Suddenly, an NBA Player’s Sex Life is the Only Thing That Matters in America?


When will someone announce that they are straight? It’s all about special rights, not equal rights.
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Folks, I grew up in a family where people’s sexual orientation, preferences, whatever, weren’t even discussed. Why can’t everybody just put your sexual preferences on Facebook and call it a day? What do we need to stop everything and have a national day of celebration, or mourning (depending on your point of view), or recognition or whatever about this? This tolerance, it only goes one way. So Person X of some national stature announces his sexual orientation as gay, and applause!

It’s a great day for America. We’re really taking giant leaps ahead. If anybody says, “You know, I’m not big on that,” it’s, “You bigot! You racist! You extremist. You homophobe.” There is no tolerance at all here. Not only do these people have to publicly announce it, but everybody else has to applaud and accept it. It was my point the other day about how it’s only us conservatives who are “divisive.” You know, I’m one of the most loving, unifying, want-everybody-to-do-well, like-everybody, hope-everybody-has-a-great-life kind of guy you’ll ever run into.

But because I’m not a liberal, I’m called “divisive.” You notice how liberals are never “divisive”? You know why that is? Because to them liberalism is just status quo, natural. Anything that’s not liberal is divisive. So liberals believe this country has been racist, sexist, bigoted, homophobic and now we’re making great advances, and if there are people who say, “Eh, fine. If you want to say you’re gay, fine, but does it have to be rammed down everybody’s throat all the time, everyday?”



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