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Trial Postponed for Mass. Dad Fighting Homosexual Curriculum at Son's School
AgapePress ^ | September 21, 2005 | Mary Rettig

Posted on 09/21/2005 6:53:23 PM PDT by TheBattman

Trial Postponed for Mass. Dad Fighting Homosexual Curriculum at Son's School

By Mary Rettig
September 21, 2005

(AgapePress) - The trial of Massachusetts parent David Parker, which was originally scheduled to take place today (September 21), has been postponed. The Lexington man was arrested in April after he attempted to get his son opted out of homosexuality discussions in school.

According to Brian Camenker of the Massachusetts pro-family group Article 8 Alliance, the main issue for Parker is that the Lexington School District has banned him from all school property. Camenker says he believes the school district is just using bullying tactics. But at the same time, the district attorney involved in the case is running for State Attorney General. Camenker feels the D.A. does not want to make "a big deal" of this case.

"They want to figure out some way of doing a plea bargain," the Alliance spokesman says, "but David Parker's lawyers insist that, unless this whole business of this no-trespass order is addressed, they're not going to agree to anything."

The no-trespassing order being imposed against Parker by the school district prevents him from setting foot on any Lexington Schools property, including coming onto school grounds to pick his son up from school, using school-owned walking paths where he used to take his son for recreation, and going to polling places on school property.

Parker feels the ban is unnecessary, and that it is being imposed largely to be hurtful. He had hoped the matter would be addressed in the trial originally scheduled for today, and that the ban might be lifted. However, that proceeding has been stalled because of the head of the school district.

"The Superintendent of Schools has said he hasn't had time to make a decision yet," Camenker points out. "Now, one has to think, it's been all summer. It's been in the news. How can he not make a 10-minute decision? But this is what he claims."

Camenker says the judge in Parker's case has given the superintendent one more month to decide whether to keep the no-trespass order in place, or whether to discontinue the ban preventing the Lexington dad from setting foot on school grounds.


Mary Rettig, a regular contributor to AgapePress, is a reporter for American Family Radio News, which can be heard online.



TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; US: Massachusetts
KEYWORDS: davidparker; education; gay; gaystapo; homosexual; homosexualagenda; lavendermafia; leftismoncampus; leftists; liberalagenda; parentalrights; queer; rights
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I just don't know what to say. This father is trying to protect his son from the extremely liberal and pro-homosexual agenda being taught in the school - BUT, why not withdraw his child from the school and enroll him in private school or home school?

Then again, maybe he's not in a position to do that?

One other comment - I find it very convenient that the trial would be postponed - with school just getting good and started. Let's just put off the issue....thus nothing changes, and the homo-agenda rolls forward.

By the way - how would any of you handle the school having a "no trespassing" order against you - thus you could not even drop off or pick up your child from school? Any school that doesn't allow me on campus is not a school that my child will attend - period.

1 posted on 09/21/2005 6:53:27 PM PDT by TheBattman
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To: TheBattman
I agree, but I don't think it would do any good since it is a public school. I don't think they would care to much of someone taking there child out of there school since they would not lose any money.
2 posted on 09/21/2005 7:02:18 PM PDT by prouddvldog
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To: TheBattman

Certainly one solution is to pull your child out of the public schools, but not all parents can afford to.

Furthermore, why should he have to do so? He pays his property taxes, which support the public schools. Why should he be persecuted in this way for trying to prevent his son from homosexual brainwashing?

Most schools permit parents to opt their kids out of sex-ed classes, because they realize that these classes can be controversial and they prefer to avoid controversy. Surely the same applies in this case.

It might be better to fight back against this political madness in our schools, rather than pull out, as long as we are paying large tax bills to support these schools.


3 posted on 09/21/2005 7:03:36 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: TheBattman
If his precint's polling place is located in the school, I'm not sure how they could enforce a no-trespass order like this. I would think there would be Constitutional issues if the school made an administrative decision to disenfranchise him.
4 posted on 09/21/2005 7:03:58 PM PDT by CaptainMorgantown
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To: TheBattman

BUT, why not withdraw his child from the school and enroll him in private school or home school?

Well, perhaps he would like to influnce what is done with HIS money?


5 posted on 09/21/2005 7:04:03 PM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: TheBattman

It shows just how mean spirited and hateful the homosexuals and their supporters of the left really are when then are exposed, as has been the case here and provides yet another example of how those that demand the most tolerance are the least tolerant of all. They are truly a cancer in our society.


6 posted on 09/21/2005 7:04:37 PM PDT by Mulch (tm)
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To: TheBattman

Who is on trial here? Was the father arrested for something? The article is quite vague.


7 posted on 09/21/2005 7:07:40 PM PDT by gitmo (Thanks, Mel. I needed that.)
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To: little jeremiah

Ping


8 posted on 09/21/2005 7:12:42 PM PDT by AZ_Cowboy ("Be ever vigilant, for you know not when the master is coming")
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To: Cicero
It might be better to fight back against this political madness in our schools, rather than pull out, as long as we are paying large tax bills to support these schools.

I agree. This man is performing a public service by publicizing the homosexual agenda in a public elementary school. These educrats know that the vast majority of parents, especially minority parents, don't want their children exposed to this nonsense, and so they want a captive audience with no dissent allowed.

9 posted on 09/21/2005 7:14:01 PM PDT by teawithmisswilliams (Question Diversity)
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To: ninenot; sittnick; steve50; Hegemony Cricket; Willie Green; Wolfie; ex-snook; FITZ; arete; ...
The trial of Massachusetts parent David Parker, which was originally scheduled to take place today (September 21), has been postponed. The Lexington man was arrested in April after he attempted to get his son opted out of homosexuality discussions in school.

