Wednesday, April 9, 2008

How Canadian Conservatives Talk About Homosexual People

"There's A's and there's B's. The A's are guys like me, the B's are homosexual faggots with dirt on their fingernails that transmit diseases," given this statement it is no surprise that the story leads with these words:

Regina MP Tom Lukiwski is apologizing for offensive remarks he made about homosexuals on an amateur video shot in 1991 and is expected to keep his place in the federal Conservative caucus.

You can e-mail him your thoughts at his website.

The thing that amazes me is not the radical homophobia it represents but that it comes from a man who dresses up as a prisoner being held by women who dress like men "just for laughs." I wonder what else he is laughing about.

He has clearly been indoctrinated by movies like boys beware and the other classic that proves that Winnie the Pooh is a Satan worshiper.

But he and I both know how his boys up in Saskatchewan got that damn little Pooh on to "the faggots with dirty fingernails that transmit diseases."

At least our pooh bear-phobic and homophobic Parliament member was brave enough to release a statement apologizing to his constituents today after the scandal erupted all over his trousers:

Mr. Speaker, and all of my colleagues in this House, that I will spend the rest of my career and my life trying to make up for those shameless comments.”

And in Canada where anti-everything laws are much more rigorously enforced than America, I have no doubt he will spend the rest of his life paying for that statement.

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