Thursday, July 16, 2015

Easy there, Maurice

The gaystapo, keepin' it classy.  Texas governor was about to board a plane back to Austin from NYC, where he'd been courting business-world go-getters with his state's biz-friendly environment, when a charming gentleman approached him:

Matt Hirsch, the governor’s communications director told the Austin American-Statesman that the passenger walked up to the governor and said, “I hope you [expletive] go to hell because of your stance on gay marriage.”
The man also told the governor, “I’m going to see you on the plane.”
The man never made it because airport security told him he would not be taking the flight. The airlines got him a hotel room, where he stayed the night, Hirsch told the Statesman.

Sorry, bub. Normal people think your outrage at the governor's refusal to go along with the arbitrary and impulsive zeal for changing the definition of a very basic word is over the top, to say the least.

That's why you didn't get to board the plane.

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