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Sunday, November 05, 2006

Andrew Sullivan | The Daily Dish

Andrew Sullivan on the sad truth of the Haggard revelations, including the former pastor's admission of a "lifelong" struggle with his own "repulsive" sexuality. This, in November 2006.

Andrew Sullivan The Daily Dish: "'There is part of my life that is so repulsive and dark that I've been warring against it all of my adult life,' - pastor Ted Haggard, referring, I suppose, to his homosexual orientation.

For those who still - amazingly - believe that being gay is somehow a 'choice,' consider Haggard. If he could have chosen not to be gay, don't you think he would have? Even though he apparently believes being gay is 'repulsive and dark' (while it is, in fact, just another wonderful way to be human), he still cannot prevail against it. It is integral to him. It has been 'all of [his] adult life'."