Earlier this week, it was mentioned by the National Political Rebuttal column that Alan Keyes is almost single-minded in his desire to punish Barack Obama for having defeated him in a 2004 senatorial election.
Looking at what Keyes said today, it's easy to understand why the people of Illinois chose Obama over Keyes.
Returning to "Pray In Jesus Name" to talk once again with the equally looney Gordon Klingenschmitt, Keyes tried to make the case that there can be no such thing as a "right to homosexuality" because all rights come from God, and God has said that homosexuality is an abomination.
"Only those things that are demonstrated to have a relationship with what is right from the point of view of the society, of human nature, and of the things that God requires of us as part of our responsibility to him, those things can be claimed as right," Keyes asserted.
Letting "people who love each other do whatever they want," Keyes said, would lead to pedophilia, incest, and bestiality and persecution of Christians.
This places Keyes in an already massive list of right-wing authoritarians who think everything they dislike is evil and should be illegal, and who can't comprehend for the life of them that refusal to discriminate against everything non-Christian does not qualify as discrimination against Christians.