MS: Yes, I think so. I mean, I don’t…I’ve no delusion…I’m a big, nasty right wing hatemonger, and I take that for granted, so I understand I’m not a sympathetic witness. I think of Oscar Levant’s comment on why the autobiography, the biographical movie about George Gershwin had failed, and Oscar Levant said well, I played an unsympathetic part myself. And I’ll be playing an unsympathetic part myself, but I think the thing is here that their arguments are so weak. They complained, you remember that novel we talked about on this show a couple of years ago, Robert Ferrigno’s Prayers For The Assassin.
HH: Yes, I’m going to have him on soon with his sequel, another fine book.
MS: Yeah, exactly. But they complained about me mentioning plot twists of that book. You remember the Super Bowl, where it’s the all-male cheerleading team.
MS: And part of their official complaint to the Human Rights Commission is that Steyn says there will be all-male cheerleaders at the Super Bowl.