Alan Colmes has his knickers in twist over this statement by Alan Keyes,  Liberaland:

If the allegations against Sandusky are true, there’s an aspect of the situation that doesn’t make sense. Why would higher-ups be willing to risk their reputations and life-long careers to cover for the wrongdoing of one of their subordinates? Despite the almost religious promotion of homosexuality now in evidence at all too many of America’s institutions of so-called “higher learning,” it’s hard to believe that they would thus willingly sacrifice themselves to the gods of “political correctness,” especially given the fact that the zealous advocates of homosexual rights are still pretending to draw the line at the sexual abuse of children.

Reax. Lisa Graas:

Keyes is right. The “line” they draw is based on nothing but personal opinion and, as such, is subject to change. “Because I say so” and “because most people believe it” is an imaginary “line”.

What was considered immoral fifty years ago is no longer considered immoral because more people have rejected the notion that anything can be “immoral”.

Unlike Keyss and Graas, I do not claim to know what homosexuals think.    Did PSU, Pervert State University,  have a line beyond which predatory behavior was no longer tolerated?   I suspect that even PSU hsd some  standards.    Does anybody believe that had Jerry Sandusky been preying on female children that his predatory behavior would have been tolerated?   I suspect not.   Do we exempt homosexual predators like Sandusky from nomally accepted standards of behavior?

If Sandusky’s predatory behavior was tolerated because his victims were male,  then Alan Keyes is right.

Alternate theory, I suspect that Sandusky’s victims were black.   Was the victims’ race a reason their rapes were tolerated?

Do not know the specific reason why Sandusky’s sexual predatory behavior was tolerated.   It clearly was.   So why?



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One Response to “Predatory Hell At PSU”

  1. The first of all, let’s some time by stipulating that anything in Alan Keyes says is going to be a target for slime balls like Colmes.  That said, I am quite certain that the brass at Penn state was ignoring the reports .  As Limbaugh has been pointing out for several days now, the sexual proclivities of Sandusky were fairly well known in and around State College.  The point that Keyes seems to me to be making here is that we have been so conditioned by the press and the left … and by government… to be nonjudgmental about such things that it should no longer be a surprise when incidents like this occur.  It seems to me that as a government and as a people we have sat back and watched one moral bulwark after another fall to mislabeled “equal rights” laws.  Why on earth should anyone be surprised when that momentum over a period of decades results in a case like this were clearly the moral solution was not followed?   So what is it really that Colmes is annoyed with, really?