By Michael J.W. Stickings
Bigot, moron, and overall piece of shit Steve Hickey was back in the news on Monday with another rant about anal sex -- and, more to the point, against homosexuality, which of course he doesn't like very much:
To say that Steve Hickey is repulsed by anal sex is to say that South Dakota winters are a bit cold.
Yes, this guy is a Republican legislator, not just some random theocrat. And these are the sorts of ignorant, hateful views that are perfectly at home in the odious GOP, even in 2014. (Seriously, voters of District 09, just west of Sioux Falls in Minnehaha County. What the fuck are you thinking?)
I'd say Hickey needs a good, hard assfucking, but that's way too good for him.
But the Sioux Falls, S.D.-based pastor and member of the state's
House of Representatives managed to outdo himself on Monday, when he
continued his crusade against "gay sex" during an online video chat with
the Argus Leader newspaper.
Hickey drew tons of attention last week when he wrote a letter
calling on the medical community to sound the alarm about the dangers of
anal sex. Later, Dr. Kevin Weiland, who has run for Congress as a
Democrat, responded with a letter of his own in the Argus Leader, calling Hickey's words "not only hurtful but entirely wrong."
During his video chat on Monday, Hickey argued that Weiland was missing what he's described as a "self-evident" concern.
"And here's what I'd like to ask Dr. Weiland. Do you
tell your patients to wash their hands before they eat? Why? Because you
touch a doorknob and you don't want to get it inside your body. I
hesitate to get crude again, but Dr. Weiland, is it OK for, you know,
eight of your friends that you're in love with to take a dump in your
bed and then you can sleep in it all year long?"
The observation prompted Argus Leader managing editor Patrick Lalley to admonish Hickey for being "crude."
Labels: bigotry, Craziest Republican of the Day, homosexuality, Republicans