The Ku Klux Klan has long been known for its ideals of being a caring and impartial group. The group that would set fire to crosses so non-believers could be reminded of Jesus' sacrifice even at night. A group who was just searching for what we all want, to live in a perfect world. But lately their image has changed and many no longer support the group after hearing of their ban of homosexuals.
"It just really broke my heart when I heard the news" says Jezebel Jenkins, an Atlanta Georgia resident "I would have never thought the Klan would do something so discriminatory."
The news broke though late last week when the Imperial Wizard heard one of his hooded minions speaking with a lisp. He immediately had him discharged from service, not violating the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy because he never asked in the form of a question. But concern has been raised by many liberal and gay organizations over the Ku Klux Klan's intentions.
But throughout all of this, one gay man is not at all bothered by the Klan's ban of homosexuals; "I would never want to be associated with such an organization. I mean come on, I wouldn't be caught dead wearing those tacky outfits."
In another blow to their reputation several witnesses have testified that they heard a KKK member use the 'N-word' on at least one occasion.