Billy Crystal mildly repudiates evil faggots, the left goes nuts

Editor's Note: this post, originally scheduled to publish on January 20th 2015, got caught up in draft status. As a result, here is the post a mere five years late (with the YoungCons link replaced with the Wayback archived version...as yet another conservative blog has been vanished).

On Monday, Billy Crystal said what a lot more people are thinking that the chattering classes are prepared to admit.
“Sometimes, it’s just pushing it a little too far for my taste and I’m not going to reveal to you which ones they are,” Crystal said while promoting his new show, The Comedians, which premieres April 9. “I hope people don’t abuse it and shove it in our face … to the point where it feels like an every day kind of thing.”
That's all he said. It wasn't even particularly strong. He just said that sodomites are in-your-face and pushing their agenda down the viewer's throats.

He didn't even say he was against it. That puts his repudiation of fudge packing on less of a rhetorical footing than the New York Times' support for free speech. And while the NY Times got in no serious trouble from its well-connected supporters, even when it doubled down, Billy Crystal was immediately pilloried by the usual excitable collection of faggots.

Fortunately, the comments section on the National Post comment section features lots of examples of right-thinking people who are still willing to speak out against uranists,

YoungCons provides a lot of quality commentary on this issue as well.
With homosexuals only making up three percent of the population, why is Hollywood aggressively shoving these explicit scenes between two members of the same sex in front of our eyes?

To normalize the behavior, to desensitize people to it to such an extent that they no longer think it’s strange or goes against the natural order of things.