You may or may not know who these two are or what they have in common, though I doubt they have ever met.
Sam is currently a former football player at the University of Missouri that was voted the SEC Defensive Player of the Year and is expected to be drafted by an NFL team.
Hansen is a long time television sportscaster for Dallas WFAA. I doubt he ever played football, but poses as a tough guy/know-it-all motor mouth. At least he did the last time I watched him twenty years ago.
Sam recently announced to the world that he was homosexual. As a result, many pathetic attention seekers sang his praises and proclaimed him as “Courageous,” such as Michelle Soetero-Obama, Ellen Degenerate and the aforementioned Hansen.
Why this young man chose to tell everyone what his deviant sexual practices are remain unclear. Rush Limbaugh had a very interesting discussion about the Hansen/Sam issue on Thursday. This link to his show has all the info and a great discussion:
CALLER: My point was, though, if the football players are not supposed to feel anything about this or be uncomfortable in the showers — you know, in the locker room, in the showers — in that case, why don’t the cheerleaders and the football players shower together? I mean, if nobody’s supposed to feel uncomfortable.
RUSH: Hmm. Let me see if I understand this. Let’s take this beyond cheerleaders, because cheerleaders are not gonna be in the locker room of football teams. But you’re still trying to make a point here.
RUSH: You’re saying if men and women shower together, men may be unable to help getting excited — and maybe the women, too. Who knows?
CALLER: Exactly. Or feel shy and uncomfortable.
RUSH: Either one. Either one. Okay. So what you’re asking, I think, is, if you put a man who gets excited by other men, rather than women, in a shower full of other men, you’re thinking that somebody in there might feel uncomfortable?
RUSH: Okay. So then what?
CALLER: Well, I don’t know.
RUSH: Cause the uncomfortable are supposed to get over it.
Hansen has always tried(with minimal success) to draw attention to himself and finally found a cause that would do just that, parlaying a rant I am only vaguely familiar with praising Sam and telling us we should “celebrate” Sam for letting us know he has Gender Identity Disorder.
The militant homosexual agenda marches on.
Not courageous, destructive
Rather than praise either of them I encourage them both to seek professional counseling.
The last time I ever watched a Dale Hansen show was when Barry Switzer was the Dallas Cowboys head coach. I have no idea why I actually tuned into the show when I did, I was probably channel surfing and saw Barry “The King” Switzer was on. During the interview Hansen made no attempt to hide the contempt he had for Coach Switzer and the tone of the interview became increasingly hostile due to Hansen’s attitude. At one point Switzer, becoming increasingly agitated due to Hansen’s nastiness, half-heartedly punched Hansen on his arm. Hansen screamed and wailed like a girly-man. One would have gotten the impression he was a side of beef and Switzer was Rocky.
Neither Sam or Hansen have earned or deserve any praise for their behavior in this matter. Sam would have served his interest better by not telling us what most of us do not want or need to know. Hansen, well I don’t know what would serve his interest best and wouldn’t tell him even if I knew.
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