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NFL Drafts Gay Player, Whoopty-Freakin’ Do!

Posted by V the K at 1:05 pm - May 11, 2014.
Filed under: Gay PC Silliness,Media Bias

So, gay athlete Michael Sam — the gay athlete who’s gay — was drafted by the Rams this week, which is totes awesome because he’s gay. Cue: Epic level squeeing from people who don’t much care about football normally.

Did I mention that Michael Sam is gay? Because he’s gay, you know.

Never has ESPN reacted with such teenage-girls-Beatles-Sullivan-Show like excitement to the 249th pick in the NFL Draft. The President even took a break from the hard work of developing a fiscally responsible budget plan and consulting with international leaders on matters of global importance his weekly golf game to call and congratulate the NFL’s 249th Draft Pick.

‘Cos don’t you get it? He’s gay! Gay! GAY! Gay! Gay! Gay!

What position does he play? Is he any good? Who cares? He’s GAY.

And that’s like, super-important, because no one cares about how he performs on the field, it just matters who he sleeps with at night.

Just another little reminder that in a Socialist society, the only purpose of sport is to serve the party and the agenda.

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20 Comments

  1. This guy’s face was prominent on Drudge yesterday and, I’m not lying here, I had no idea who he was nor could I be bothered to read any links to find out.

    Now that I find out he is gay, Gay, GAY!!! I will celebrate. Maybe… if I can get the cat to get out of my lap (she’s asleep and doesn’t care, either).

    Comment by KCRob (SoCalRobert) — May 11, 2014 @ 1:35 pm - May 11, 2014

  2. Whiny Gamma-male Chris Kluwe said that the NFL has gotten through O.J. Simpson, Aaron Hernandez, and Tim Tebow, so they should have no problem with Sam. One of these things is not like the others…

    The big difference between Tebow and Sam is that Tebow never concealed his homosexuality and won the Heisman Trophy who struggled to adapt to the game at the pro level. From the sounds of it, Sam was a mediocre to weak player who is using his sexuality to propel himself into the NFL.

    Anybody who doesn’t think that a gay man in a locker room is not going to change the dynamic of the team or make his team mates uncomfortable should have no problem with men in a women’s locker room. And to all you liberals out there who protest that idea: what’s the difference?

    Comment by Sean L — May 11, 2014 @ 1:48 pm - May 11, 2014

  3. All I can think of right now is Kurt Hummel’s prancing (am I allowed to say even ‘mincing’?) goal in Glee just before coming out to his redneck father (who’d known for years and not given a damn). Except this is sort of in the reverse order.

    OTOH if the Army wanted to assemble a special services unit composed of pairs of gay lovers, there’s historical precedent for that…

    Comment by perturbed — May 11, 2014 @ 1:51 pm - May 11, 2014

  4. Also, there’s an article at left-wing Salon saying it’s “Homophobic” to think the Michael Sam hype is overblown.

    dlvr.it/5dj9Sr

    Comment by V the K — May 11, 2014 @ 1:57 pm - May 11, 2014

  5. I still recall with some shock when, in central ohio, to promote the broadcast of Ohio State football, the announcer talked about the quarterback reaching between the legs of the center to touch the oblong orb of glory.

    They were either being intentionally homoerotic or were utterly blind to it.

    Comment by Craig Smith — May 11, 2014 @ 2:44 pm - May 11, 2014

  6. Such a chipper place this blog has become.

    Comment by Evan — May 11, 2014 @ 3:57 pm - May 11, 2014

  7. Obama wants to appear as benevolent, by applauding this non-issue.

    Comment by Marc Winger — May 11, 2014 @ 4:01 pm - May 11, 2014

  8. (still not subscribing to replies or comments! :-) )

    Comment by Marc Winger — May 11, 2014 @ 4:02 pm - May 11, 2014

  9. All I want to know is whether he’s a tight end or a wide receiver.

    Comment by Ignatius — May 11, 2014 @ 4:40 pm - May 11, 2014

  10. I think he started college as a tight end and became a wide-receiver later.

    Comment by V the K — May 11, 2014 @ 4:47 pm - May 11, 2014

  11. You guys are wrong he is a defensive end, that means he gets defensive when people point out he is a wide receiver.

    Comment by steve — May 11, 2014 @ 8:26 pm - May 11, 2014

  12. […] Gay Patriot is not impressed.  The new media commandment, thou shall not… […]

