State Sen. Glenn Grothman wants your vote for him as your next Congressman because he hates America and homosexuals. Summing it up, he said:
"Now America, supposed to be the light of the world, instead we’re the light going in the opposite direction.”
Grothman is talking about the U.S.'s sick embrace of the gay life style. In this Cap Times Steve Elbow piece, Grothman would rather have gay Ugandans locked up for life than help change their policies, as Sec. John Kerry suggested:
State Sen. Glenn Grothman, R-West Bend, has a message for U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry: Send missionaries to Africa, not scientists to tell leaders “how normal homosexuality is.”
In February, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed a bill that could put people in prison for life for committing “aggravated homosexuality.” Museveni said he was prompted to sign the law after a report by Ugandan scientists concluded that homosexuality has no genetic basis. Kerry called the law “tragic” and later said he would send scientists to Uganda to help them understand homosexuality.
Grothman wants everyone to know just how he'll handle things if he were sent to congress:
“I mean, what must God think of our country if now … rather than sending people to Uganda to explain better agricultural techniques, sending missionaries to Africa, educating people on Christianity, we send scientists to Africa to say how wonderful the homosexual lifestyle is?” Grothman told Voice of Christian Youth America. “It is just unbelievable what has become of our country.”
Grothman has made headlines in the past for, among other things, saying single parenthood is equivalent to child abuse, calling Kwanzaa a “fake holiday,” opposing Martin Luther King Jr. Day and calling for a roll-back on restrictions to a seven-day work week.