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02/06/2012

Audio: So what's the reason you play *political* football, Pastor Hutcherson?

by Jeremy Hooper

I really can't understand the strategic thinking that underlies Ken Hutcherson's claim that "the only reason [he] played football was so [he] could hurt white people." I've heard him make similar comments in the past, and they always make me confused, at best.

But today in Washington, Ken again made this proud pronouncement, coupled with a ridiculous Michael Jackson joke, a generalized denial that gay rights fit within our ongoing civil rights scope, and a vicious indictment of equality activists for supposedly exploiting their children. Listen in:

The marriage bill advanced. Perhaps Ken Hutcherson might too, someday.

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