    Pingback by Michael Sam is friggin awesome 249th 2014 draft pick NFL Rule 5 Big Fat Gay Edition | Batshit Crazy News — May 12, 2014 @ 12:02 am - May 12, 2014

  13. “no one cares about his performance on the field, it just matters who he sleeps with at night”….on the contrary, it is his performance on the field that got him drafted, in spite of the fact that he’s gay. I realize the point of the commentary is that he’s getting attention that the 249th draft pick would never get otherwise, but the larger story is that a sport that has excluded gays (not officially of course but in spirit) is no longer doing so. Michael Sam is attaining special celebrity, true, but he didn’t get drafted because of special treatment or some minority quota. That’s what a socialist society would do. The celebrity is immaterial to his success as a player.

    Comment by Eddie — May 12, 2014 @ 12:18 am - May 12, 2014

  14. Michael Sam had a standout senior season and was the Defensive Player of the Year in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The SEC is generally acknowledged as the dominant big-time college football conference. So it’s not unreasonable for the guy to get some consideration by the NFL. I hear he’s gay, gay, GAY but he was a pretty good football player too.

    Comment by Brendon Carr — May 12, 2014 @ 1:09 am - May 12, 2014

  15. @ Brendon Carr: He may have had a good senior year (as opposed to some other controversial players of recent seasons, who had good college careers), but from the sounds of it, he had a crappy scouting combine and he is too small and too slow to play a goodly number of positions. So forgive some of us for wondering if there was not a bit of politics involved in his selection.

    Comment by Sean L — May 12, 2014 @ 6:15 am - May 12, 2014

  16. The truth will out. There are many players drafted who end up getting cut, and many late-round draftees and undrafted will become stars. As a Rams fan, I am reminded that nobody wanted Kurt Warner either. So I’m inclined to let Michael Sam kiss his little princess of a boyfriend and come to training camp. Personally, I think Sam will end up getting cuts because, as you say, he had a crappy showing at the combine.

    Comment by Brendon Carr — May 12, 2014 @ 7:08 am - May 12, 2014

  17. IMO Sam was drafted for his ability. He will likely be cut or relegated to the practice squad. But Sam is in a no-win situation. If he doesn’t “come out” and it is later discovered he is gay, he will be pilloried for being somehow dishonest. If he comes out after he is drafted he will be pilloried for not being honest. If he chooses to come out before the draft he is accused of using his gayness to help his draft status. What should he do? Stay in the closet, I guess. Some folks here are no better than the gay-hating jerks on Free Republic.

    Comment by Niall — May 12, 2014 @ 11:08 am - May 12, 2014

  18. In today’s socio-political climate, Sam’s choice to announce his sexuality prior to the draft was a smart financial move. The interviews, the speculation as to his career and his relationships with other players, the book deals — all this attention should prove to be very lucrative if he plays his cards that way. A professional homosexual doesn’t have to be particularly good at anything. That may not describe Sam (and I hope it doesn’t) but I wouldn’t be surprised if it does.

    It also wouldn’t surprise me should another player announce he’s gay for similar reasons, only to be found out that he’s on the UH (up high).

    Comment by Ignatius — May 12, 2014 @ 12:14 pm - May 12, 2014

  19. I dream of a world in which we celebrate someone’s accomplishments first, and their race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, etc. as a footnote. The rush to categorize should be so much less important than honoring each individual’s achievements. In this world, the headlines might have read “Michael Sams, famed for [insert college football achievement], joined the Rams in the 7th round draft,” rather than “Identity activists enraged that gay college football player, who incidentally is named Michael Sams and has [insert college football achievement], joined the Rams only in the 7th draft.”

    Comment by Bookworm — May 12, 2014 @ 12:58 pm - May 12, 2014

  20. And when is the Left finally going to censor the words of that racist homophobe, Martin Luther King Jr?

    Comment by Juan — May 12, 2014 @ 6:27 pm - May 12, 2014

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