“I was born and raised in Alabama where blacks and whites didn’t get along very well, and I tried being one of the main reasons they didn’t. I was extremely discriminatory towards whites. The only reason I played football was so I could hurt white people legally.” – Pastor Ken Hutcherson, testifying today before the Washington state House committee panel on marriage equality.
RELATED: Hutcherson led the failed Referendum 71 attempt to repeal Washington’s “everything but the name” domestic partners law, which was upheld by a slim majority. You may also recall that Hutcherson has led walkouts at public schools in protest of the Day Of Silence and that he issued a bizarre threat should DOMA ever be overturned. In 2010 Hutcherson officiated at Rush Limbaugh’s fourth marriage.