I would say this guy is a fruitcake, but that would be bearing false witness against fruitcakes. Here's something else he wrote lately on this site:
I had a couple of Examiner articles that dealt with the whole partisan political thing. I got hammered by people on both sides, including by members of the Church. The thing I was trying to stress is that Mormons don't have a political "home" on either side. On the right, we've got anti-Mormon Evangelicals that form the base of the Republican party who think we're liberal on abortion and that our religion is a dangerous cult. On the left, we've got an anti-religion movement, gays, radical feminists, Gaia-worshiping environmentalists, and various race-baiting coalitions, all of whom hate Mormons as much as the Evangelicals do.
I think this is a significant time in US and world history because intolerance of the kingdom of God is rampant throughout the political spectrum. The world is teetering on the edge of financial collapse, the United States government could easily go the way of the Weimar Republic and end up in total civil breakdown. Out of that collapse, Zion is going to arise to fill the gap, to provide a "safety and a refuge." The current political polarization is setting up the conditions for the world to oppose Zion when it is established. My "gut" tells me that this is very close. I think it's of paramount importance that members "unplug" from the political parties and simply stand up for truth, no matter who's telling it.