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12/12/2008

Video: Give me a B! Give me an I! Give me an A! Give me an S!

by Jeremy Hooper

Some grown adults cheer for their local football team, while other grown adults cheer for things like a world in which gays are declared strangers in the eyes of the law.  Tomato, to-bias:

Fortunately for us, it's not the cheerleaders who progress our rights to the goal posts -- it's lawmakers, justices, chief executives, and a principled community of good and decent people who refuse to be silenced by tyranny.  Our playing field is set, and our playbook well-founded.  So we will be aggressive (be, be aggressive) until we reach our reasoned goals, and not even the most well-choreographed of sideline chanters will cause us to fumble.  Sorry, Stu. 

Go, Kentucky! [Citizenlink]

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Your thoughts

A bunch of white people having a great time cheering for discrimination, why am I not surprised?

Posted by: Tony in West Hollywood | Dec 12, 2008 1:33:40 PM

It's cute how the Stuart Shepherd thinks he's funny, almost witty. The only ones talking about the Fairness Doctrine are conservatives. Wild eyed liberal legislation? What an asshole.

Posted by: John Ozed | Dec 12, 2008 1:52:50 PM

The two male cheerleaders look a bit faggy if you ask me. Stuart doesn't seem so straight either. I see a downfall approaching.

Posted by: John Ozed | Dec 12, 2008 1:55:57 PM

I'm with John about the male cheerleaders. Especially the guy with the beard. He just WAY too into the cheer to be straight.

Posted by: Phil | Dec 12, 2008 2:43:58 PM

I note that Stewie doesn't post his vids on YouTube anymore. I wonder why? Maybe it's because I've called him on his bullshit on more than one occasion. And heaven forbid someone with a contrary opinion reply via video to them.

Posted by: Tony P | Dec 12, 2008 4:10:17 PM

Yep that was a bit gay. Especially the really bad use of echo effect on the cheerleaders to (very poorly) simulate an actual large team.

Posted by: TheGT | Dec 12, 2008 4:20:42 PM

Too bad that they didn't lay off that moron!

Posted by: Dick Mills | Dec 12, 2008 6:32:34 PM

Lord that was scary

Posted by: Theo | Dec 13, 2008 2:47:42 AM

I live in Colorado Springs, and have a family friend who works at Focus on the Family, word is they've cut about 400 jobs so far due to the economy.

Posted by: ANDREW | Dec 13, 2008 10:15:28 PM

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