"A Richmond pastor stands on Broad Street protesting President Obama's stance on gay marriage. She accused President Obama of pretending that he was against gay rights and turning his back on god. Reverend Shirley stood on the corner holding a bible and wearing two signs, one saying "Don't vote for Obama" and on the back it said "God says it's wrong". She says that she will not vote for President Obama because of his views on homosexuality. The pastor said that she will stand out there until the election in November. She quoted Leviticus and talked about women marrying dogs. Several people challenged her views including a homeless woman that brought an interesting perspective. I interviewed the pastor and what she has to say may shock some of you. If you're interested in debating or talking with Reverend Shirley, she stands on the corner of 18th and Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia. She says she will be out there until November or until god tells her to get off the corner." - Jeff Sticks. Check out the Jeff's interview below.
Watching this reminded me of a quote by Peter Finley Dunne - 'A fanatic is a man that does what he thinks the Lord would do if He knew the facts of the case.'