The head of a national homosexual organization is vowing to politically “punish,” “terrify” and “torture” activists who oppose his organization’s agenda on “gay” rights – which he says would give him “endless satisfaction.”

Matt Foreman, executive director of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force in Washington, D.C., made the comments in yesterday’s edition of Between the Lines, a Detroit area homosexual newsmagazine, the American Family Association of Michigan points out.

In addition to declaring his desire for retribution against “local legislators and leaders” who oppose the homosexual agenda, Foreman expressed a goal beyond securing legal same-sex marriage, that is gaining other means besides marriage by which homosexuals could access public and private financial benefits.

Foreman told the interviewer of his plans to go after his opponents.

“I’m … interested in going after, politically, local legislators and leaders that have launched these anti-gay initiatives,” he explained. “‘We beat you, now we’re gonna go back and we’re going to affirmatively punish you’ – people who launch this stuff, so that they understand not only that they’re not going to win, but that there are consequences to it.

“We would set up a [political action committee] and go in and terrify them with a credible challenge. … So we go in, for a modest investment of money and torture these people, which would give me endless satisfaction. And the word would go out very quickly, ‘You know what, this really isn’t worth it.'”

Foreman was asked: “Is getting the right to marriage for same-sex couples something the Task Force is interested in?”

He responded: “We want full equality under the law, which, right now, means the freedom to marry. But we’re also hopeful that we create different ways in which people can form relationships and families that don’t come with all the baggage and the downsides of marriage. One of the great things about where we’re going is that we are creating new ways for people to relate, new ways for people to obtain rights and benefits.”

According to Between the Lines, Foreman is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the annual Triangle Foundation Dinner on May 2 in Detroit.

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