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Bravo’s Andy Cohen would marry Paul Ryan but ‘hate-shag’ Santorum

By David Ferguson
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 11:11 EDT
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In an appearance of Current TV’s “Joy Behar: Say Anything,” Bravo TV Vice President Andy Cohen revealed that he would marry Paul Ryan but “hate-shag” Rick Santorum.

Cohen and show host Joy Behar played the game “Marry, Shag, Kill,” a kind of middle-school “slam-book” question that Cohen sometimes asks guests on his show, “Watch What Happens Live.” Given the choice of three individuals, the guest has to volunteer who of the three they would marry, who they would “shag” (a U.K. slang term for sex) and who they would kill.

“Okay, so, Andy,” said Behar, “Let’s play the game, ‘Marry, Shag or Kill,’ these are the names, and I know it’s hard. Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan or Rush Limbaugh.”

“Oh, my god, kill Rush, no question,” Cohen said without hesitating. “I think I would marry…Ryan,” he continued. “And then I would–”

“Hold your nose,” quipped Behar.

“‘Hate-shag’ Santorum,” concluded Cohen. After a moment, he said, “But Paul Ryan and I would have a lovely life together with his droopy eyes, and his abs.”

“Well, he’s cute if you like the ‘Village of the Damned’ look,” said Behar.

Cohen’s sentiments toward Santorum echo those expressed by columnist and activist Dan Savage during an appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher” in July of 2011.

“I sometimes think about fucking the shit out of Rick Santorum,” Savage said. “I’m up for whipping up some santorum in Santorum.”

Savage later apologized for statements he made during the show wherein he wished that all Republicans were dead, but made no mention of the Santorum remarks.

Watch the video, embedded via Current TV, below:

Watch Dan Savage’s comments on “Real Time,” embedded via YouTube, below:

David Ferguson
David Ferguson
David Ferguson is an editor at Raw Story. He was previously writer and radio producer in Athens, Georgia, hosting two shows for Georgia Public Broadcasting and blogging at Firedoglake.com and elsewhere. He is currently working on a book.
 
 
 
 
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