What’s the process of impeaching a state senator? Do you actually have to be from said state? We ask because Tennessee’s Stacey Campfield needs to sit down and shut the hell up for the good of everyone.
The author of the socially regressive and just plain stupid “Don’t Say Gay” bill — which would prohibit the discussion of homosexuality in schools till the eighth grade and in its reincarnated form, require teachers to out students to their parents — has once again openly insulted the gays.
In an interview with TMZ, the Senator and frontrunner for worst person ever said that homosexuality is dangerous before comparing it to shooting heroin.
“The homosexual community gets AIDS at a 50 times higher rate than the heterosexual community,” Campfield claimed. When asked about the problem of AIDS in Africa, the sentient anal fissure explained that sodomy is simply “more prevalent in Africa than it is in America.”
First of all, when someone makes TMZ look like a bastion of common sense and decency, there’s definitely something wrong. Second of all — *cough* Racist *cough*.
Campfield grew more irate during the course of the interview — he seemed to take serious umbrage with the gays shoving things down his throat — and when he was finally asked why schools shouldn’t teach gay kids how to protect themselves from HIV, the former Hee-Haw stand-in responded:
“You know, you could say the same thing about kids who are shooting heroin. We need to show them the best ways to shoot up. No, we don’t. Why do we have to hypersexualize little children? Why can’t we just let little kids be little kids for a while?”
Duh. Because they make the best gay heroin addicts. Get ’em while they’re young, Campfield. Get ’em while they’re young.
(h/t: The Raw Story)