Potential New York Senate candidate Harold E. Ford Jr. was profiled by Maureen Dowd in the Sunday New York Times. The conservative former Tennessee congressman—boasting an anti-gay record but now says he is pro-gay rights—tells Dowd that he has always rejected the ex-gay myth:
"On his embrace of gay marriage, he observed: 'There were pastors in my Tennessee district who said you can minister to someone and change their sexual orientation. I just never accepted that. I’m a heterosexual. I don’t know what anyone can say to me to make me sexually be with a man.' "
Well it's a good thing that Ford doesn't believe in ex-gays. Let's check back in a couple of weeks and see has his position changed.
H/T: Truth WinsOut