Having a black friend really works for Rush Limbaugh so he takes Rev. Ken Hutcherson’s calls.
Hutcherson is not only a homophobe of record, but a
seasoned media, er… opportunist. (We hesitate to say “media whore,”
since Hutcherson gives it away promiscuously). He's skillful at working
himself into any chink he finds in the access armor of press, radio or
teevee to make sensational sound bites for the glory of Jesus Christ and Ken Hutcherson (not necessarily in
Dr. BlackMan (as he self-refers) is the big and tall preacher-in-chief of Redmond's Antioch Bible mega-Church; he’s a former Dallas Cowboy, and Seattle Seahawk; a breeder of Rottweilers and quarter horses.
He made his name fighting gay existence, and helped author the anti-equal rights Referendum 71 which is on the ballot next week and intends to revoke the gay civil rights bill the legislature passed this year.
Hutcherson is always to be found wherever a huge Christianist black man like
himself will draw lots of attention- that would be any place the right
gathers; or in the legislative halls trying to either bully Microsoft; or bring it down. You'll find him on the
battlefields of the War on Xmas;
or amidst a violent, Latvian kill-the-fags, hate group or in
Eastern Europe fraudulently trying to pawn himself off as the George Bush's "Special White House Envoy for Adoptions, Family Values, Religious Freedom, and Medical Relief."
Friday last, still on the media high gained for his public indignation over Limbaugh’s NFL debacle, Dr. BlackMan got a few minutes with Rush and shamelessly plug an op-ed he’s pitching to the Washington Post, and the American Spectator. This conversation ensued:
RUSH: He sent me the column that he wrote. He was asked by -- I won't mention the publication -- he was asked to submit it. When they got it, it was too hot, it was too hot, it was too hot. So he's shopping it to other places. Did you say the American Thinker just now? Did you send it to them?All this “I love you” stuff started after Rush and Hutch roomed together on a fishing trip on Vncouver Island back in the '90's. There's no evidence the relationship was consummated (Rush is careful to say it was a 2-bedroom cabin) but Hutch hung in with Big Pants through the drugs, and divorces.
HUTCH: Yes, I sent to American Thinker --
RUSH: You sent to the Washington Post -- all they'll have to do is read it Hutch and they'll be blown away. I don't think they'll ever, ever publish it, but if it's too hot for anybody, we'll put it on my website.
RUSH: Absolutely. We'll give them a chance to try it, brah. I just want you to know, I'm not dropping this.
RUSH: I appreciate it. I love you.
HUTCH: Love you, brah.
RUSH: Now, you gotta tease it better than this. I don't want you to define it, but you have a three-word phrase to describe what is happening here to the white male in America.
HUTCH: The "minority thought pattern," is running America today.
RUSH: The "minority thought pattern" is running America. That's the central theme of this.
RUSH: Not what happened to me in the NFL, that's just an example of the "minority thought pattern" in action.
RUSH: It's hot.
HUTCH: And wait 'til it gets out, brah, we gonna shake up America on this one.
RUSH: My computer display was smokin'.
HUTCH: (laughing) I love you. Take care, man.
Last month Hutch finagled himself into the eye of the NFL/Rush Limbaugh storm. He’s not only black, after all, but Rush’s “close friend” and once in the NFL.
It all started when Chicago radio talker, Warren Ballentine told Fox News Senior Black Guy, Juan “You’re Exactly Right, Bill” Williams: “You can go back to the porch, Juan. You can go back. It’s OK….”
Williams explained to race code-deaf dittoheads, that the “on the porch” remark was race code for “house Negro” or Uncle Tom-itude, a criticism Williams gets a lot. He’s been playing out his midlife crisis providing Fox News congenial cover for their race-baiting ratings strategy.
(FNC cut the black population in their white enclave by recently firing liberal analyst and Columbia University professor Marc Lamont Hill after right-wingers complained that he was too sympathetic to “cop killers and racists." Unlike the freeks Fox intentionally gets to represent the left, the always-polite Hill would stand up to Billo’s bluster, and has provided especially articulated arguments. Hill’s Fox career was doomed after winger scourge David Horowitz complained about his alleged sympathies to controversial figures including Assata Shakur, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and Van Jones).
Next day, Williams filled-in for Billo, bringing on fellow Negro Hutcherson to dutifully shake his large fist at the likes of Ballentine, “What [he] said to you, Juan, was one of the most racist statements as you could get.”He repeated what a close, close friend of his, is Rush. “He’s not a talk show host to me, not a very famous talk show host, but “a personal friend, a very close friend of mine, who’d been lied upon, and I don’t care what others think about him.” (Hutcherson unfortunately suffers from the Ebonic Plague).
(Ironically, also on the show was far-right Lesbian talk host Tammy Bruce who chimed-in and scolded in the way of far-right female talk hosts. Ironic because Hutcherson, whose ass she was kissing, would, if he could, publicly shame her, sentence her to prison and hell for her sexual proclivities).