Saturday, October 14, 2006

But I Don't Care

If you want to read something that will show you how low things have sunk in San Francisco then keep reading.

It seems, according to SFGATE that Pete Wilson, the anchor of ABC's local evening news and host of a radio show, is under attack from the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities for expressing his opinion on his own show.

He dared to criticize the gay Supervisor of District 8, Bevan Dufty. Dufty along with his lesbian roommate, Rebecca Goldfadder, a nurse at the Menlo Clinic, decided to coparent a baby.Although they obviously have no committed relationship to each other they opted to experiment on an innocent life anyway. Of course, SFist twists the meaning of committment to put a positive spin on this travesty (you see, they're committed to a relationship where they see other people, but will rely on each other to raise the baby???). It even makes light of it by comparing it to a sitcom. Those who would find such experimentation amusing are more degenerate than those engaging in it.

As Wilson said on his broadcast, "At some point there is a limit to how far we stretch the self-indulgent search for the alternative that we have been involved in the last 30 or 40 years in this country."

Wilson summed it up best during the same show by saying, "I know it's going to get me in trouble in terms of political correctness, but I don't care"

Nor should the rest of us, Pete, it's time we were more vocal and outspoken about the disgusting, it's all about me, in your face behavior of the Bevan's and Rebecca's of our world. They have no right to expect us to all smile approvingly and condone that which we find reprehensible and immoral. Stop demanding apologies and get over it.

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