Eugene Delgaudio fails the Clarke test #0001

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In just two days, Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) failed “to have a positive approach with the community(the Clarke test).  He must resign.  He must resign from his day job or from his Supervisor position.  The two are incompatible.  As Clarke puts it “I don’t think that people who hold themselves contrary to that position should be allowed to serve“.  We agree.  Now show us that you mean it.

Politico’s Dylan Byers reports that Supervisor Delgaudio, President, Public Advocate of the U.S. used the Weekly Standard’s marketing arm to issue a fundraising email warning that:

“radical homosexuals” were “infiltrating the United States Congress.”

“Their ultimate dream is to create a new America based on sexual promiscuity in which the values you and I cherish are long forgotten,”

The publisher of the Weekly Standard, Terry Eastland explained that the Standard’s “vetting process broke down“.  The Human Rights Campaign asked editor William Kristol to condemn the email and Delgaudio is using the HRC exposure to raise more money.  The Public Advocate web site reads:

“Giant Homosexual Assault On Public Advocate Launches — David Vs. Goliath!”

And round and round we go, only this time Delgaudio plays the role of both the corrupt politician and his own deflector/defender.


Eugene Delgaudio Weekly Standard ad

Eugene Delgaudio defames community, defends self

It’s business as usual in Delgaudioland.  He makes defamatory claims about members of the community and when the community responds he claims that *he* is being assaulted.  This the first time that Supervisor Delgaudio molested member of the community in the 2012 BoS term and it will not be the last.  I’ve numbered the event “#0001”.  It will happen again and again and again if the BoS doesn’t take action.  Please contact and ask them to act.  Delgaudio may serve as supervisor or professional hater.  He can’t do both.

10 thoughts on “Eugene Delgaudio fails the Clarke test #0001

  1. Pariahdog

    Another right-wing media outlet is distancing itself from the ad. This is beginning to sound like a familiar story. Delgaudio pays us $10K to send an ad to our list. We say oops. He nets $20K. Everybody forgets, and we do it again.

    This outlet was Pruden & Politics and the incident was reported by Politico. The statement from Pruden & Politics’ owner sounds like the statement from the Weekly Standard.

    Statement by Packard Media Group LLC:

    The ad that was sent today did not go through the company’s normal vetting process for prospective ads. If it had, it would not have passed the company’s standards and would not have been sent.

  2. Epluribusunum

    Yeah, he’s worried – Rob’s post nailed the truth exactly. Look at the endless cycle of money invested in nothing but soliciting more money. That’s all the “family business” is about; Delgaudio couldn’t care less about anyone’s civil rights one way or the other. It’s not that he’s a bigot. That at least would be honest. He’s actually nothing but a mediocre con artist.

    Another commenter over there did point out something worth considering: Every dollar those poor people send to Delgaudio’s personal enterprise doesn’t end up going to an organization that actually might impact public policy, so that’s a good thing.

  3. Elder Berry

    Wow reference to the money got a rise out of the evil clown himself. Santorum and Perry are both disgusting bigots and so are you Eugene Delgaudio. What you all oppose are human beings’ civil rights. Perhaps you’d better understand if the government were to take the position that those who need to wear glasses are undeserving of the same rights that others have. No forget it, you understand quite well, you’re just a cynical opportunist catering to base fears and making a living off of hate.

  4. Hon. Eugene Delgaudio

    Yes, Public Advocate is in the news again. We are the 99 per cent. You are the one per cent. Public Advocate was first attacked in 1982 on the front page of the Washington Post Metro section for sending out, gasp, a letter critical of so-called homosexual rights legislation. 100s of times since then various liberal, leftist and pro-homosexual opinion writers have expressed shock that anyone would dare oppose them. Thankfully most of the time MOST in the newsmedia do report accurately on exactly what we do and say in our program of education on legislation, legal briefs before agencies and courts, and advocacy of policies at the executive level in the federal government and in the respective states and localities. That accuracy is absent here. As far as molesting anybody as printed above, that is false. If you want to take 30 years of public policy and claim its directed at you personally you would be wrong. Just as a President Rick Santorum or President Rick Perry would not out to get you personally. Please. Thank you.

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  6. Epluribusunum

    The numbering system suggests anticipation that this is just the beginning – no doubt there will be many entertaining examples of public officials and their appointees not having “a positive approach to the community” in the coming years. It was probably not the best idea Janet Clarke ever had to put that standard out there – especially when her own vindictive action toward a community member with whom she disagrees is a textbook example. That should really have the honor of being #0001.

    Yes, Eugene is a low-hanging fruit, so to speak. But certainly the fact that the Weekly Standard had to apologize for mistakenly treating him as a legitimate conservative voice is newsworthy. Loudoun’s status as a national joke is in no peril.

  7. Pariahdog Post author


    This is the first time that I’ve seen the advertising arm of a reputable conservative publication distance itself from a Public Advocate fundraising letter. This is indeed newsworthy. If the BoS truly believes that members and appointees should be positive towards the community then it is incumbent on them to take action. If citizens are to hold them accountable, we’ve got to let them know that this is not a matter of opinion. It is objective. Delgaudio’s job is negative towards the community. Please let the BoS know and ask Janet Clarke to take the lead. If she doesn’t, then she isn’t following the standard she set just days ago.

  8. Eric the 1/2 troll

    Oh come on. Eugene is too easy. I am sure you can find an example of Clarke herself violating her own litmus test.

    I was wondering when someone would pick up on this aaspect of the story.

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