They've been on a roll the last couple days.
Shira Schmidt, not content to merely juxtapose homosexuality with bestiality, goes one further:
With deep psychological insight the Midrash points out that God did not regret his Creation even when, in the era of Noah, homosexuality and bestiality took place. He did not bring the Flood upon the world because homosexual couples conducted parades. Rather, the last straw was when they drew up contracts conferring the veneer of normality on aberrant behavior.
The Midrash rabba observes: "The generation of the Flood was not blotted out from the world until they wrote marriage deeds for males and males, and males and beasts, thus fully legalizing such practices."
That's right. With "deep psychological insight," the Midrash "observes" that God destroyed the world because of gay marriage (and, of course, man-beast marriage, which I'm sure was all the rage back then.)
Next, Yitzchok Adlerstein argues that Ted Haggard was less of a sinner than an openly gay person:
As long as we are uncomfortable with our sin even while committing it, we are better off than those who welcome it into their homes as a welcome guest.
Finally, Yaakov Menken implies that God Himself caused the parade to be canceled:
This is the third time that the parade has been canceled due to other demands on police resources, the latter two having been entirely unforeseeable. Mere coincidence? You decide.
Wow. If I were still an Orthodox Jew, I'd tell them to pipe down for fear of scaring off the others.