The punishment according to the bible for two men sleeping together is the same as it is for putting two different breeds of cattle in the same field.
Equally the same goes for having a tattoo or committing adultery so before you quote the bible it may be a good idea to bloody well read it. If you have the King James version then God help you as Jimmy Boy was himself Gay.
CORY BERNARDI'S repugnant views on gay marriage might have seen him demoted by the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, but a group of ''young conservatives'' aligned with the Liberal Party appear to have no such concerns.
The South Australian senator, dumped as a parliamentary secretary for comparing same-sex marriage with bestiality, is being feted as a guest of honour at a ''young conservative'' dinner tomorrow.
The dinner is being held just weeks after the controversial Sydney University Liberal Club event at which broadcaster Alan Jones made offensive comments about the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.
The speaker list, which reads like a who's who of the Liberal hard right, includes the NSW Attorney-General, Greg Smith, the senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells and the federal member for Indi, Sophie Mirabella.
But news of the $150-a-head event has angered Liberal members and officials as its proceeds will not benefit the party.
It is also understood that one of its organisers is Christian Ellis, a former Family First candidate who has been banned from joining the Liberals for a decade.
The dinner is due to be held at the Westella Renaissance function centre in Lidcombe. The invitation promises ''unlimited drinks'' and specifies that it is not a fund-raiser and is not associated with any political party.
The declaration has caused some party members to complain to NSW Liberal head office asking why the Attorney-General and two shadow ministers are supporting an event that may divert funds from the party before the federal election.
Senator Fierravanti-Wells is the opposition spokeswoman for ageing and mental health, while Ms Mirabella is the opposition spokeswoman for industry, innovation and science.
Questions are also being asked about the cost of the event and where the money raised might end up.
One of those distributing the invitation is Renate Britton, an electorate officer to the member for Castle Hill, Dominic Perrottet, who is also a member of the hard right.
Mr Ellis has been rejected as a Liberal Party member and banned from joining the party for 10 years after running as a Family First candidate against the former federal attorney-general and Berowra MP Philip Ruddock at the 2010 election.
Mr Ruddock was last year forced to defend a push from the hard right faction of the Liberals to unseat him in Berowra, raising the alarm about an unusually high number of applications to join the local branches.
A number of those joining were reportedly linked to Mr Smith.
Mr Smith said he would attend the dinner because ''I want to mix with other conservatives''. Senator Fierravanti-Wells did not respond to a request for comment.
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