Tuesday, July 24, 2007

The deep thinking of Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle

This is provided by the folks at Flush Naugle, the umbrella group of Fort Lauderdale citizens opposed to the blatant bigotry and erratic behavior of Mayor Jim Naugle. They do accept contributions on their web site via PayPal.


"Atheists and Criminal Lobbying Union" regarding the meaning of the acronym ACLU.

New Times, October 26, 2000

"I don't use the word 'gay.' I use the word 'homosexual.' Most of them aren't gay. They're unhappy."

Sun-Sentinel, July 4, 2007

"I'm supposed to subsidize some schlock sitting on the sofa and drinking a beer, who won't work more than 40 hours a week?"

Sun-Sentinel, May 20, 2006

Regarding a proposal to reduce greenhouse gases, calling it "hate-America stuff" concocted by "a bunch of scientists meeting in Paris who've had too much wine.”

Sun-Sentinel May 9, 2007

"We're trying to provide a family environment where people can take their children who need to use the bathroom without having to worry about a couple of men in there engaged in a sex act."

Sun-Sentinel, July 4, 2007

Stating public restrooms are pickup places for "homosexuals. ... They're engaging in sex, anonymous sex, illegal sex."

Sun-Sentinel, July 4, 2007

"Yes" responding to the question "o homosexuality is a criminal act?"

New Times, October 26, 2000

"The Scum-Sentinel is an advertising tabloid newsblog. They hire reporters and they make them churn out stories without making them get into anything in depth. They do that to feign a resemblance to a real newspaper so that they can sell advertising. And the Sentinel tries to lecture me about affordable housing? I tell people that the day I take advice from a company that has vagrants selling their products in the middle of the street, we're all in trouble."

New Times, April 21, 2006

"That's illegal too [heterosexual sex in public restrooms], but nobody ever complains about that."

Sun-Sentinel, July 4, 2007

"I think a strong rope and a stiff tree would be better than wasting all that electricity."

New Times (Broward Palm Beach Edition), October 26, 2000

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