Georgia candidate for governor admits to bestiality

In Georgia, the Creators’ Rights Party candidate for governor is creating quite a stir by admitting to the fact that he’s had sex with a mule, men, and a watermelon, among other things.  He has done these things even though he advocates a strongly anti-gay agenda.  Here is an excerpt from  the candidate, Neal Horsley, appearing on the Alan Colmes Show:

“Hey, Alan, if you want to accuse me of having sex when I was a fool, I did everything that crossed my mind that looked like I…”

AC: “You had sex with animals?”

NH: “Absolutely. I was a fool. When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule.”

AC: “I’m not so sure that that is so.”

NH: “You didn’t grow up on a farm in Georgia, did you?”

AC: “Are you suggesting that everybody who grows up on a farm in Georgia has a mule as a girlfriend?”

NH: It has historically been the case. You people are so far removed from the reality… Welcome to domestic life on the farm…”

Colmes said he thought there were a lot of people in the audience who grew up on farms, are living on farms now, raising kids on farms and “and I don’t think they are dating Elsie right now. You know what I’m saying?”

Horsley said, “You experiment with anything that moves when you are growing up sexually. You’re naive. You know better than that… If it’s warm and it’s damp and it vibrates you might in fact have sex with it.”

52 thoughts on “Georgia candidate for governor admits to bestiality

  1. Michael Seebeck

    OK, I’m with Gene, but cripes!

    The question is, did he have sex with Bob Barr?

    And may THAT image scar you for life.

  2. Trent Hill

    “When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule.

    And then you become a politician and move on to screwing people.”

    In addition to this being the news story of the month–this is quote of the day. Congrats to perennial winner Tom Knapp.

  3. Joey

    The guys in the Free State Project in the Keene and Grafton areas must love this. Maybe they’ll try to recruit this guy into their sick fold.

    I know Zack Bass (aka Larry Pendarvis) and the Crew have been publicized recently on Man, wouldn’t that be something…this is the FSP’s perfect fit.

    And as Chuck Geshlider said recently, viagra sale south africa daily generic cialis buy viagra with master card guide on thesis writing dissertation editing services how to write an admission letter for college aggrenox vs plavix go site metformin risks pay you to write my assignment cialis discussion boards cialis liquid online levitra before and after go site enter research paper writer online bengali essay on 15th august viagra erection how long does it last viagra blue pill pfizer go ingredients of viagra master thesis first draft thesis sentence generator viagra commercial music blues source link ” In the immortal words of Zack Bass, circa ‘04: “I don’t get you people…. we can kill and eat chickens, but you want to put an individual in jail for f*ckiing one, first!!!”


  4. mdh

    Humans are animals. Thus, can humans be property also?
    What gives you the divine right to claim that any animal is your property any more than I have the right to claim that you are my property?

  5. mdh

    I’m a fool, I know that much… but I’m an honest fool, and I am very happy with that part of myself.

  6. Eternaverse

    mdf: “Humans are animals. Thus, can humans be property also?”

    Me: Of course they can, if they agree to being so. If you can’t sell/ give away your rights then you really don’t have them to begin with. All rights come from the concept of property, the idea you own yourself. If you don’t agree that people own themselves (and therefore can sell themselves) then you can’t claim to believe in any rights at all.

  7. mdh

    Eternaverse, I agree. I think I failed to make my point, which was more along the lines that animals are considered property of humans without doing anything to in any way cede their rights…
    I hope that makes more sense.

  8. John C

    I remember this story from what 4 years ago? It was kinda big on political blogs back then.

  9. Nate

    “It should all come down to the non-aggression axiom. Did the chicken consent? ;)”

    Does the chicken have to consent to being killed and eaten?

    “There’s nothing wrong with beasiality. Animals = property”

    They said similar things about blacks 150 years ago. “Nothing wrong with slavery, blacks = property.” I don’t agree with that, nor do I agree that animals are our property. It’s hard to get a cow’s signature on a contract, but the least you can do is treat them to a fair exchange of goods, grass for milk.

  10. Ralph Swanson

    I’m reminded of the political advice LBJ supposedly gave to a lagging candidate.

    “Call the press and say your opponent makes love to pigs,” advised LBJ.

    Said the candidate: “But how can I prove it?”

    Said LBJ: “But how can he deny it?”

  11. Jim Davidson

    “If it’s warm and it’s damp and it vibrates you might in fact have sex with it.”

    And if its lips are moving, you know it is a lying politician. In his case, one with a total lack of self-control.

  12. G.E.

    Good find, Ross… This story came around several years ago, too, and I just referenced it to Trent in chat tonight, before seeing you had re-posted it.

  13. Nexus

    watermelon? Really??
    This reminds me of a line in Cheech & Chong’s ‘The Corsican Brothers’…
    ‘He’s a trisexual.’
    ‘A trisexual?’
    ‘Yeah. Mud…chickens…he’ll try anything.’

  14. NewFederalist

    A truly mooving story although it was really baad! P.S. Eggplant much more gooder than watermelon for that special treat.

  15. d.eris

    “When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule. And then you become a politician and move on to screwing people.”

    Yes, but as a third party candidate, he’ll have the chance to screw some elephants and mules.

  16. Darren Mitton

    “There’s nothing wrong with beasiality. Animals = property”

    OK, WTF is up with all the wackos claiming the stupidest shit under the banner of ‘Libertarianism’? Libertarianism — USED to stand for common-sense, but these f**kos want it to stand for anything they so desire – whether it is Libertarian platform or not. Makes me think it is inbred Republicans who want to tarnish the word ‘Libetarian’…..

  17. Dylan

    This is very old news. Anyway, animals can consent without speaking. Just as humans can. It’s called body language and engagement.

  18. paulie

    As Matt said, I was out of town.

    I did report on this story at TPW, if I recall correctly.

    It puts a whole new meaning to “why did the chicken cross the road…”

  19. Brad


    “The question is, did he have sex with Bob Barr?”

    I think the mule in question was female.

    It’s unlikely, but who knows?

    When it comes to mules…don’t ask, don’t tell.

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