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Watch: Alabama DJs Mock Obama's Gay Pride Proclamation

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Pam Spaulding points out this clip from Alabama talk show DJs Rick & Bubba in which they mock LGBT people and Gay Pride, using Obama's LGBT Pride Proclamation as a jumping-off point, explaining to their audience that there's not "fornicator pride" day or "adulterer" appreciation day.

"There is, absolutely, no way, impossible, to biblically justify this lifestyle."

Watch the disgusting rant, AFTER THE JUMP...

If you're interested, you can read Obama's full LGBT Pride proclamation HERE. And there is a 'Rick and Bubba Must Go' Facebook page.

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  1. Good job i neither need or want a biblical justification for my 'lifestyle', you know, what with the bible being a load of crap and all.
    I wonder though, since he is using this bible thing, does his 'lifestyle' have a biblical justification?

    Posted by: Rovex | Jun 18, 2010 7:29:35 AM


  2. No, there is no fornicator parade. In Alabama, though, all their parades are the same. They are dumb, homophobic redneck with their heads up there very big anuses parades.

    Posted by: candideinnc | Jun 18, 2010 7:33:05 AM


  3. One should not be approved by government to have sex unless one is licensed with a marriage certificate, preferably a holy one. This is the whole argument made by the pro-Prop 8 lawyer.

    Posted by: arthur | Jun 18, 2010 7:48:04 AM


  4. Just by way of comment, this guy is scrape it off your shoes ugly.

    Posted by: candideinncc | Jun 18, 2010 8:02:44 AM


  5. there's plenty of WHITE Trash parades in Alabama....I wouldn't even want to admit to ever living there...their name says it all "Rich & Bubba" ie: Gag & Wretch!

    Posted by: Disgusted American | Jun 18, 2010 8:04:11 AM


  6. It's free speech, however asinine and offensive. Obviously, they're playing to a fan base in Alabama. This is basically the same thing as sitting in New York/Calif./etc. and making fun of people from the South because "they're rednecks."
    We're big boys and girls and we can take it when an a-hole panders to an audience to smear us. We've fried bigger fish.
    However, it will be fun beating the hell out of their radio station and its corporate owners/sponsors over this. That's the real power of being gay.

    Posted by: Michael | Jun 18, 2010 8:08:32 AM


  7. These guys are obviously such good satirists they don't even realize themselves that's what they are. I mean Bubba? And you're from Alabama? And preaching against LGBTs using the bible?
    This show is like every offensive stereotype about Alabama I've ever heard or uttered myself.

    Posted by: Marc | Jun 18, 2010 8:14:22 AM


  8. I grew up a fundamentalist Christian. I outgrew the mass hysteria. If you still cling to the ancient outdated worldview of Christianity, he is completly 100% right. You can't pick and choose the feel-good parts of the Bible without giving equal credence to the parts that make you feel "icky".

    Posted by: Shaun | Jun 18, 2010 8:25:32 AM


  9. Rick and Bubba could be the products of good ol' southern inbreeding. Either that or they're running off at the mouth is a case of reverse diarrhea.

    Posted by: jason | Jun 18, 2010 8:28:51 AM


  10. Screw these guys ... hopefully they'll languish in that large fire they are always saying I'll end up in.

    Posted by: Rodney | Jun 18, 2010 8:29:14 AM


  11. OMG this just reminded me of one thing only, in Alabama you can still marry your first cousin legally. Thump that "Bubba" & Rick.

    Posted by: Skooter McGoo | Jun 18, 2010 8:31:04 AM


  12. I guess bubba and stupid skimmed over the story of Jonathan and David in his bible study….. That’s one hot gay justification!

    Posted by: Dave | Jun 18, 2010 8:40:30 AM


  13. @Shaun, you might want to re-think that point.

    Religions and people have been cherry-picking parts of the bible to focus on for their belief systems for centuries. Some focus on old testament while others focus on NT and totally ignore the old testament. Some pick and choose from both and add their own wackiness (silly mormons, for instance) and some focus only on Leviticus (evil Phelps and his ilk). Parts of the bible are total allegory (believe or don't believe, it doesn't matter to me) and parts are historical (proven by other texts in egypt and sumeria).

    Anyway, these guys are total ass-hats. Next!

