Monday, October 02, 2006

Lose Ben Stein's Mind

I've always liked comedian Ben Stein because of his monotone delievery. He was always the scense stealer in the Wonder Years, the sitcom from the late 80s-early 90s.

I think that's gonna change after this tirade:

We have a Republican man in Congress who sent e-mails to teenage boys asking them what they were wearing, and an entire party, the Democrats, whose primary constituency, besides the teachers' unions, is homosexual men and lesbian women. I hope it won't come as a surprise to anyone that a big part of male homosexual behavior is interest in young boys. (Take a look at anyone renting Endless Summer next time you are at the video store.)

Don't get me wrong. My very best friend is gay. I have many gay friends and they are great people. But how the Democrats, the party of gays, can be coming down this hard on a MC who's gay is simply beyond belief. One of my top, favorite congressmen, Barney Frank, is openly gay. Might he say a word in defense of his fellow gay MC right about now? Hmm, I thought not.

Yeah, there's nothing better than after finishing a sermon, kicking back with my partner and watching some kiddie porn and chatting with fifteen year old boys online.

Please. A man who says he lives in Beverly Hills and Malibu should know a thing or two about real gay men than peddaling these lies.


The Truffle said...

Ben Stein is a major ass, a stooge, a Nixon toadie turned Bush apologist, and an utter buttwipe.

He should go fuck himself.

And I say that as a straight chick.

Sorry to be profane on a blog run by a minister, but I needed to get that off my chest.

Katie said...

Gack. I just love the way so many people seem to go on a rant about gays and then follow it up with a "best friend is gay" comment. I don't see how you can wholesale condemn a group, and then add exceptions.

Ben Stein *is* funny. It's hard to believe he actually said this.

revsharkie said...

"some of my best friends are..." ranks right up there with "I love her to death, but..." It's a statement that betrays what the person *really* thinks.