D Magazine on Tuesday published a shockingly not safe for work voicemail from Dallas City Council candidate Richard P. Sheridan who said that the publication had not done enough to inform voters that his opponent was gay.
In the voicemail left over the weekend, Sheridan tells reporter Dan Koller that he’s “extremely happy” that “Sodomite” Leland Burk lost to Jennifer Staubach Gates.
“You know, you didn’t post the fact, communicate to voters that he’s gay, and I think I did a pretty good job of communicating to voters,” Sheridan, who only received 28 votes, opines. “You, sir, are cunt, bitch, coward, Mr. Koller. Dan Koller is a cunt, bitch, coward. And I don’t think you have one testicle, sir. You’re a sorry-ass, you’re a disgrace to our city, you’re a propagandist to the Sodomites.
“And when I see you, I’m not sure what I’m going to do, but minimally your eardrums will hurt, you motherfucker. Because the word fuck means abuse and if you’re in the gay lifestyle, the mothers that bring their children up in the world, wanting to do good, want to live a good life, and you go with the Sodomites? You motherfucker, cunt, coward Dan Koller.”
Sheridan adds that Koller would “regret it” the next time he saw him, but the “fucking coward” should not to call the police because it was not intended as a threat of bodily harm.
Koller responded on Tuesday with lyrics from Michael Jackson’s “Bad.”
“Well, Richard (or should I call you Dick? Yeah, I should), all I can say in response, Dick, is your talk is cheap; you’re not a man,” Koller wrote. “The word is out, you’re doing wrong; gonna lock you up before too long. I’m telling you, just watch your mouth; I know your game, what you’re about.”
“I sincerely hope that the man is never a Twitter user,” D Magazine‘s Jason Heid added in a follow-up piece. “I’m sure that he could single-handedly add several degrees of red to Dallas’ appearance on the Geography of Hate map.”
Listen to the audio below from D Magazine, broadcast May 14, 2013.
The following video was uploaded to YouTube on May 11, 2013.