Saturday, October 29, 2005

Hear Ye, Hear Ye

Well, the "premiere" airing of "Massresistance the Radio Show" was this morning and what a premiere it was (We were listening to it in our homosexual car with our homosexual friends living our homosexual lifestyle.) Brian Camenker and Amy (no last name given) of Article 8 spoke, or should I say droned, on and on. One of the continuing themes throughout the show was Brian Camenker saying "on and on". He would say something like "Oh the homosexuals are taking over the schools and that's not all, it goes on and on" with no further facts given. By the way he spoke, gays and lesbians should make up more than 50% of the population. We're recruiting more youth than the military!

The other half the ensemble, "Amy of Article 8" barely spoke at all except to recite the telephone number of a legislator or explain what the acronym GLSEN means.

As Camenker ranted I kept waiting for Paul Harvey to interrupt and say "And now for the rest of the story" since Brian left out so many interesting facts. For example, he delightfully raves about how he and a woman were thrown out of his child's school for viewing a "homosexual assembly". He neglects to say how he and the woman were videotaping the speakers and the children and causing a disruption. And that's not all, it goes on and on.

It replays again tomorrow at 7:00pm on WTTT. You know that station, it's the one that plays Bill Bennett. He's the guy who said:

If you wanted to reduce crime, you could -- if that were your sole purpose --you could abort every black baby in this country and your crime rate would go down.
Wow, great radio station with a wonderful lineup, I wonder when the KKKlan gets their own show?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

For you to continue that complete misrepresentation about Bill Bennett is simply outrageous.

If you had listened to his show, you would know that a caller called up and they started talking about a new book called "Freakonomics." One of the things said in that book was that abortion benefits the economy (they say abortion reduces poverty). And what Bill Bennett said after that was that if you took that standpoint, it could also lead you to believe that, for example, aborting black babies would reduce crime, to which he said "of course, that would be morally reprehensible" afterwards.

The overall conversation with that caller was about "Freakonomics," yet unfortunately there were some people out there who tuned out the context for which that remark was made in; if they hadn't, they would've realized that Bill Bennett was agreeing with them. Aborting black babies is morally reprehensible (As is any abortion, anytime. But then again, I'm a bigot, so why does my opinion matter?).

I think that this "Boston Bud" has taken on a mindset of only hearing what he wants to hear, which also ties in with what's going on today on the Boston Common: homosexuals don't want to hear that some of "them" have changed, so they call them names and shout them down.

Personally, I feel an apology is in order to Bill Bennett for all the lies (i.e. lack of context) told about him.

Anonymous said...

I agree about Bill Bennet but not about homosexuals. No one has to be ex-gay and repress his true self. It's not a natural state of affairs. It's like a straight man doing a man. Unnatural is what I would call it.

Anonymous said...

These filthy homosexuals need to face up to the fact that they can change! Why can't they just live as self-loathing closeted homosexuals like in the good old days? Why, the ex-gay leadership of "Love won out" shows you CAN live this way AND make a fine living at it! Heck, even if you get caught flirting in a gay bar, the fundamentalists will forgive and forget because it's so hard to find homos who will abandon all their self respect! Homos are so damn obstinate!

And why criticize Bill Bennett. He's just speaking the TRUTH! He knows that his buddies in power abandoned those black babies long ago. No hope for them! Heck, if us white people can't have segregation anymore, at least we can attempt to keep as many of THEM caged as possible!

Anonymous said...

"High Roller" Bill Bennett deserves no apology. Just look at the way his mind works (for that matter, look at the way YOUR mind works if you accept his "reprehensible" premise). He thought crime, then he thought BLACK. He could have said, "If you wanted to reduce crime, you could -- if that were your sole purpose --you could abort every MALE baby in this country and your crime rate would go down." Go WAY down, as a matter of fact. But no, he thought crime, then he thought BLACK. I wouldn't want to call Bill Bennett a racist and a moralistic hypocrite, but I wouldn't be surprised to see those terms applied.

Mass Marrier said...

I listened in on Sunday for the regurgitation, thinking I might blog it. They pulled the same tired wheezes out of the woodpile. The news we don't hear from anyone else, as they promised, was just was just replays of the same distortions and outright lies from the two hate sites. Bummer. No drama, just droning. One-trick ponies, both of them...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous post #4, this is anonymous post #2. Of course he could have said that you could abort every MALE baby. But some people would probably slam that comment as being sexist, like they say this comment is racist. Males are more criminal than females, correct. And blacks are more criminal than whites are. Why can we say the first thing but not the second thing?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous poster #3: that is a really stupid thing to say. The people most responsible for what has happend to our black community is the "pro-sexual liberation" people who want no moral restraints on anything sexual. They gave men the idea that you can have all this free sex without responsibility. That is the root cause of all the fatherless households in the black community, which has a direct correlation to kids who grow up to have a higher tendency towards things like depression, violence, and drug abuse. If you really cared about blacks, you would be a conservative, who would rather teach people to be responsible and own up to your actions than pass out condoms or try to eliminate the consequences by abortion like liberals and pro-homosexuals do.

Mjant45 / Mike said...

No doubt Bill Bennet's VERY big gambling monkey has NO relationship to his ability to spew about the morality of others. As my dear Irish grandmother would say, it all depends on who's a** the boil's on!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for setting me straight, last anonymous poster, I had thought that poverty was the chief source of stability problems in the lives of too many black families. But in fact they just under the spell of the evil Democrats!

Suggesting that a black baby is more likely to become a criminal than a white baby isn't racist? At best it's admitting that the black baby is going to have much less opportunity in America, and it doesn't look like that's going to change before s/he'd grow up.

Anonymous said...

That may or may not be the underlying reason, but whatever the reason is, it is a fact that a black baby has a much bigger chance to grow up to be a criminal, than a white baby. We shouldn't attack those who state the facts, we should attack those who abuse these facts to hold racist opinions.

Anonymous said...

Who said anything about someone being racist? Gee the conservatives jump to conclusions. This post just lists what Bill "High Roller" Bennett says. It makes no judgement.