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Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Thursday, June 16, 2011

David Tyree hates gays

Ex football players should keep their pie holes shut about cultural affairs and politics...too many concussions make them stupid....

From FoxNews -- Ex-NY Giants receiver David Tyree -- who made the LEGENDARY helmet catch in Super Bowl XLII -- is coming out against gay marriage HARD ... claiming it's the first step on the road to "ANARCHY."

Tyree made the statements during an interview earlier today with the National Organization for Marriage -- a faith-based anti-gay marriage group.

During the interview, Tyree is asked about the push to legalize gay marriage in the United States -- and says if it happens, "This will be the beginning of our country sliding toward ... it's a strong word, but anarchy."

Tyree is missing the point entirely regarding societal anarchy. Rather than gay marriage, he should try looking first at the 70% illegitimacy rate among blacks, their disproportionate share of violent crime commission, gang/thug culture among black youths, the intentional destruction of the black family by liberals from dependency, and the celebration in black culture of drug use, violence, unemployment, and fatherlessness.

Why doesn't Tyree fix the problems in his own "neighborhood" before blaming others for those problems?


Bill said...

The leftists love to call anyone who disagrees with them "haters." They call talk radio "hate"; they call opposition to illegal immigration "hate"; they call voter ID requirements "hate"; etc. etc. They call concern about illegitmacy among blacks "hate." I can oppose "gay marriage" for a number of reasons, as can this guy, without hate.

Ed said...

Yeah, I don't have a problem with his opposition to gay marriage, but it's the "sending the nation into anarchy" overstatement that I find irritating. Lots of other thing right under his nose are more docially chaotic than gay marriage.

Bill Lockhart said...

Yes, my marriage has started a war in the nieghborhood that is threatening to cause complete chaos

Ed said...

If I know you well, and I'd like to think I do, that comment sounds sarcastic.

Bill Lockhart said...

What me sarcastic? Perish the thought. And we live in a primarily gay neighborhood