New Nixon audio: “Aristotle was a homo… Roman emperors, fags”

This is brilliant. They’ve found new audio of then-President Richard Nixon complaining about a TV show he stumbled upon that was glorifying homosexuality: “All in the Family.”


It’s hard to imagine Nixon wasn’t familiar with All in the Family.  The show was centered around the father of the family, Archie, who was a lovable bigot, and the show basically lampooned Archie’s biases in order to show how absurd they really were.

What’s particularly fascinating is the obsequious conversation coming from Nixon’s lieutenants. It reminds me of my time working in the US Senate.  A tad too much sucking up all around.

(H/t Steve Rothaus, though the transcript is mine.)

Nixon: CBS came on with a movie. They had two magnificent handsome guys, and a stupid old fellow in it. They were glorifying homosexuality!

Ehrlichman: Was that a panel, sir?

Nixon: Hell no, it was a movie!

Haldeman: No, that’s a regular show, it’s on every week. And usually it’s just set in the guy’s home. It’s usually just that guy, who’s a hardhat.

Nixon: That’s right, he’s a hard hat.

Ehrlichman: And he always just looks like a slob.

Nixon: Looks like Jackie Gleason.

Haldeman: And then he has this hippie son-in-law. And, uh, usually the general trend of it is to downgrade him, and upgrade…

Nixon: Upgrade the hippie son-in-law.

Haldeman: Make the square hardhat to be bad.

Ehrlichman: What’s it called, I’ve never seen it.

Nixon: Archie is the guy’s name.

Ehrlichman: Now that’s real family entertainment, isn’t it?

Nixon: The point that I make is that goddamit, I do not think that you glorify, on public television, homosexuality!  You ever see what happened, you know what happened to the Greeks? Homosexuality destroyed them. Aristotle was a homo, we all know that. So was Socrates.

Ehrlichman: But he never had the influence that television has.

Nixon: The last six Roman emperors were fags. You see, homosexuality, immorality in general, these are the enemies of strong societies. That’s why the communists and the left-wingers are pushing it. They’re trying to destroy us.

“Magnificent handsome guys”?  What straight guy says that?

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97 Responses to “New Nixon audio: “Aristotle was a homo… Roman emperors, fags””

  1. Moderator3 says:

    Well, that wasn’t exactly coherent. Bye.

  2. Sean says:

    That’s funny I’m a working class guy and most of the working class guy I know are very pro worker ( laws and protections). Ironicly they are hate the union ( not the philosophical idea of a union, but the real unions. Workers are not your friends not because they like republican labor policy, but because your face is liberal feminist and queer.

  3. dgh says:

    Actually, it’s interesting that this “discussion” didn’t “lead to” gays; it’s a news item specifically and only about newly released documentation of Richard Nixon’s ludicrous homosexual panic. In other words, it started and ended with gays: clearly headlined and easily avoided if you’re not interested in their business – no danger at all of getting halfway into it and suddenly realizing you’ve been surrounded by gays again. Also, if by “Ziegried Girl” you mean “Ziegfeld Girl”, I don’t think the President would make it through the audition; I believe Florenz Ziegfeld’s chorus girls were all white. This was because of racism, another annoying thing people who can spell will keep talking about whether or not you’re interested.

  4. redwood05090 says:

    It is interesting to observe how any discussion leads to some items about Gays, homosexuals and their rightful place as if this is what binds the entire country together. I keep getting emails from defenders of the Gay cause as if I was a Satanic pervert chasing Gays in every forum. The case is simpler, I am not that interested in their business and do not believe that anybody who is not gay cares, they seem to assume that they are so special to the point where 7 years old kids have to learn about their personal issues. I never saw straight folks making a parade claiming that they are proud because they are straight. Enough with this Gay musical. They got one of their own in the Oval Ooffice, a true Ziegried Girl, if anyone saw the latest photos of this pervert playing golf on his one of how many recent vacations? What more do these freaks want?

  5. vergil arma says:

    lol. glad you’ve revealed yourself to be the true anti-gay filth/vermin that you are. still haven’t changed your depends, i see.

  6. redwood05090 says:

    I and the gerbils that were arousing so many of the “victims” of AIDS, a real fashion statement during the 70’s?

