Alex Blaze

Tucker Carlson Is Against Gay History

Filed By Alex Blaze | April 20, 2011 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: homophobic behavior, MSNBC, Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson is against the California bill to teach gay history in schools because it's "propaganda." He's also shocked by the idea that anyone would want to exclude gay people from history books.


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Who is Tucker Carlson, and why should I give a flying f*ck what he thinks?

Who is Tucker Carlson? There was a time when all the LGBT blog-people knew who he was.

http://www.bilerico.com/2007/08/fire_tucker_carlson.php

Laurie Edwards | April 20, 2011 8:53 AM

Tucker Carlson is and has always been a weird right-winger; he knows what's right and what's wrong, but he almost always seems to choose the wrong. In this case, for example, he knows it's wrong to discriminate against gays--but he chooses to back a position that discriminates. Odd man, Carlson. Fortunately, nobody cares anymore what he thinks.

california panda | April 20, 2011 5:19 PM

All right-wingers need their own planet so the rest of us can live in peace.

Tucker Carlson is a very strange character with what I'd bet to be even stranger psychology. And why would anyone care what he "thinks"--if he actually does...

Dear me, do You suppose that the atmosphere around our armed services and DADT might have been different had everyone been aware of the "Sacred Band of Thebes)( Elite fighting force in ancient Greece composed exclusively of male couples)(not warriors??) or that the rag-tag bands of rebels that were pulled together, trained, and had a workable admin structure as an American Army all thanks to the work and genius of Fredriech Willhelm von Steuben, a gay man who did all of that wilst his lover assisted. Hmmm.