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03/17/2014

Bill Donohue boycotts Guinness, Sam Adams; throws shade at Heineken

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out this snark that Catholic-who-is-obsessed-with-all-things-gay Bill Donohue builds into his call to boycott the liquor companies that are taking stands against discrimination:

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"I have had my last Guinness and Sam Adams. Heineken was always slop, so there is no sacrifice there. I urge Catholics, and all those who believe in tolerance, diversity, and the First Amendment, to join with me in boycotting these brews."

Bill Donohue

Ha. What a petty statement. He can't just be on the wrong side of fairness—he has to also take a childish jab at the "slop" that will no longer get the pleasure of meeting his frequently condemnatory lips.

What next, Mr. D? Attacking Guinness for being too thick headed? Condemning Sam Adams for sounding too much like a (poly) gay relationship? Working to rename Heineken, "Homo-Loving Piss Water"? I'll be waiting for your next press conference, bud. That's going to take place on a playground, yes?

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