  7. vergil arma says:

    lol. you’re apparently upset that i hit the nail on the head. now get one of those geriatric anti-gay buds of yours to change those depends and continue wallowing in your anti-gay sewer.

  8. redwood05090 says:

    easy said
    and what do you know about me?
    you read one line and this to you
    is an authoritative document?

    Subject: Re: New comment posted on New Nixon audio: “ Aristotle was a homo… Roman emperors, fags”

  9. Tom Linder says:

    Does anyone know which episode of All in the Family Nixon was referring to? I’ve seen all of them, but it’s been a while. There was a then-famous drag queen on a couple (who saved Archie’s life or vice versa) of episodes, but I don’t remember an episode with two magnificent handsome guys who glorified homosexuality. I’m just curious to know what guys he thought were handsome, and how they were glorifying homosexuality.

  10. Celsa Mix says:

    So what if Aristotle was a homo? Unlike Mr. Nixon, Aristotle contributed so much in the modern civilization. And he really got the nerve to talk about how immorality destroys societies.
    small business accounting

  11. mike31c says:

    Wow, a republican being a homophobic ass. Who would of thought this was even remotely possible! :O

  12. The_Fixer says:

    Yeah, that’s another excellent point.

    The fear of being fired from a Federal civil service job was a real one. Frank Kameny got fired from his astronomer position with the Map Service (later folded into NASA) for being gay. Which likely led him to organize those protests with the well-dressed people that you mention.

    Of course there was Hollywood, too. Leading men in movies and musicians did anything to remain closeted for fear of not being able to work again. Rock Hudson was a “Man’s Man” and Liberace…. was the beneficiary of denial (both his and that of his largely female audience).

  13. tbl92666 says:

    Aristotle literally wrote the book on ethics; one can see why Nixon wouldn’t have been a fan.

  14. emjayay says:

    Yes, that’s the mindset and view of the world of people like Richard Nixon that I was referring to above. Add in with people like Roy Cohn maybe a really desperate need to be accepted by what he grew up with as being the only possible society, or at least the only one he could picture himself in and was extremely successful in, being a really smart and completely unprincipled lawyer.

    And to a degree, in a world where like in the early 50’s you could be fired from a federal civil service job for being gay (about the first thing early gay protests were about for which they dressed in business suits and for women dresses and white gloves), it was the world they knew. The world at least in the West was changing but their worldview/mindset didn’t change with it.

  15. The_Fixer says:

    Yeah, it can snap the brain to try figuring that out. But I came up with a possible line of reasoning, as warped as it may be.

    You see, in their minds, all true homosexuals were “pansies” or “dandies” who were what people now refer to as effeminate males. Buys like Cohn (and J. Edgar Hoover, in spite of his dress wearing) did not think of themselves as “one of them”. All real homosexuals were florists, hairdressers and such. Roy was a lawyer who liked to have sex with men, and only straight men were lawyers, heads of the FBI, etc. Ridiculous thinking, but that’s what I surmise that they thought.

    Which overlooks the fact that if you’re playing with another man’s peen, you’re likely gay or bisexual. Completely straight men really don’t do that.

    Or so I’m told.

  16. Bill_Perdue says:

    Any attempt to underrate the fact that Obama, the Bushes, the Clintons (especially the Clintons), Carter and Reagan have not destroyed the standard of living of working people, busted unions and the Bill of Rights and created an era of permanent war is dead wrong.

    Democrat politicians are the enemy and so are Republicans.

  17. Ninong says:

    McCarthy knew that Roy Cohn “had sex with men” but that didn’t mean he was a homosexual. Yes, Cohn had sex with men but he wasn’t a homosexual. Try to figure that one out. Cohn went to his grave denying that he was actually gay. He just liked to have sex with men. He died of AIDS in 1986. He was “not-gay” to the end.

  18. Kenster999 says:

    Nixon, early 1970’s: “You see, homosexuality, immorality in general, these are the enemies of strong societies. That’s why the communists and the left-wingers are pushing it. They’re trying to destroy us.”

    Vladimir Putin, early 2010’s: “You see, homosexuality, immorality in general, these are the enemies of strong societies. That’s why the West is pushing it. They’re trying to destroy us.”

