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10/02/2006

Bueller. Bueller. Bueller. Oh, he must be getting schtupped by an adult homosexual.

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-25In a column for the American Spectator, writer/ actor/ lawyer/ game show gambler/ conservative Ben Stein says (presumably in a monotone voice) of the whole Mark Foley scandal:

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.)

And he's right. This gay adult male does have an undying interest in young boys: TO ENSURE THAT THEY DON'T GROW UP IN THE SAME ENVIRONMENT OF NON-ACCEPTANCE THAT HE DID! Or that the ones in foster care and up for adoption are as able to be adopted by my partner and myself as they are by our heterosexual pals. And that those who realize they are gay at an early age don't let the stigmatizing words of folks like Ben Stein lead them to adopt self-hate, the likes of which hinders their happiness in any way.

Not to mention, Mr. Stein: We'll see your youth-desiring-implying Endless Summer and raise you a:

Resize

Youth is attractive to some folks of every orientation.

Then in his column, adding insult to injury, Stein goes on to use that popular "I just said something gay-unfriendly so I need to absolve myself" line:

"Don't get me wrong. My very best friend is gay. I have many gay friends and they are great people."

And if that's true, Mr. Stein, hope they are just as upset with you as we are over this. That is, of course, if they're not busy at the playground looking for their afternoon activity.

Hypocrisy, Democrat Style [American Spectator]
Hat Tip: Reason Online

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