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Watch: Greg Gutfeld and Glenn Beck Discuss Names for the Ground Zero Mosque Gay Bar

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Last night, homophobes Greg Gutfeld and Glenn Beck discussed Gutfeld's plans to "promote tolerance" by putting a gay bar next to the Ground Zero mosque.

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  1. Glenn Beck has some really serious mental issues and more and more they are peaking through. This other self-diddler, Gutfeld, well, he's so excited by his fifteen minutes of fame, he came like three times in his pants just watching this.

    These guys are the steamroom circle jerk team captains.

    Posted by: Bart | Aug 11, 2010 8:49:24 AM


  2. Bart: "These guys are the steamroom circle jerk team captains."

    Eew ew ew! You've nearly ruined steamrooms for me there!

    These bozos are priceless - although I give them credit for combining their fear/hate of both muslims and homosexuals in a single meme!

    Posted by: Dan | Aug 11, 2010 9:02:14 AM


  3. Wait, I thought he was doing this because he supported us?

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 9:02:42 AM


  4. Despite the mind that originated the Gay-Bar-next-to-the-Mosque idea... I still find it very interesting!

    =)

    Posted by: George F | Aug 11, 2010 9:03:10 AM


  5. Fascism with a shock-jock face. I don't get why these clowns are hating on the Cordoba House--here this center opens trying to promote mainstream, moderate Islam and they immediately jump on it and lump it with the extreme fringes of the religion.

    That said, "Suspicious Packages" is pretty funny.

    Posted by: alex dilucca | Aug 11, 2010 9:11:08 AM


  6. So stupid and unrespectful on so many levels towards so many minorities.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Aug 11, 2010 9:14:43 AM


  7. He's just looking for an excuse so he can go to a gay bar, it's quite obvious.

    Posted by: Dan | Aug 11, 2010 9:40:05 AM


  8. Actually, Gutfeld and all of the Red Eye guys are pro-gay, pro gay marriage, &c. (I doubt that's true of Beck, but you tarred with a broad brush up there.) Why is he labeled a homophobe? Because he doesn't agree with you about every damned thing? Because he has principled objections to liberal governance theory generally?

    If he is a hater because he doesn't revere all of your sacred cows, then you too are a hater, because you spew constant vitriol at many things that those who disagree with you consider good and valuable. If you think the world works in such a way that you, personally, get to determine what things are good to hate, and what bad, and that everyone must follow your lead ... well, then, you're not just a hater, and a hypocrite, and a child -- but also a hack.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 9:45:31 AM


  9. BTW, when will you report on the blatant hypocrisy and genuine homophobia demonstrated by the Cordoba House leaders' response to Gutfeld's plans, eh? Rather than feeding your readers slanted, biased, empty-adjective-laced pablum?

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 9:48:36 AM


  10. Towle A Hack --- what self respecting human would spend time defending people who take a paycheck from Fox News.

    They know who they are in bed with and they know they endlessly work to make straight people afraid of gay people.

    There is NO defense for working for Fox News in ANY capacity.

    Posted by: tonyx | Aug 11, 2010 9:54:27 AM


  11. Really, Greg Gutfeld is pro gay marriage?

    Fox overnight host Greg Gutfeld — in his "Greg-alogue" segment — says Ellen should keep her wedding to herself, and that speaking about it is equivalent to talking about your "bowel movements."

    Who's a hack now, dickhead?

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 9:55:01 AM


  12. Towle A Hack --- why do you not share the Cordoba House response ???

    Posted by: tonyx | Aug 11, 2010 9:55:05 AM


  13. @Hack: Do you mean Cordoba House's response that Gutfeld can build anything he'd like? Or do you mean the part where they're protesting in the streets and filing lawsuits about his proposed gay bar?

    It must have been the first because the second DIDN'T FUCKING HAPPEN!

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 10:01:12 AM


  14. ASDF --

    Heh. Thanks for demonstrating exactly the sort of hackery that I'm talking about. Here is the full response:

    @greggutfeld You're free to open whatever you like. If you won't consider the sensibilities of Muslims, you're not going to build dialog.

    Note the second sentence that you ignored. The Cordoba House leaders make clear that having gays or a gay bar near them "won't consider the sensibilities of Muslims." Now surely, and definitely by Towle's oft-expressed standards, that's straight-up homophobia. Moreover, where is the Cordoba House leaders' obligation to show sensitivity to the sensibilities of the vast majority of Americans who would much prefer that the Cordoba House be put *anywhere else*? Why must sensitivity be shown to Muslim sensibilities, while Muslims need show no sensitivity to the sensibilities of others?

    So, as I suggested, we have, right in that second sentence you -- like a hack -- ignored, we have both the homophobia and the hypocrisy. But thanks for ignoring it, and demonstrating my point for me.

    Meanwhile, Gutfeld has said many times that he's pro-gay-marriage. His two co-hosts are repeatedly and vocally so.

    As to the guy above who thinks anyone who works at Fox News is beyond redemption or defense: why? Because they report what you consider to be slanted and biased news? Then Towle's beyond defense as well. Or is it because many there disagree with you? If so, is the rule you're enunciating that *I* cannot defend people who *you* disagree with? Well, if that's true, then by your own lights, *you* cannot defend people who *I* disagree with. That doesn't sound like a very workable system.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 10:42:44 AM


  15. He was talking about the fact that Muslims don't go to bars to drink, not that it's a gay bar, you fucking retarded lunatic.