  19. BigGuy says:

    He was more a friend of working people and unions than any President since Truman. He did an awful lot of grunt work growing up. OSHA came about because of him. The Health Plan he proposed was a single payer plan that was well to the left of anything that’s been proposed since. Ted Kennedy opposed that healthcare plan and it died in the Senate.

    Nixon was uncomfortable with everybody, but was most uncomfortable with the enormously wealthy Republican Establishment and the Kennedys.

    The way he moved the country to the Right was with his judicial appointments. His domestic and fiscal policies were far more liberal than anything put through by Carter, Clinton, or Obama.

  20. emjayay says:

    And Southerners, wingnuts, rubes, and reactionaries (or whatever you want to call them) are still at war with these very same ideas today.

    On another level of people and politics, I’ve always said that Cheney and Alito and others like that are grown up versions of Young Republicans in suits on campuses in that period walking by hippies sprawling on the lawn or protesting the war, and are still fighting the same battles.

  21. emjayay says:

    Richard Nixon’s presidency ended 39 years ago. There has been a bit of political and social and economic change over the decades. Besides the passage of time, one person’s right-left-center position cannot be characterized or compared to anyone back then in a single word because of all the areas and specifics it covers.

    Any blanket assertions comparing individuals from four decades ago to individuals today are meaningless.

  22. Ninong says:

    I used to know all of the lyrics to all of the songs from “Hair” by heart because that was one of the very first records I bought in 4-channel quadraphonic sound to go with my new Bose 4-speaker quad system. That was around 1968 or 1969. To get the best effect, you needed a room where you could place the speakers in the four corners of the room facing inwards toward the center of the room. Then you had to arrange the seating so that you would be at least a few feet away from what were the two rear speakers.

    The effect was amazing at the time and “Hair” was the best recording I ever found for displaying quad sound. In some of the songs they must have placed the chorus in a circle with the mics in the middle pointing towards the singers because the sound actually rotated around your room. They did that just once or twice on the recording because too much of that would have driven you nuts, but whenever there was any spoken dialogue, the voice of the person answering would come from a different speaker.

    Anyway, in the late ’60’s, I knew every word to every song of “Hair.” I always played that record at parties for my friends, most of whom were straight and married at the time. There is no way I would have playing anything with lyrics like that in the 1950’s. Where I lived, things started to change a lot in the early ’60’s and then it accelerated after the hippie movement with the 1967 Summer of Love. That spread out from San Francisco to other cities, even certain Deep South cities.

  23. emjayay says:

    “Magnificent handsome guys”? What straight guy says that?

    In the world of Richard Nixon, being gay was only for perverts, not people like him and anyone he would know. So you could express objective opinions about stuff like that without any implication of anything that would be thought of today. It’s an indication of how different that world was just 40 years ago.

    Men in other cultures could or can do things that would seem really gay to us in the West for similar reasons. Like Russian soldiers years ago or guys in the Middle East seen holding hands.

  24. emjayay says:

    Not to mention other lyrics that would stand certain Virginia and other politician’s hair on end all these years later:



    I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help
    me god.

    In the name of the father, the son, and the holy ghost.



    Father, why
    do these words sound so nasty?

    Can be fun
    Join the
    holy orgy
    Kama Sutra

  25. emjayay says:

    Richard Nixon’s presidency ended 39 years ago. Making blanket assertions about who was to the the left or right of who from four decades ago is meaningless. Besides the passage of time over the decades, left or right or whatever encompasses social, economic, and political issues.

  26. emjayay says:

    There’s a whole herd of those sorts in the House. You know, the body at the top of the Legislative branch of the federal government representing the best of the American people.

  27. emjayay says:

    Lyrics from the musical Hair – My Conviction

    (spoken monologue)

    You know kids, I wish every mother
    and father in this theater would go home
    tonight and make a speech to their
    teenagers and say kids, be free, no guilt,
    be whatever you are,
    do whatever you want to do, just so long as you don’t
    hurt anybody.
    Right? Right!

    (This sums up the late sixties counterculture message and completely at odds with the overwhelming post WWII sentiments of the US culture.)

