It was an heroic act, one that exposes him to the full wrath of armies of secret homosexualist operatives. They'll call him a bigot. They'll search his closet. They'll oppose his will.
He understands what he's risking. He's been there before.
You see, Mr. Pidgeon is not only a valiant defender of love segregation, he's also one of our nation's most preeminent birfologists. A close, personal friend of Orly Taitz, law dentist, Mr. Pidgeon is the man who discovered that Obama traveled to a foreign Euro-South American country, British Columbia, to change his name.
Of course, communists, Islamomexicans, Hittites, and their fellow travellers immediately rose to Obama's defense, unreasonably demanding that Mr. Pidgeon do the impossible: that is provide evidence.
Still, he was not deterred. Rather than fleeing when faced with demands for proof, he risked arrest by writing a book, "The Obama Error." Here's how Amazon describes it:
Here are the facts, and here is the law. The national fabric is forever torn, and the experiment in God-breathed freedom we call America is finished. When we look back to the causes of our demise, we will most certainly find the Obama error.Yes, he risked arrest for writing that book. According to an email published by the Free Republic, camo-clad stormtroopers from Homeland Security secured his neighborhood in March 2009 and are in the process of arresting him:
From: [email address of Stephen Pidgeon] Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 1:00 PM To: Carmen [last name withheld] Cc: [numerous recipients] Subject: Stephen Pidgeon in imminent danger of arrest by Homeland SecurityI imagine some people would look at such an email and describe the author as a crazy, paranoid, right wing lunatic, but I, like many of my readers, see the author in a different light. The man is a true patriot. He should be awarded this nation's highest commendation, the Tricorner Hat with Teabag Dangles.
I am writing this now as three black suburbans with HS personnel in camo are moving in to my neighborhood. I suspect arrest here shortly. In the event that you do not hear from me by tomorrow morning, please continue to contact by me email, as we will try to monitor. If not, contact Cesar Velasquez in Bellevue, WA (a Washington lawyer) for status.