During an appearance on the Fox News show "Hannity" on Monday, conservative radio host Bill Cunningham said that he longed for the "good old days" when "gay meant you were happy" and "Ayds was an appetite suppressant."
Cunningham was asked by host Sean Hannity about the lack of heroes in America, noted MediaMatters.org (video below).
"You know Sean Hannity, in the good old days, when men were men, gay meant you were happy and Ayds was an appetite suppressant, you could look up to teachers, now having sex with students," said Cunningham.
"We had Hollywood stars, like John Wayne and others, you could look up to. We had the Roman Catholic Church, look at the scandal there. In fact, Lance Armstrong, who I thought was one of the greatest stories in American sporting history has been found dirty, now is getting sued all over the place."
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"I believe, Sean, and I think you would agree with me, role models are those you have dinner with. It's dads and moms, sisters and brothers, poppies and nannas, aunt and uncles, and you can't look to anyone for a role model, except within your own family," stated Cunningham.