Pro Wrestling Since 1997


The comments that got Jay Briscoe in trouble

Briscoe tweeted yesterday:

“The Delaware Senate passed a bill yesterday that allows same sex couples to get married. If that makes you happy, then congratulations!!!”

“..try and teach my kids that there’s nothing wrong with that and I’ll f**king shoot you.”

About 12 hours later, after realizing that was probably not the right thing to say, he wrote:

“I feel very strongly about who should teach kids about certain things but I showed poor judgment by using that analogy and I’m sorry.”

Post Category: News

Tags: ,

29 Responses

  1. Captain Ass says:

    @B-Rad – I never said ALL gays hit on all straight people. Don’t put words in my mouth. I have personally seen through friends of mine gay guys trying to get them to make the “change”. Not all try that, but some do.

    @Adam – I hit on women when they didn’t want to be hit on, years ago. How do you know unless you try, right? My point is, when you are hit on by a gay guy and make your intentions clear, then it’s time to back off and not be consistent. As I said above, I’ve seen the opposite happen to friends in person.

    As the Warrior once said, “queering doesn’t make the world work”.

  2. T says:

    Funny how the USA is still stuck in the past with this issue. People are gay, get over it.

  3. Captain Ass says:

    I want to make it clear also that when you’re hit on by ANYONE (gay, straight, male, female) and you say no thanks, that should be it….no means no…whether they are gay or not.

    Yes, people are gay, but it’s getting more socially accepted now, and if it’s not socially accepted, you’re automatically labeled a bigot. It’s the same for people that don’t like, support or vote for Obama….they are labeled racist. Same difference. The world is changing and not for the better.

  4. Gekko says:

    Please James if you could articulate some of the homosexual agenda curriculum that is being taught in schools that would be fantastic. Could it be the increase in teaching kids to be themselves and express themselves in the manner that is consistent with how they feel that troubles you.

    This is my particularly favorite part:
    Maybe if they were mature about it instead of flying off the handle and labeling everyone who doesn’t agree with their agenda a “bigot” or “intolerant” they’d have more success.

    Again what is your measure of success? What makes you feel you are the example that a group of people are striving for to reach as you say “equality”. Your use of quotes around these words is about as condescending as one can be. To use your quotes means you intrepret these words rather flippantly in this context. I also suppose the mature way to handle things is to scorn anything outside of what their own personal experience teaches them is normal.

    I am not homosexual, but nor am I conceited enough to think anyone wants to be my equal, I should certainly hope someone would want to take the foundation of relationships and improve upon it. Why don’t you go view how heterosexuals have handled relationships and families over the last 50 years for real trended data.

Leave a Reply



Would you like to see Eric Bischoff back in WWE?

Loading ... Loading ...

Do you listen to wrestling podcasts?

Loading ... Loading ...

Should Demolition be inducted into the GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame?

Loading ... Loading ...