Couldn’t agree more.
It is human nature, unfortunately, to continually push the boundaries. Now that homesex is de rigueur in our K-12 schools nationwide, this looks like the next step on the downward spiral.
I suspect this display was no accident or mistake in judgment on the principal’s part, and look for a movement to legalize and embrace incest, beginning with the schools an enlisting the help of NAMBLA.
Were the media truly curious, someone there would look deeply into the principal’s life. But that’s giving the media too much credit. They’ll likely hop on the incest bus before long.
An openly homosexual New York Times front-page editor (one of several, they have a real crew) reflected in print a few years ago that his fellow front-page editors were, by a strong majority, gay or bisexual. Adam Nagourney, the Times's political editor, is openly gay, as was his predecessor several years ago.
(Side comment: IF some 5% of men in the country are homosexual, what are the odds that, in the ordinary course of things, one homosexual political editor at an elite "newspaper of record" would by chance be succeeded by another homosexual?)
FRiend, the homosexuals are driving media these days, and not by accident. They are the original JournoListers, and now their influence in media is tightening into outright control.