Friday, November 18, 2011

In Brief

Staff Reports
Rush Limbaugh says accused paedophile Jerry Sandusky is “a gay guy”
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- According to conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, former Penn State University football coach and defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is "A Gay Guy" but the "Gay Lobby" Won't Let You Say That." Limbaugh also added "that the mere mention of this will probably end my career.”
Limbaugh's statements came during his show's broadcast Friday:
A caller asked Limbaugh today about the “elephant in the room” that he had mentioned. The caller said that “we’re always told that homosexuals are not paedophiles, but in this case, he sure was. And the same thing with Michael Jackson.” 
Limbaugh replied, “Nah, not paedophiles, but I do think it’s the elephant in the room that is never — it’s not called a homosexual problem or scandal or — see there — and the reason, there’s a very powerful political gay movement, and it’s oriented towards supporting the Democrat Party.”
Limbaugh also said he didn’t “want to be misunderstood.” He explained:
Sandusky does not represent all of homosexuality, just like the priests in the Catholic Church don’t represent all of homosexuality, just like the aberrant criminals in heterosexual society don’t represent all heterosexuals. But because the gay lobby is very powerful, people don’t go there. People don’t address it, they don’t talk about it, and as such, an element of the problem never gets dealt with.
Limbaugh asserted, apparently without any evidence whatsoever, that “Sandusky has to be — he’s a gay guy. Nobody’s mentioning that aspect, because it’s just too dangerous.” 
Medical researchers and other experts state that men who molest young boys aren't necessarily gay, and that there is no credible scientific link between sexual orientation and paedophilia. In most cases say the experts, paedophiles claim a heterosexual orientation.


Trab said...

Don't you just love unrestricted free speech, in which you can say whatever you like? Makes me wonder why there aren't more of those controversial type people being 'outed'.

Desmond Rutherford said...

Limbaugh also added "that the mere mention of this will probably end my career.”

Why? He's told lies that are just as bad, before this. Oh well, we can live in hope that finally one of his lies does end his career.

Warren C. E. Austin said...

He is correct about one thingie though (aside from being indeed that maybe Sandusky is actually Gay) which is the "Elephant" in the room being the "Gay Lobby".

Far too often the media shies away from pink-tinged controversies for fear of outraging the the so called "Gay Lobby" and as a consequent what ever the story may have been does not get adequately, or accurately covered because of the media's attempts to fall all over themselves in being politically correct and not wanting to offend anyone.

To be a tad more cliche ridden, it would be far better to call a spade a spade and let the cards fall wherever they may.

Warren C. E. Austin
The Gay Deceiver
Toronto, Canada

Trab said...

Ultimately the real problem is that people extrapolate too much, and therefore the efforts to prevent providing those people any material to do so becomes uppermost in many minds.

By all means, call a spade a spade, but if you say a spade is a deadly and lethal weapon used by farmers everywhere in the world to do heinous things, the extrapolationists will soon have farmers going spadeless.