Colbert: Homosexuals Need Warning Labels

June 16, 2007 at 9:34 am 1 comment

Stephen Colbert brilliantly lays out why anti-gay Surgeon General nominee James Holsinger should be confirmed.

“I say we get this guy appointed and let him do for homosexuality what previous surgeon generals have done for smoking,” Colbert concluded. “For years, we have tolerated smoking, just like we currently tolerate homosexuality, but the surgeon general alerted us to the dangers of smoking with warning labels. With Holsinger at the helm, we can use the same approach for homosexuality. Every gay man and woman should come with a label.”   

Holsinger, you may remember, started a church that includes an ex-gay ministry and wrote the “scholarly” article Pathophysiology of Male Homosexuality in which he explains that homosexuality is unnatural and a threat to public health. Holsinger seems more obsessed with homosex than any card-carrying homosexual I know. Leave it to George Bush to nominate someone with his head so firmly planted up his ass or at least gay men’s asses.

Check out the full clip of Colbert at PageOneQ


Entry filed under: Advocacy, Conservatives, George Bush, Humor, LGBT, Media, Politics, Pop Culture, Republicans, Television, Video.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. nytexan  |  June 16, 2007 at 7:47 pm


    Although with the Nazi we have in office they just might do it but with a yellow star.


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