At this point, I'm just a near senile old man. All I've got is simple common sense.<quoted text>
No... It isn't an ad hominem. It is a legitimate point.
He is fascinated with all things gay. He has explicitly described gay male (not female) sex on multiple occasions. I would even go so far as to say that he seems to know more about gay male (not female) sex than many gay men. And he believes himself to be an expert on pedophilia.
We know he's not an attorney; so he doesn't have a great legal mind with regards to the law when it comes to pedophilia. And we know he's not a scientist or physician. We know he's not completed coursework or studied gay male behavior.
And yet he seems to know so much.
Why is that? How does an allegedly straight pastor know so much about these topics?
It would require a great deal of exploration or firsthand knowledge.
They don't teach these kinds of things when you get your bachelor's degree in religion, which is what he has.
How does he know so much?
I ask practical questions, like, "How do you protect a young boy from a gay pedophile?"
Your answer is, "There is no such thing as Sandusky."