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  1. PAUL B. says

    At about the 55 second mark, I threw up lunch.
    What the “f” are we listening to this garbage mouth for? He’s nobody, thinks he’s got the answers because his boogy man talks to him and as a black man has no excuse for dumb-ass bigotry.
    I didn’t listen past 55 seconds…I can’t afford the extra 120 seconds…and I don’t want to blow my Ben & Jerry’s in chunks for this fool.

  2. says

    These idiots drive me crazy! They don’t know the difference between a sex act and a person!

    Ignorance as a great a sin as any other.

    Homosexuality is a sex act.

    Homosexual is a person.

    Not the same thing stupid people.

  3. antb says

    How convenient that Brown can pick and choose the sins he’s against. Clearly he has nothing at all against the sin of Pride. I guess that makes him a Cafeteria Bigot.

  4. Michael says

    Sure let’s not pick and choose scripture because the Bible clearly indicates slavery is OK and specifically states, in the story of Hamm, blacks are inferior to whites.

  5. disgusted american says

    ..and of course that bastard NEVER had to FIGHT for HIS RIGHTS..he LIVES OFF the Backs of those who fought and Died for his RIGHTS..he’s a brainwashed scumbag – who no doubt thinks he’s some big ladies man

  6. Sean in Dallas says

    He crosses over from garden-variety religious zealot to mentally ill when he states it would be a great honor to be fired for his convictions.

    When your crazy thoughts start to f*ck with your relationships or your job, you have a medical problem.

    While we’re at it, isn’t it time to get that prostate checked? Now bend over and let’s set all those ‘homosexual rape’ fears free.

  7. Sean in Dallas says

    He crosses over from garden-variety religious zealot to mentally ill when he states it would be a great honor to be fired for his convictions.

    When your crazy thoughts start to f*ck with your relationships or your job, you have a medical problem.

    While we’re at it, isn’t it time to get that prostate checked? Now bend over and let’s set all those ‘homosexual rape’ fears free.

  8. Francis says

    Is it wrong that my first reaction was laughter? I mean, what is this? How crazy can someone be while simultaneously being so sanctimonious? Not the video, mind you, that was completely unwatchable, but these quotes, are insane.

    Anyway, he’s basically asking to be fired. He’s crossed so many professional lines. If he feels as if being fired would be an honor, Nebraska should honor him by terminating his contract with the football team. I’m sure he won’t be missed.

  9. Mikaela says

    I just don’t believe in a God that on judgement day would say, “You know what “Bill” you have been a good servant to me, treated others kindly, loved your neighbor, lived a faith-filled life BUT you happen to like boys so to hell with you.” Really??? Jesus hung out with tax collectors, prostitutes, the poor,etc. I am pretty sure Jesus would have hung out with men who happen to want to date other men.

  10. jack says

    We have to be suspicious of grown men like Ron Brown who are homophobic and choose to spend their lives surrounded by jocks in jocks in locker rooms. They are not all closet cases, but many many of them are. Especially the ones who seem to fixate on homosexuality.

  11. busytimmy says

    Nebraska alumni who are outraged over this man’s behavior need to pressure the administration to remove him. How can he possibly be an effective coach to non Christian students? How can he not be creating a hostile environment for those who do no share his extreme beliefs. Time to call the president of the school.

  12. says

    I’m sending out positive enegy that the universe will delive him the honor he seeks. If you want to be great in god’s kingdom it would seem you need to spread a lot of hate and suffering on god’s behalf.

  13. Hollywood, CA says

    You’re also not supposed to get a divorce, which is in the Bible, but it’s funny how people cherry pick what they want to be vocal about. As a Black person, he should be totally ashamed of himself. FA!

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  15. Bob R says

    I hope they honor him soon. Real soon. Hey, Ronbo, no matter how hard you want to be a martyr you’ll never be able to drive that third nail in yourself. Fool.

  16. Tim says

    God discriminates in that he sends some people to eternal life and some to eternal death if they do not repent of their sins. Homosexuality is a choice and is a sinful one. Mr. Brown should be commended for taking a stand for his beliefs. Isn’t that what the universities teach? The universities teach open mindedness and acceptance and expect everyone to be open minded to what they teach yet are not open minded when it comes to someone like Mr Brown.

