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Tricia Macke, a reporter with Fox 19 Cincinnati, got on Facebook last month and correctly posted that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow “is an angry young man.” Predictably, Ms. Macke was attacked by gay advocacy groups and accused of discrimination and homophobia.

Ms. Macke was then suspended by her employer, and she had to publicly apologize to get her job back.

First off, are we sure Rachel Maddow isn’t a man? I’m fairly certain I see an Adam’s apple in that picture. I also went through about three dozen other pictures of her, and I’m 90% sure I saw a dick bulge in every single one of them. She may not technically be a dude, but she’s either a hermaphrodite or has such a bad case of penis envy, she wears a flaccid strap-on beneath her pants-suits.

I hate censorship, and I’m bothered whenever people get in trouble for saying mean things. Hell, just the other day my wife called me a sick, fat fuck, and I didn’t freak out. I didn’t file a complaint, and I didn’t call her employer and demand she be punished. I just kept trying on her underwear until she shook her head in disgust and left.

Nowadays, you’re supposed to pretend to care about every stupid complaint. If some pain-in-the-ass advocacy group whines about something, you’re supposed to trip over yourself to offer them an apology.

My advice is to break the cycle and openly mock their stupid concerns. Tell them flat out you don’t care what they have to say and finish it off with, “If you don’t like it, you can go fuck yourself.” That’s what I do, and I’m a professional asshole so you can trust me.

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