Conservatives have denied they ever called for a boycott against Google over its Legalize Love gay rights campaign.

Buster Wilson, general manager of the American Family Association's (AFA) radio network, told listeners on Wednesday that a Google boycott “is going to be a hard one for a lot of us,” and would “test the meat of our convictions.”

Google's Legalize Love “is a campaign to promote safer conditions for gay and lesbian people inside and outside the office in countries with anti-gay laws on the books,” a spokesperson for the Internet search giant told The Washington Post.

On Thursday, Wilson denied he was calling for a boycott, saying that the “homosexual lobby” had “lied” about his words.

“I was speaking on my show about how horrible it is that companies like Google, like Home Depot and others, use their powerful influence in our communities to push the gay agenda upon the rest of us. Like, pushing for homosexual marriage. Demanding special designations and rights for them simply because of their preferred sexual lifestyles,” Wilson wrote in a blog post.

“I stated that It would BE TOUGH FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME TO CHOOSE TO NOT BE SUPPORTIVE OF SOMEONE LIKE GOOGLE, BECAUSE I AM SO INTERTWINED WITH GOOGLE PRODUCTS (Android phones, search engines, calendars, to do lists, youtube, google shop and on and on and on…..).”

“I DID NOT ONCE USE THE TERM NOR DID I STATE, CATEGORICALLY OR OTHERWISE, THAT AFA WAS CALLING FOR A BOYCOTT OF GOOGLE. N-E-V-E-R! I referenced the fact that we WERE boycotting other efforts to push the gay agenda. But I never called for a boycott of Google. They are simply peddling a lie to say that I did.”

Wilson also described Google's products as “awesome,” “quite productive” and “enjoyable.”

Commenting on the flap, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell made a quick reference to the 2005 gay cowboy film Brokeback Mountain.

“Ohhh boy, Buster's got it bad. I mean you know right now he's just starring at Google and thinking, 'I wish I knew how to quit you,'” O'Donnell said.