Michael Peroutka Glad He Didn't Have To See 'Sewer Filth' Like Michael Sam Kissing His Boyfriend
Submitted by Brian Tashman on Wednesday, 5/14/2014 4:20 pm
While Peter LaBarbera has complained that he was “forced” to watch rookie defensive end Michael Sam kiss his boyfriend, today conservative activist Michael Peroutka said he got rid of cable in order to avoid seeing “sewer filth” like this.
Michael Sam, to the best of my information, is a football player recently drafted by the Saint Louis Rams who, apparently, is publically in violation of Leviticus 18:22.
That verse declares homosexual conduct to be an abomination before God. In the very next verse, by the way, God labels bestiality as an abomination as well.
In any event, I cannot write about Michael Sam or some allegedly disgusting kiss, because I didn’t see it. And I didn’t see it because, as you may recall from my commentary two weeks ago, I no longer have cable television in my home.
You see, I have become convinced that, along with the government school system, the television is one of the major polluters of American minds.
I finally decided that to keep cable TV was the equivalent to diverting the sewer that runs in front of my home, through my living room, for the consumption of my family.
So, I got rid of it. No more TV. No more sewerage coming through my living room.
So, this kiss, which is just the latest sewer filth designed for my consumption by television programmers, just got by me.
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