  17. says

    @Tim: Why should secular universities be open-minded about religious superstition? Religious universities aren’t open-minded about secularism.
    @Towleroad: Thanks yet another link and the quote. AKSARBENT posted about this article, but what we thought interesting was head coach Bo Pellini’s (got a FABULOUS pic of him, hehe) interesting claim that no NU player has ever complained about Brown’s locker-room proselytizing. I’ll bet. Now would be a great time for some gay ex-NU football players to come out and spill the beans about Brown’s religious arm-twisting behind the scenes. Or some gay-friendly straight ex-NU players, for that matter.

  18. Brim says

    It’s really rather sad. He hangs himself with his own words: “you will be held to great accountability for the decision you make”.

    It’s ironic that he lets a book make his decisions for him, as if the fact that he did what the Bible “told him” to do absolves him of all guilt. The enslavement of his race was justified at the time through the Bible. What a stupid, pitiful man.

  19. says

    Forty years ago he would never have been allowed to be a football coach. But thanks to anti-discrimination, he is allowed to fulfill his dreams. And what does he do with this opportunity, promote hatred towards LGBT people. Really classy.

  20. Bill Perdue says

    He’s a pig bigot and if he wants to get fired we should fight for that.

    And find out who on the team he’s been screwing, or vice versa.

  21. StevyD says

    I see it as no more odd for a fundamentalist religious leader who is of color to believe in discrimination against the LGBTQI community than for a fundamentalist religious leader who is not a person of color. Both being humans of overly exacting expectations, always demanded of others while generally ignored personally, are more than likely to be just as crazy, mean hearted and stupid as the other.

  22. FunMe says

    Stupid and ignorant … he sure doesn’t help the image of football coaches.

    Simpletons like him do not deserve ANY stage or microphone to spill his HATE which is not Christian at all!

  23. FunMe says

    Stupid and ignorant … he sure doesn’t help the image of football coaches.

    Simpletons like him do not deserve ANY stage or microphone to spill his HATE which is not Christian at all!

  24. And NowThis says

    The man is fully entitled to his opinions and beliefs. It is up to the listener(s) to decide if what he says is worthy or should be ignored.

  25. Jordon says

    Funny how when a Christian states his beliefs, those who disagree want to cry foul by calling for discrimination, hatred, etc. Yet it’s ok to discriminate against someone who believes in God. Science classes are filled with scientists and professors that say that only fools can believe in creationism, and say that evolution is the only truth. I could have sworn evolution was still a theory…

  26. dancob says

    People who believe the Bible today are simply not very intelligent. The fact is that the Bible’s stance on gay sex and on re-marriage after divorce all has to do with disease. Back then, disease killed most babies and people’s life’s were far from assured. While Jesus never spoke about homosexuality, he did condemn divorce –and remarriage after divorce. But the biblical laws against gay sex and divorce are rooted in problems that to a large degree are now understood. In the last 200 years we’ve found out what causes disease and how to avoid it. We also have found remarkable ways to combat it. It’s incongruous that 21st century humans would still be peddling the pre-scientic theocratic view of the world that just doesn’t apply any more.

    Take heart you first adopters who have banished the Bible to the rubble heap of history. Humanity will follow you soon enough… although the religious organizations will kick and scream while science is escorting them to the forgotten heap of history. Humanity is in a massive transitional phase where “bad humours” and “evil spirits” are no longer accepted reasons for illness in human beings. While some people (religious people most notably) still would like people to believe it, the fact is that most people are coming around to understanding germ theory and the danger of pathogens.

  27. Jim says

    And the Bible was used to justify slavery! Is he willing to support that archaic view as well and return to the cotton fields? Probably not! Nor would any thinking person.

  28. Mk_Ultra_Again says

    Appeals to emotion, appeals to belief, appeals to fear, false dichotomy, playing the victim, etc…
    He doesn’t make any arguments at all but instead employs the tried and true persuasion methods for the non-thinking of logical fallacy and emotional traps.
    I think it’s really shameful when someone is such a coward, they can’t even admit they’re a hater. To shelter their bigotry, they take religion and use it like toilet paper.
    Someone should point out to Brown his hypocrisy and tell him that if he truly believed in God, he would know that what he is doing is selfish and very wrong.

  29. Martyr says

    “Christians throughout the world, he pointed out, have been murdered because of their faith.”

    Because there’s never been a hate crime against a gay person that ended in their death. Nope. Never. This dude needs to be fired. Now.

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