I've talked about the After the Ball distortion of the religious right more times than I care to count. In a nutshell, it's like this - the religious right claims that there has been a long-term plot to take over America following the blueprint of a book called After The Ball, which was written by two gay men.
The only problem is that very few gays have ever heard of this book and after they spin the original lie, the religious right don't have anything else to go on to push this belief. They can't tell you the specific names of who is involved in this "plot," any planning sessions, or anything else.
Because it is all a sad conspiracy theory.
Of course when have facts ever stopped the religious right before? And now there is a televised expose on this pathetic nonsense.
Lawd, these people . . .