Dobson's Gay Conversion Conference Losing Buttloads Of $$$
Supply and demand, people! Focus on the Family's series of "Love Won Out" conferences has persuaded so many sodomites of the joys of heterosexual love that there is just no market for these events anymore. So, they're turning over the conferences to a ministry in Orlando that can deal with the homosexual laggards who still haven't gotten on the Straight Train.
"The economic challenges led us to this strategic decision," Focus vice president Gary Schneeberger said Wednesday. "Love Won Out is not an inexpensive event to stage, and rarely, in over 50 cities where it's been held, have we ever made back our investment, despite good attendance."
Focus on the Family, which held its first Love Won Out conference in 1998, will lead its last on Nov. 7 in Birmingham, Ala. A $6 million shortfall in the $138 million budget also caused Focus president Jim Daly to send out a fundraising letter to 800,000 donors.
There's really only one last question to ask: will gay conversion therapy be covered under Obamacare?