We have a lesbian president, and me as a member of parliament. Everything seems indeed possible.
Statement by Halme on Finnish radio, universally interpreted as an insult. Halme later apologized for the misunderstanding, stating that he had not intended to insult President Tarja Halonen and simply thought that because of her former chairmanship of SETA, a gay rights organization, she was a lesbian.
I apologize for calling Madam President names in my statement on the radio. My purpose was to encourage every Finnish person to strive forward in life and try to realize their dreams. The statement I gave on the radio could have been phrased otherwise, for example: Everything in life seems possible when someone brought up on the streets can become a Member of Parliament and the ex-president of SETA the President of Finland. The Finnish people have elected you President and I respect their decision. Your politics I will continue to criticize.
His open letter to President Tarja Halonen.
Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi would show some role model to all ring-in-the-nose Feminists, whose only merits in the life are a student loan of hundred grand, breath reeking horribly from tobacco and parents with nervous breakdown. But so it goes. Show me a satisfied feminist, then I'll show you Jari Sillanpää's girlfriend.
God forgives, I don't.
The title of his biography
What good is the Kiasma museum of modern art? I will guarantee that if I'd poop a corny doo-doo in a kettle, strike a propeller on it and take it in the stealth at night to display at Kiasma under the name of some Lesbian Feminist artist, there will be scores of Helsinki art criticists to praise that this is so incredibly great art.