|Anti-Gay Ranter vs. Anderson Cooper Part 1 Video|
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Date uploaded: 2010-10-29
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Description: Anderson Cooper interviews Clint McCance, who went on an anti-gay tirade on his Facebook page, indicating he likes it when gay people die of AIDS, that he would run his kids off if they were gay, and much more.Midweek Politics with David Pakman is a nationally syndicated talk radio and television program.24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDPhttp://www.midweekpolitics.comhttp://www.midweekpolitics.com/membershiphttp://www.facebook.com/midweekpoliticshttp://www.twitter.com/midweekpoliticshttp://feeds.feedburner.com/midweekpolitics Support TDPS by clicking (bookmark it too!) this link before shopping on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=thedavpaksho-20
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Anti-Gay Ranter vs. Anderson Cooper Part 1 Video
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Genetics define who I am attracted to.
They always back pedal. Always.....
Stop describing me perfectly.
Just another homophobe throwing a tantrum for attention, because he felt marginalised and insecure. Now that the light has been shone on him, he's likely deleted his comments and scuttled away into the dark.
Ironically, even if he's straight, he's probably watched two women getting off. So either way he's a colossal hypocrite.
It's funny that you attempt to point out irrelevancies in my comment when your own response to the top comment is both utterly facetious and utterly useless.
A relevant parallel. Not.
If you're taking a walk and a plane falls on you, your death was neither your choice nor something that someone consciously forced on you.
We have to have compassion for this man because someone put this hate poison into his head. It's awful to live with a hateful mind. It's a type of hell.
Somebody forced you into it? I'm sorry.
Scott Norman Rosenthal
Being so concerned about the private lives of others is one way to vent frustration over not being courageous enough to address the World's real problems.
I too don't believe a word he is saying. He knows he's in trouble and he's just trying to worm his way out of it. He is pond scum...the lowest of the low....a bigot and hater.
Now that he has apologized, he can RESIGN.
More likely he tried to get in a guy's pants and was turned down harshly, something like "ew, no faggot, get away from me!" and he was a homophobe ever since. That's what happened to Fred Phelps.
I don't believe a single word this man said in response to Anderson Cooper's interview.
NO...no respect...I also have a feeling that he was all liquored up when he was posting.Alcohol is a truth serum.
Too true and so unfortunate.
McCance is a wriggling worm speared with a toothpick the whole interview and his awkward hesitation after being asked if he wants gay people to die before responding that he doesn't is perhaps the most disturbing moment. "My words were unfortunate" - no, they were pure venom with fortune nothing to do with it.