On her second day on the job incoming U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings demonstrated that the administration is not gay friendly. Apparently the PBS show Postcards from Buster has an upcoming episode where Buster goes to Vermont to learn about maple syrup. One of the syrup makers he meets is a lesbian couple. I’m not really sure how they would make it clear that it’s a couple rather than just two women, but it prompted outrage from our new Education Secretary.
Of course PBS being the brave liberal enclave it is is not going to distribute this episode to it’s affiliates.
Maybe it would be okay if PBS would just cut that middle segment where the two women strip down, pour maple syrup all over each other, stare wide-eyed and innocently into the camera, and tell Buster about how naughty they’ve been.
I mean, I’ve tried authentic Vermont maple syrup, and I found it to be thin and watery, as well as keroseney-tasting. Not the kind of thing I think Michaela would thank her old man for introducing her to.
I am shocked – shocked – to learn that PBS is portraying alternative lifestyles in such a positive light. This blatant glamourization of the maple syrup-making lifestyle is clearly a preamble to enticing innocent young children over to the “other side”. Yes, folks, PBS wants your children to become…
Just a second here, these are cartoon bunny rabbits? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? So how do we know that these are members of the Legion of the Damned, and not just a couple of sisters? Bert and Ernie are a “same sex” duo, and we aren’t given to understand anything about thier fuzzy little love lives. So from whence do we find out that these are pervo rabbits? I mean, not to split hairs or anything…