Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – If you’re going to have a public parade and there are going to be children cavorting about in a downtown area, you cannot very well have people running around in various stages of undress. If heterosexual people tried to do this, they would be arrested for public nudity or disturbing the peace or whatever the ordinance might be, or just be drummed out of polite society because they acted in poor taste. But say the word gay and all is supposed to be forgiven. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Begin Mike Church Show Transcript
Mike: Rod Dreher, posting at The American Conservative yesterday under the title of “Getting The Narrative Straight,” I’ll just read you what Dreher posted.
Fox Sports fired college football analyst Craig James last Monday after a video surfaced in which he said he opposed homosexual civil unions. James, a former pro running back for the New England Patriots, made the comments at a debate in Texas during his unsuccessful run in 2012 for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Ted Cruz. …
When asked for comment, a Fox Sports spokesperson told The Dallas Morning News, “We just asked ourselves how Craig’s statements would play in our human resources department. He couldn’t say those things here.”
He didn’t say those things there, but whatever. James’s viewpoint is widely shared in this country, and is basic Christian doctrine, though certainly there are liberal churches that don’t share it. But at Fox Sports, you are not allowed to hold these views, or if you do, you must never, ever share them publicly, or you will be fired.
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Cue the Law of Merited Impossibility: Nobody will get fired for opposing gay marriage, and when they do, they’ll damn well deserve it.
A reader sends another story out of Dallas today. It seems that Gay Pride Parade organizers have, responsibly enough, asked participants to put on clothes this year. More:
Michael Doughman, executive director of the Dallas Tavern Guild, which organizes the event, says that organizers and police will patrol the staging area to make sure all parade participants are properly clothed. If they aren’t, they could be removed from the parade, or their group may be blacklisted from next year’s celebration.
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