Boston radio host compares Tebow Draft Day party to a “Nazi rally”

The “tolerant” progressives love to preach concepts like fairness, “paying back” (with other people’s money, of course – not their own), and “paying it forward.” They certainly “talk the talk” but rarely actually “walk the walk.” With all of this cushy, touchy-feely dogma, you would think they would embrace Christians who, for the most part, actually live the kind of life progressives only preach to others. You know, Christians who give their own money, time, and efforts to help society – in other words, walking the walk. Unfortunately, progressives generally have nothing but contempt for real Christians.

Tim Tebow, a true Christian, was drafted in the first round (#25) of the NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Apparently his Draft Day party caused some consternation with a radio host in Boston. (story here from the Boston Herald)

A Boston sports-radio host yesterday likened former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow’s NFL draft party to a “Nazi rally,” a remark one media observer called an “amazing double standard.”

Fred “Toucher” Toettcher said yesterday on 98.5 The Sports Hub, “It looked like some kind of Nazi rally. . . . So lily-white is what I’m trying to say. Yeah, Stepford Wives.”

Station spokesman Cha-Chi Loprete said the station “received no inquiries regarding” the morning drive-time show and declined further comment. Efforts to reach Toettcher for comment were unsuccessful.

Dan Gainor, vice president for business and culture for the Media Reseach Center, a Washington, D.C.-based media watchdog group, said it’s “stunning” that Toettcher didn’t lose his job.

A Nazi rally? Nice. So “tolerant” and “progressive.” Remains to be seen what will happen to this douchebag but one can only imagine what would happen to a radio jock who compares a black player’s party to a Gangsta Rap convention.

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6 Responses to “Boston radio host compares Tebow Draft Day party to a “Nazi rally””

  1. For the day will come when they will call good evil and evil good. That day is definitely here when you can liken a righteous man to a demented murderous dictator. If there is a joke here anywhere it’s the Boston sports radio host.

  2. Boobie Clark Says:

    It’s just a guy trying to be funny on the radio, and he’s got five
    hours to fill. Don’t get your panties in a wad and make it a left/right thing.

    • If he was just trying to be “funny” as you say, it was a pitiful attempt at humor. Since this was a sports show he could have used any number of related metaphors to be funny. Like – looks like the mens room during intermission at a Bruins game or something like that. As soon as he uttered the word “Nazi” HE made it a left/right thing.
      The story said that efforts to reach this guy and station management for comment were unsuccessful. If he was only trying to be funny, why hasn’t he said so?

  3. True – and Imus’ comment wasn’t even mean-spirited. It wasn’t particularly intelligent, but certainly not intentionally disparaging.

    Thanks for the comment…

  4. No need really to imagine, just look at what they did to Don Imus.

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