    And likewise, you ignore the numerous other tweets where he continued to iterate that they had no problem with the location of the proposed bar. Unlike, say, you unthininking teabagging dicks who continue to file legal challenges to an Islamic community center.

    And while I've been able to provide an exact quote demonstrating Gutfeld's homophobia and aversion to gay marriage, you've yet to offer any proof to your repeated lies that Gutfeld is pro-gay. So STFU!

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 11:01:04 AM


  16. ASDF --

    First, on what grounds do you suggest that the response was related to the drinking aspect of the bar, rather than to the gay aspect? Even if your interpretation were true, the tweet still demonstrates the Cordoba House leaders' hypocrisy and their own insensitivity -- but, moreover, there's no reason to accept your interpretation.

    Second, you're showing your hackery again, my friend. First of all, putting the words "bowel movement" in scare quotes is hardly providing an exact quote that makes someone's position clear. And, in fact, you did not exactly state Gutfeld's position, but wholly mis-interpreted it. He was comparing *all* "public exhortations of love" generally -- not *gay* exhortations of love specifically -- to bowel movements. The actual sentence: "For me, public exhortations of love are no different than telling everyone how great your bowel movements are since switching to All-Bran -- no one gives a [bleep] except you." See: *no* demonstration that he's anti-gay-marriage, no homophobia. He did use Degeneres and De Rossi as an example, but if one believes that gay love and straight love are equal and indistinguishable, then one must concur that using them as interchangeable examples to make a generalized point about all love is wholly acceptable.

    Thanks, get again, for making my point for me.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 11:20:15 AM


  17. Oh, and just to make this perfectly, inarguably clear: Gutfeld said *in the very same segment you "quoted" above,* that (and I quote): "As you know, seeing Ellen happy makes me happy, for everyone should be happy with the one they love, be they straight, gay, transgendered, bicurious, master, slave, S&M, or even Belgian -- especially Belgian, those miserable bastards deserve it."

    Just keep making my point, ASDF. Thanks.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 11:28:23 AM


  18. You really have a hard-on for this guy, doncha? Maybe if you show up to a Fox sponsored tea party with the biggest gun there, he'll let you blow him. Good luck with that.

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 11:34:46 AM


  19. Good comeback, ASDF. You've demolished me. Stay classy.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 11:40:35 AM


  20. No, you're just an unthinking dick who's going to believe what you want to believe, despite all evidence to the contrary, simply because you find the guy attractive. And arguing with retards is and always will be a fruitless endeavor. Stay stupid.

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 11:47:46 AM


  21. I'm pretty sure I'll let the record, and the production of evidence, above, speak for itself.

    Posted by: Towle a hack | Aug 11, 2010 11:53:55 AM


  22. I'm disgusted as a gay Muslim.

    Posted by: Alhamr | Aug 11, 2010 12:01:02 PM


  23. You produced no evidence. You meekly provided a poor, misguided interpretation of a quote that is clearly anti-gay. Gutfeld's comparison of Ellen Degeneres's marriage to talking about a bowel movement is little more than a comic way of saying gays shouldn't flaunt their sexuality. And your argument that he's saying so for ALL marriages is bogus considering he's never used the same quote on his show for any straight marriage, much less his own.

    You said "Gutfeld has said MANY times that he's pro-gay-marriage" ... yet you brought no other quotes to the table.

    And you chose to ignore the most pivotal point of my argument... which is that the leaders behind the Islamic community center aren't protesting or making any attempt to block his proposed gay bar, which is exactly the opposite of what you teabagging douches are doing.

    You lose. But I suspect you're used to that.

    Posted by: asdf | Aug 11, 2010 12:08:45 PM


  24. "Arguing on the internet is like the Special Olympics, even if you win you're still retarded," comes to mind at the moment...

    Posted by: AladinSane | Aug 11, 2010 12:16:43 PM


  25. Dearest Andy,
    The phrase "Ground Zero Mosque" you used in the title to this report was coined by sensationalist reporters who were too lazy to mention that The Islamic Cultural Center is two and a half blocks away from the site of the former Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Aside from a swimming pool, the Center will have a gym, restaurants, numerous auditoriums, daycare and other truly "community" facilities, as well as a mosque. Anyone who has ever tried to rent or buy property in New York City knows that traversing two and a half blocks there can seem to be visiting worlds apart.
    The Islamic Cultural Center, at a mere 13 stories, will be dwarfed by its surrounding buildings & certainly so with regard to the Freedom Tower, which is actually at "Ground Zero."
    And, just in case you were wondering, I was one of the first people to go to the top of those marvelous Twin Towers shortly after they were built in 1973. I also made it a point during my college years to take my friends from Europe to visit the observation deck at the South Tower. One of my brothers was married at St Paul's Chapel years before the debris & dust of the cowardly act of terrorist war covered the chapel in dust & fragments of office paperwork. The memory of that devastated site still brings tears to my eyes as I'm typing these words. My tears would really flow, however, if we allowed a few thousand maniacs who are worldwide terrorists to achieve what no foreign army has ever won: the defeat of the US Constitution's Bill of Rights.

    Posted by: Tom | Aug 11, 2010 12:20:09 PM


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