In an interview, GOA executive director isn’t feeling too lovey dovey with the Pink Pistols, a GLBT gun rights group:
Stallard told me that the â€œPink Pistols has good relations with national gun rights groups.â€ Â Larry Pratt did not think so. Â His views can be summarized thusly: they should not have any rights; but, they do not deserve to be stoned to death.
Pratt began the discussion of gays by stating that â€œhomosexuality is wrong. Â So is adultery.â€ Â He objected to gays pushing gun rights just as he would object to â€œAdulterers for Gun Rights.â€ Â But, Pratt stated that while he objected to Pink Pistols â€œpushing it in my face, they do have a right to be offensive.â€
In the man’s defense, down the page he at least states for certain he doesn’t believe gays should be stoned to death. Regardless of what Pratt may personally think about the Pink Pistols or homosexuality, it’s not really relevant to his organization’s mission, so why talk about it?