    (And then, sung)

    I would just like to say that it is my
    That longer hair and other flamboyant affectations
    appearance are nothing more
    Than the male’s emergence from his drab
    Into the gaudy plumage
    Which is the birthright of his

    There is a peculiar notion that elegant plumage
    And fine feathers are not
    proper for the man
    When ac—tually
    That is the way things are
    In most

  28. emjayay says:

    Nixon had that old time Rotary Club small town 1950’s idea of Communism from the very beginning of his career. Quite a simple, narrow minded paranoiac in some ways and intelligent in others.

  29. emjayay says:

    There is nothing overrated about All in the Family. It was groundbreaking in terms of style and writing and acting and subject matter for a sitcom.

    And Leave It to Beaver is pretty adorable.

  30. The_Fixer says:

    Well, there was a tiny bit of truth to their paranoia about homosexuality being pushed by the Commies.

    Harry Hay, founder of the Mattachine Society was a member of the Communist Party. In fact, he later resigned from the organization that he co-founded. Others in the organization were mindful of the growing influence of Senator Joe Mc Carthy, and it was agreed that he should leave for fear of Senator Joe’s attention setting back the movement.

    I’m sure that Nixon and his gang remembered Harry Hay and associated the homophile movement with Communism.

  31. vergil arma says:

    you obviously live in an anti-gay sewer.

  32. Bill_Perdue says:

    Nixon was no friend of working people. He only seems better than our current crop of rightwing union busters because the AFL-CIO was much larger then and carried far more weight. Democrats and Republicans paid attention to them, now both are anti-union, anti-worker parties.

    Nixon’s domestic policies were meant to move the country to the right. One of the results of the Democrat/Republican invasion and occupation of Vietnam was a very high inflation rate that smoldered through the economy tapering off in first Clinton administration.

    Nixon’s ‘solution’ was to impose wage and price controls which, as they always do, were enforced on wages and ignored on prices and interest rates. What Carter, Reagan, Clinton, the Bushes and Obama did was to move the country further right and of those Clinton was the worst until Obama. His deregulation policies directly caused and created the current – Clinton – Depression.

  33. Abby says:

    and the sad fact is, Republicans haven’t learned a damned thing since.

  34. One piece of irony was the night of the Saturday Night Massacre (20 October 1973). Minutes before the announcement that Robert Bork had fired Archibald Cox after both Nixon’s fourth Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus has refused to fire Cox, “All in the Family” had an episode where Mike and Gloria called Nixon “King Richard”. “He acts like one”, Gloria tells Archie after he tries to defend “Richard E Nixon”.
    The “hard hat” comment was well known in the firm “Joe” and the riot the hard hats had in 1970 defending Nixon against the so-called hippies.

  35. Jaymax says:

    on top of his head?

  36. redwood05090 says:

    he had a point

  37. redwood05090 says:

    This was the real Dick, and this is how most guys speak!

  38. karmanot says:

    Now, that’s what I call polishing the turd.

  39. cokey says:

    Mmmm. Livers.

  40. BigGuy says:

    Left of Carter, Clinton, Gore, and Obama. in today’s Senate, his ideas were like those of Bernie Sanders and Thom Harkin.

  41. BigGuy says:

    Nixon did not mention JFK’s sexual escapades or JFK’s Addison’s Disease. JFK was sickly nearly his whole life.

  42. BigGuy says:

    Ike’s comment is the essence of passive-aggressiveness. He used Nixon all the time to do his dirty work and to lobby the House and Senate.

  43. BigGuy says:

    Nixon had all the prejudices of someone raised in an all White Protestant small town. He expressed those prejudices privately. He swore a lot in private, but NEVER publicly.

    He did not act on his prejudices. He hired Jews. He supported integration. He supported the Sullivan Plan (affirmative action). He disciplined himself NOT TO ACT on his prejudices. That’s not easy. Very few people manage to do that.

    Nixon was the most in touch with the privations of the Poor and treated working people with great respect. His domestic polices were far to the left of anything Carter or Clinton proposed or accomplished.

  44. Butch1 says:

    Yes and that makes them even worse in my opinion.

  45. tedhayes says:

    Better gay than a disgraced president.

