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Ken Hutcherson Takes On Gay Loving Microsoft

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Ken Hutcherson has officially lost his mind.

Controversial and virulently anti-gay Hutcherson – pictured above getting down with the Klan – wants to wage an unholy war against Microsoft. The former footballer and FBI suspect reportedly asked his Evangelical peers and Jewish colleagues to buy up Microsoft stock and force the technology giant to abandon its gay rights advocacy.

Apparently Hutcherson told Microsoft that he’ll be their “worst nightmare” if they don’t concede. He also said that he refuses to be intimidated by Microsoft’s size, wealth and power:

I consider myself a warrior for Christ. Microsoft don’t scare me. I got God with me. I told them that you need to work with me or we will put a firestorm on you like you have never seen in you life because I am your worst nightmare. I am a black man with a righteous cause with a whole host of powerful white people behind me.

Yeah, because black men can’t do a damn thing without their cracker colleagues, you fucking jackass.

Speaking of black men, Hutcherson attempted to use Michael Jackson to highlight the difference between blacks and gay rights movements:

How many homosexuals have you ever seen had to ride on the back of a bus? I haven’t seen one. I know that many blacks have in the past.

I’ve never seen an ex-black. Michael Jackson couldn’t even achieve that. But I’ve seen ex-gays. We minister to them every day.

Hutcherson, Hutcherson, Hutcherson – if you’re going to try to contrast gay rights and black rights, it’s probably best not to invoke Michael Jackson’s name. Just a tip.

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11 Comments

  • hells kitchen guy

    I love the way he talks “street” to give him that soupcon of realness. What a phony jackass.

  • maverick69

    damn fucking fool. Can’t wait till one of them KKK shoots him in the back of his head.

  • Dawster

    technically speaking I’VE never seen a black man forced to ride in the back of the bus……

    BUT, what Ken Hutcherson is doing is a common practice… you take something REAL and existing (like race issues that still plague America today) and you exploit it for your own personal gain.

    the same technique was used to get America to invade Iraq… by taking something REAL and existing (Saddam was an evil person) and exploiting it for one’s own person gain.

    and so we see how well that outcome was.

    all i have to say is “wow”. who knew that gays were powerful enough to unite black ministers and white KKK members. really, we are uniters!

  • John Santos

    “I’ve never seen an ex-black. Michael Jackson couldn’t even achieve that. But I’ve seen ex-gays. We minister to them every day.”

    Does this man not remember those blacks who used to “pass”? Does he not remember the brown paper bag test? Just because they passed as white, didn’t mean they weren’t black and just because they say they’re ex-gay, doesn’t mean they’re straight.

  • hells kitchen guy

    John Santos; Maybe we should send him a copy of “Imitation of LIfe” (the Lana Turner version, not the Claudette Colbert version – oh what hehell, boht versions)

  • John K.

    I don’t know…Michael Jackson looks pretty white to me. Maybe there are ex-gays…

  • John Santos

    hkg, I’ll have to be honest here and admit I’ve only seen the Lana Turner version and I’ve been desperate to see the Claudette Colbert version, but I’m too cheap to shell out for the DVD. I take it Ms. Colbert’s rendering wasn’t up to snuff?

  • Kym

    Is it just me?? Or did he just call Members of the KKK “Powerful White men?”…. umm WOWZA!!! Never thought I’d see the day those words would come out of a black mans mouth… and If god is on his side… then why is he shaking the hand of the Devil???

  • Ugot

    Thats not Ken Hutcherson.

  • Jeff

    I can’t help but notice how much bigotry is shown by gay people towards others. Many of the comments on this page are outrageous. If a gay person were hit with the kind of bigotry shown here, you would be all over the person doing it. But apparently at this site, it is accepted and encouraged to do the very thing you pretend to abhor. I guess you are saying that gays have special rights.

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