Radio Host Thinks Homosexual Doctors Turn Kids Gay

kid with stethoscopeSuper-evolved radio host Linda Harvey of Mission America used her show yesterday as a means to let mothers across the country know that they shouldn't -- ever -- let a gay doctor or nurse tend to their sick child. Because he or she will only turn them gay. She advised parents to "communicate" to hospitals that they don't want "open homosexuals" caring for their kids. Here are her exact words: "[Let’s] say your 11-year-old has broken her leg rather badly and needs to be in the hospital a few days, which would you prefer: a nurse who’s proud of her lesbianism, who has rainbow identifiers on her work clothing, or a nurse who does not?"

She then proceeded to go into why you should prefer the nurse "who does not." Welcome to the 21st century!


In the broadcast, Harvey suggested that if you want to ensure that you raise a perfectly hetero, perfectly normal child, you should "write a letter that you file with your pediatrician that should your child ever be hospitalized, you do not want your child to be treated or cared for" by a gay. But the woman's not a monster. Harvey thinks it's okay to let homosexual doctors and nurses treat children "in emergency situations."

So, there you have it, folks. If the guy or gal cleaning up little Bobby or Sally's skinned knee is gay, well, you're going to have a much bigger problem than that knee. And you know what that means? You better do some serious recon before enrolling your kids into school. And don't even think about taking them to that trendy salon to get their hair cut. Those places are crawling with gays.

Joking aside, my hope for this broadcast is that Linda is the latest in the slew of people who are just looking for some good old-fashioned PR any way they can get it (Westboro Baptist Church, anyone?). Yeah, their views genuinely are skewed, screwed, and downright asinine, but ... nobody can be that dumb ... right?

What do you think about Linda Harvey's comments?


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