Was it the rain?
Caught in the downpour of Tropical Storm Fay, Exodus spokesman Randy Thomas writes with clarity and compassion about a troubled friend.
Freed from an obvious connection to sexual orientation and its requisite sugar-coated Dobsonspeak, Thomas demonstrates that he can still perceive people and situations for what they are, without resorting to politically correct language, pre-packaged answers, or trite dismissals.
This is the Randy Thomas that many people once knew. That Randy is missed.
Note: At this writing, Wayne Besen is at NLGJA in Washington, while I’m moving from Hartford to Providence this weekend. So TWO blog posts will be a bit sporadic for a few days.