    Posted by: johnny | Jun 18, 2010 8:41:14 AM


  14. RE: "There is, absolutely, no way, impossible, to biblically justify this lifestyle."
    He is correct that being gay can not be justified with a biblical perspective but you sure can justify slavery with a biblical perspective. To quote the famous southerner Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, "Slavery was established by decree of Almighty God...it is sanctioned in the Bible, in both Testaments, from Genesis to Revelation...it has existed in all ages, has been found among the people of the highest civilization, and in nations of the highest proficiency in the arts."

    So according to the false god of the Bible being gay is immoral but slavery is moral. The Bible’s morality also includes: genocide, torturing prisoners, raping female prisoners of war, forcing rape victims to marry their rapists, executing religious minorities, burning some hookers alive, etc.

    Posted by: 1♥ | Jun 18, 2010 8:43:35 AM


  15. Make sure that you contact their sponsors and let them know you don't appreciate them sponsoring hate.

    http://www.rickandbubba.com/sponsors.php

    Posted by: gaylib | Jun 18, 2010 8:46:23 AM


  16. I'm a native New Yorker and I demand that he take off the Yankees jersey and never disgrace us again.

    BTW - in Alabama every day is adulterer appreciation day.

    Posted by: JusticeontheRocks | Jun 18, 2010 8:58:58 AM


  17. Alabama? Do they support Roy Moore? The Ten Commandments monument? Let's assume they do, or did, as that story is over.

    I wonder what they did last Saturday. I strongly suspect it neither honored the Sabbath, nor kept it holy. So that's ten percent of the Commandments out the window before we even get to this being false witness and, perhaps, coveting a neighbor's ass (that last might be a stretch, but with the recent spate of outed homophobes, you never know).

    Fortunately for Rick and Bubba, there is no requirement in the United States to have a biblical justification for your lifestyle.

    Posted by: Jonathan | Jun 18, 2010 9:02:08 AM


  18. Does anyone really give a rat's ass what this inbred douchebag thinks? These guys wouldn't know the Bible if they were beat bloody with it. Who cares? It's like worrying about something my redneck retarded cousin's husband's brother says. Don't care, too stupid to listen to.

    Posted by: Bart | Jun 18, 2010 9:05:20 AM


  19. CONTACT THEM!

    rick@rickandbubba.com
    bubba@rickandbubba.com
    support@rickandbubba.com

    Posted by: KFLO | Jun 18, 2010 9:06:08 AM


  20. BTW, the stupid redneck is absolutely wrong about the National Day of Prayer (surprise!). Despite being declared unconstitutional, Obama issued a proclamation declaring the day of prayer anyway

    http://nationaldayofprayer.org/news/2010-presidential-proclamation/

    This jackass is EXACTLY the kind of person Obama is trying to appeal to when he talks about prayer (as in his BP address) or invites Rick Warren to his inauguration--among his many other bigoted and homophobic actions. And yet he has the nerve to call himself a "fierce advocate"?. So all of you apologists who call us whiners and petty because we expect more from a democratic president, keep in mind that you are not only defending Obama, but hate filled monsters like this man.

    Posted by: gaylib | Jun 18, 2010 9:06:10 AM


  21. I really dont' care. I would never step foot in Alabama if I could avoid it any way. Let's face it - these people haven't been happy since slavery ended. Maybe Mexico or Cuba will invade, and we can just part ways with them... A good bout of painful colon cancer would do these guys some good.

    Posted by: InNYC | Jun 18, 2010 9:10:38 AM


  22. @Jonathan: Well, I live in Alabama, and last Saturday I was at the Torah service in my synagogue. And in the gubernatorial primaries earlier this month, Roy Moore didn't come remotely close to getting the Republican nomination (he was a distant fourth out of four). I am by no means defending these "Rick and Bubba" idiots (although I've never heard them and wouldn't know where to go on the dial to find them if I wanted to), but you should at least try not to respond to hatred and bigotry by treating a different group as just another undifferentiated mass. It's just a shortcut way to feel smug and superior to others without knowing anything about them or doing any evaluation of your own shortcomings.

    Posted by: Emily | Jun 18, 2010 9:23:34 AM


  23. They look like they would smell awful. Like, not even be able to sit next to them kind of smell.

    Posted by: Duh | Jun 18, 2010 9:36:51 AM


  24. Alabama... the gayest part of America!:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSTukGu-Ut4

    Posted by: JohnInManhattan | Jun 18, 2010 9:36:51 AM


  25. do you think they eat shellfish ?

    (all you clever Towleoad folk know why I ask this question...)

    have a good weekend enjoying your unbiblical lives...

    Posted by: arch | Jun 18, 2010 9:47:35 AM


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