  46. Ninong says:

    Having grown up in the ’40’s and ’50’s, I can guarantee you that the ’60’s were liberating and tolerant compared to the previous two decades. In fact, the ’60’s really did start a sexual revolution in this country on all fronts.

  47. CarlosMu says:

    It isn’t new audio, and CNN cut out a part where Nixon said “I do not mind the homosexuality, I understand it” followed by a 14-second beep. Google that quote to see the full YouTube video which was posted in 2009.

  48. Brian Apple says:

    What’s wrong with a straight guy referring to other men as “handsome”? It’s perfectly normal. It’s like calling a painting “beautiful”. You can call a painting beautiful without wanting to mount it.

  49. karmanot says:

    That’s true, Kissinger never criticized an evil he couldn’t best.

  50. karmanot says:

    Leave It To Beaver?

  51. BeccaM says:

    Having grown up in the 60s and 70s, I can affirm what you just said about general attitudes back then towards gays.

  52. BeccaM says:

    The part I find funny: How Nixon didn’t understand the difference between a movie and a 30-minute TV sit-com series.

  53. Steve_in_CNJ says:

    Listen to the first 30 seconds and tell me it doesn’t sound like the beginning of a 1970s gay porno.

  54. karmanot says:

    “Why are Republicans so ignorant?” Genetic recessives.

  55. nicho says:

    Washington couldn’t tell a lie. Dubya couldn’t tell the truth. And Barry can’t tell the difference.

  56. nicho says:

    Well, there were a lot of things. One was an overweening influence of religion — not just Christianity — on government. There was also issues of expanding the empire beyond Rome’s ability to support it, depending more and more on mercenaries, and environmental issues such as lead in the water.

  57. samizdat says:

    Literally, as well as figuratively.

  58. samizdat says:

    Lol! Real Nixon makes the crazy Futurama Nixon look like a Sunday school teacher on Quaaludes by comparison.


  59. AnitaMann says:

    Not so sure they’d be hatin’ on the gays as much as Dick. We’re more likely to hear them share a love of snuff films and eating the livers of children.

  60. Bill_Perdue says:

    Republicans call us faggots, dykes, etc to our face and then stab us in the chest.

    Democrats wait until we leave the room to bad mouth us and then they stab us in the back.

    We need to continue to press both parties to pass ENDA or a CRA and repeal section two of DOMA.

  61. Bill_Perdue says:

    Especially Obama.

  62. Drew2u says:

    Just wait until the Rumsfeld/Cheney tapes are released.

  63. Ninong says:

    I only excerpted direct quotes from a biography by Don Fulsom. I’m sure the Guardian’s excerpts would have been exactly the same. I didn’t copy any of their editorial comments. LOL

  64. ctdawg says:

    Wow, I didn’t think my opinion of Tricky Dick Nixon could drop any lower. Boy was I wrong.

  65. Monoceros Forth says:

    Nah, I don’t buy that. The Empire was bleeding to death from the moment of its creation. There’s a direct line from Octavian’s personal dictatorship to the day when any Thracian or Illyrian brigand could get himself a pack of soldiers to make himself “Emperor”.

  66. Naja pallida says:

    It’s also rather silly, because one could infer that the Empire was doing fairly well until Christianity took over, then it all went seriously down hill. :)

  67. Monoceros Forth says:

    You are citing the Daily Mail. I just want to remind you of that. The Daily freakin’ Mail.

  68. Butch1 says:

    You may be right; he’s a pathological liar and has had years of practice coming to this point; I don’t think he can stop.

  69. karmanot says:

    Did Nixon and Bebe have four ways with Hoover and Clyde Tolson?

  70. Butch1 says:

    I hear he has been known to yell a little. Oh, we’re talking about social issues. ;-)

    I don’t think he likes us very much no matter how much his daughters have tried to work on him. As soon as 2016 is here and gone, he won’t have to deal with us anymore.

  71. nicho says:

    And when Mad Dog War Criminal Kissinger thought something was unseemly, it had to be pretty freaking unseemly.

  72. karmanot says:

    Ain’t that the truth……as a boy just waiting for George Chakiris , Kuki, or the Rifle Man to take off their shirts was a highlight of the week

  73. Ninong says:

    That was a strange relationship, wasn’t it? I think Nixon was probably mostly straight but with more than a little same-sex attraction, which he fought against and which could explain his constant homophobic remarks in private. He wanted to prove that he was 100% not-gay.

