Congratulations to Brendan Haywood, who this week officially joined a long and impressive list of high-profile athletes and celebrities to speak out against the rampant gayness that is ruining the very manly and heterosexual sport of pro basketball.
Reacting to this shocking video of Stephon Marbury doing his best Prince impression, Haywood put his god-fearing foot down.
"He's swinging from both sides of the fence." Indeed.
And while Haywood might have totally bungled the expression (dude, it's "playing for both teams" or "swinging both ways"- there's no "fence"), every good American understands his powerful response to this invasion of virtual manspace.
The liberal media put a different spin on events. Typical.
Since former player John Amaechi chose to be gay to sell his gay book a few years back, there's been a very real threat of the whole league suddenly turning gay for pay. Heroes Tim Hardaway and LeBron James both previously laid down hard line stances on shower etiquette and proper decorum. Now Haywood is the latest warrior to brave criticism and stand up for decency. And the public is behind him because this is America, where proud heterosexuals have the right to live free without anyone "bringing their gayness" into it (unless it's two or more hot chicks- then it's cool). Bravo, Brendan!
As Omar Little from The Wire once famously said, "The game's out there. It's play or get played. That simple."
*cues up We Are The Champions, dances triumphantly around apartment, chants 'USA!' out window.
Pictured: Marbury bringing the gayness