends. ''She wasn't too happy," he said.
Did he see the same show?
Despite being peppered with such questions as: ''Is it hard to stay interested in your wife with temptation out there?" Camenker professed to having come away relatively unscathed.
''I didn't think they treated me that badly," Camenker said. ''They treated me a lot better than I thought they would."
''I don't know why I did it," said Camenker, adding that he had earlier turned down the producers several times. ''They said, 'We promise we'll be fair with you.' So in a moment of weakness, I agreed to do it. If I had to do it over again, I'd be more into the comedy thing of it. I really didn't know. I figured I'd just be myself."Bone Chilling! But wait, there's more:
You mean moved to tears from laughing so hard. If the arguments were so "moving" why hasn't he provided a link to Comedy Central on the Article 8's website or Massresistance? And why o' why does he think 25 year olds from New York City were moved? I guess he must be using the same telepathic powers he used when he described the "Love Won Out" conference on the radio (he didn't attend yet he had incredibly vivid descriptions of the what went on) or when he saw "hate in their eyes" at the counter rally in Lexington. Maybe he has super powers! Imagine if you will, Brian Camenker and Amy from Article 8:
Camenker said that while his argument against gay marriage may not have been convincing in the footage that was aired, he may have changed some hearts and minds among the ''25-year-olds from New York City who naturally are all pro gay marriage."
''They were moved by what I said about the subject," Camenker said. ''They didn't use 99 percent of my stuff. But the arguments I said, you could tell they were visibly moved, and that I was saying things they hadn't heard before."
Ok, I'm done.
Form of a homophobe
Shape of Margaret Marshall