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