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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. Nor is there is fat, redneck, asshole day. That just seems to be the acceptable norm.

    Posted by: jakeinlove | Jun 18, 2010 2:55:10 PM


  2. You mean that WASN'T the GOP attempted Comedy Hour?

    Posted by: Rucka | Jun 18, 2010 2:56:08 PM


  3. This is the mindset of HATEROSEXUALS. Pure hatred in that room. Haterosexuals want you to believe that hateorsexuality is the only way to live or the ideal. Ignore them. Haterosexuals are not your authority.

    Posted by: Bill | Jun 18, 2010 3:07:22 PM


  4. Potty Mouth from a couple of inbred southern hicks, are we really surprised?

    Posted by: Sean | Jun 18, 2010 6:29:03 PM


  5. hmm ignorant comment....well aint this the part of America that treated black people like nothing??soooo shocked!!

    Posted by: sal | Jun 18, 2010 11:33:36 PM


  6. Look at their photos on their site, I'll say it first: gayface. Explains a lot.

    Posted by: S | Jun 19, 2010 1:35:27 AM


  7. I'm from Alabama and I just want to say we're not all inbred rednecks down here and I really don't appreciate all of us being thrown into that category. Yes, Rick and Bubba are a-holes but don't judge us all by them or you are just as bad as they are!

    Posted by: Royce | Jun 19, 2010 1:56:09 AM


  8. Correction: Trollface. Reminds me of J. Edgar Hoover. They are selfhaters, and all-around haters.

    Posted by: S | Jun 19, 2010 1:56:25 AM


  9. Who gives a damn what a couple of radio announcers think.

    Posted by: Tone | Jun 19, 2010 2:49:34 AM


  10. I'm glad the're getting national attention for their stupidity. I've had to deal with their ignorance as an unfortunate Alabama resident for many years. It's time to kick Rick and Bubba off the air.

    Posted by: HexiJosh | Jun 20, 2010 10:28:05 AM


  11. Everyone is entitled to have freedom of religion and it so happens that the New and Old Testament is not agreement with adultery, fornication, selfishness, murder, hatred any more than it is with homosexual behavior.

    If a person does not agree with the Bible, they should have freedom not to follow it, but they should also give freedom to those who do. Hatred against Fundamental Christians should also be considered a "hate crime." Not all fundamental Christians are red necks many come in every color and ethnic background.

    There is a world agenda agreed by the UN attendees in the past to promote homosexuality. The true motive is to encourage this behavior is to assist in reducing the human populations. This is why there is so much promotion of the homosexual lifestyles by most of the news media. Usually most of the publicity is in their favor and the "bad guys" are the Christians and other fundamental religions who believe in the Old Testament doctrines.

    Posted by: Karmen Nava | Jun 26, 2010 12:44:40 AM


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