    Then there was the fact that Bebe was wealthy and had certain very wealthy friends who were more than willing to make “contributions” under the table if they thought it could benefit them in some way.

    When Bebe flew on Air Force One, he had his own blue U.S. Navy flight jacket, Presidential seal and everything, with his name embroidered on it. That really pissed off Henry Kissinger, who thought it was unseemly.

  74. karmanot says:

    And they invented porno pottery!

  75. nicho says:

    Oh, God, yes. The State of the Union address comes to mind. All in the Family was ground-breaking for its time and brought a lot of taboo subject out into the open.

  76. karmanot says:


  77. nicho says:

    They didn’t invent it. They just turned it into an art form.

  78. Dirk says:

    McNulty: Go easy on the Greeks. They invented civilization.
    Bunk: Assfuckin, too.

  79. zorbear says:

    I’m willing to bet that he lies in private as well…

  80. Monoceros Forth says:

    “Last six Roman emperors.” Which six would those be? It gets difficult to decide who was a “Roman Emperor” in those last decades of the fifth century.
    In any case, looking to the Roman Empire as an example of governance is just about the worst idea ever.

    EDIT: Oh, and let’s be fair about this much: was there any TV show more overrated than “All in the Family”?

  81. AnitaMann says:

    In fairness to Dick, these views were probably very common among men of his generation, regardless of political persuasion. Now, why they were sitting around the oval office discussing it, and TV sitcoms when, you know, they had a country to run… that’s pretty stunning.

  82. TomTO says:

    Thanks for the link. I am glad someone studied it.

  83. docdonn says:

    “Nixon: …. Aristotle was a homo, we all know that. So was Socrates.
    Ehrlichman: But he never had the influence that television has.”
    ’nuff said

  84. Ninong says:

    “Why are Republicans so ignorant?”

    It’s because the ideals expressed by the Republicans appeal to stupid people. Just look at Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin, for example. You can’t get much dumber that them but they are idolized by many of the GOP faithful. Then you throw in a few really warped individuals like Ted Cruz, who are intelligent but just plain sick, and you get the true sense of today’s Republican Party.

    Social conservatives are more ignorant and prejudiced that the average person:

  85. nicho says:

    In private. I’d love to hear what Barry says in private.

  86. Thomas Coleman says:

    “What straight guy would say that?” “Straight guys” like Tricky Dick and his Boosom Bud Bebe Rebozo.

  87. PeteWa says:

    Philip Carey was pretty hunky.

  88. TomTO says:

    He sounds like Dubya. Why are Republicans so ignorant? It’s like a disease with them.

  89. Ninong says:

    “Richard Nixon is a no-good lying bastard. He can lie out of both sides of his mouth at the same time, and if he ever caught himself telling the truth, he’d lie just to keep his hand in…[Nixon is] the easiest man to beat.” — Harry Truman, 1960

    “I don’t think the son-of-a-bitch knows the difference between truth and lying.” — Harry Truman

  90. Butch1 says:

    Those were the times when homophobic Presidents could get away with talking like that.

  91. nicho says:

    He was to the left of today’s Democrats.

  92. Ninong says:

    “Nixon, in a high-level or high-road campaign which emphasizes the issues, in the last seven days has called me an economic ignoramus, a Pied Piper, and all the rest. I just confine myself to calling him a Republican! But he says that is really getting low.” — John F. Kennedy, 1960

    “When you compare Nixon and Goldwater, Goldwater seems like Abraham Lincoln.” — John F. Kennedy, 1960

  93. Ninong says:

    “If you give me a few weeks, I may be able to think of something.” — Dwight D. Eisenhower, responding to a reporter who asked for an example of how Nixon had contributed to the Eisenhower Administration, 1960

  94. FLL says:

    The passage of time has only magnified the romantic rumors about Richard Nixon and his Cuban best buddy, Bebe Rebozo. Modern political commentators are beginning to take the rumors very seriously.

  95. dcinsider says:

    Gee, I miss him. . . . . not.

  96. cole3244 says:

    as bad as nixon was he was to the left of todays republicans, imho.

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