Diversity and Tolerance bump!

10 posted on 09/21/2005 7:23:06 PM PDT by A. Pole (For today's Democrats abortion and "gay marriage" are more important that the whole New Deal legacy.)
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To: TheBattman

It looks like the schools is in a no loss position here. No pain for anyone except the father.

They have unlimited funds, no one will lose their job, or even be demoted.

Unless these types of lawsuits (and there are a satchel full) begin to go for big dollars they will fought over and over again. No one but us will pay any attention to how they come out.They need to tie $10 million to this.


11 posted on 09/21/2005 7:24:57 PM PDT by Balding_Eagle (God has blessed Republicans with really stupid enemies.)
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To: gitmo
Who is on trial here? Was the father arrested for something? The article is quite vague.

He violated no-trespass order from the school by approaching his child.

12 posted on 09/21/2005 7:25:21 PM PDT by A. Pole (For today's Democrats abortion and "gay marriage" are more important that the whole New Deal legacy.)
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To: TheBattman

What exactly did the father do that got him banned from campus? I can't imagine they did this just because he called them or wrote them a letter to try to get his son out of a class.


13 posted on 09/21/2005 7:25:35 PM PDT by fooblier
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To: TheBattman

And how much is the "Church" shelling out ala lost lawsuits over the Fo de chillin gang??? How interesting.


14 posted on 09/21/2005 7:26:38 PM PDT by Waco
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To: teawithmisswilliams
This man is performing a public service by publicizing the homosexual agenda in a public elementary school.

Amen. The Diversity agenda needs the cover of darkness. The light/glasnost is deadly to it.

15 posted on 09/21/2005 7:28:20 PM PDT by A. Pole (For today's Democrats abortion and "gay marriage" are more important that the whole New Deal legacy.)
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To: A. Pole
Who is on trial here? Was the father arrested for something? The article is quite vague.

He violated no-trespass order from the school by approaching his child.

Those sorts of details are often good things to include in an article.

16 posted on 09/21/2005 7:31:12 PM PDT by gitmo (Thanks, Mel. I needed that.)
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To: Cicero
He pays his property taxes, which support the public schools. Why should he be persecuted in this way for trying to prevent his son from homosexual brainwashing?

Ah, a good question. The Dad in question does indeed pay, but he has no choice about the matter. Whether the school offers superior education or crime and STD-ridden schools, whether the Dad puts his child in the school or takes him out, he pays and so does everyone else.

The schools continue to gobble up our money with no real danger of being de-funded provided they keep the lights on and the district out of total bankruptcy. Even them they'll probably be bailed out.

What is needed, nationwide, is for parents to demand the right to be reimbursed for their school taxes if they take their kids out of school. Not a good chance of that happening, LOL.

17 posted on 09/21/2005 7:31:25 PM PDT by Zack Nguyen
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To: gitmo
Who is on trial here? Was the father arrested for something? The article is quite vague.

What, every time a homofascist story in Massachusetts is posted we have to reiterate the grip the homofascists have in Massachusetts? The homos have got homo marriage legalized. We had lesbians teach fisting in public schools. Parker objected to homofascist sex education in a parent-teacher meeting and got arrested. He's not backing down. Massachusetts is the reason Bush got reelected and homosexual marriage bans recently passed in thirteen states.

And don't yell at me. I'm behind enemy lines.

18 posted on 09/21/2005 7:33:12 PM PDT by LoneRangerMassachusetts (Some say what's good for others, the others make the goods; it's the meddlers against the peddlers)
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To: fooblier

If I recall, the father objected to the fact that his son was being taught pro-homosexual curriculum at school. He went to a school meeting and demanded to have his son removed from class when these topics were discussed. The school official refused to remove his son, and the dad refused to leave school property. They had him arrested.


19 posted on 09/21/2005 7:33:18 PM PDT by Zack Nguyen
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To: EdReform; backhoe; Yehuda; Clint N. Suhks; saradippity; stage left; Yakboy; I_Love_My_Husband; ...

Homosexual Agenda Ping.

And the saga continues. Kind of ironic that Massachusetts, originally the colony founded by the Puritans of such stout morals that we'd be scared of them today, is now notorious for being the most pro-homosexual state in the Union.

Freedom of religion has turned into freedom of perversion.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/1488106/posts
David versus the Bolsheviks: The Battle of Lexington Green in the Year 2005

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1481363/posts
Rally on the Green (biased coverage of David Parker rally) ^

http://www.davidparkerfund.org/html/background.html
Facts about David Parker

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1478207/posts
Lexington’s School Committee reaffirms its commitment to diversity (except for David Parker)

And the mother of all keyword searches for David Parker:
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/keyword?k=davidparker

Just in case anyone wants to know more, the above links for your reading pleasures.

Please freepmail me AND DirtyHarryY2K if you want on/off this pinglist.

Note: Most likely Mr.Parker and his wife could have just taken their son out of school. Or maybe they couldn't - maybe they both need to work. But even so, maybe the Parkers aren't happy that all the children who go attend the schools in Lexington (and no doubt most or all of the pulic schools in Mass) are being indoctrinated that "gay is good". Maybe, unlike many others, they aren't content to just draw the curtains and feel safe and not worry that others are climbing into the handbasket.

When the world is turned into a moral toxic wastelant, it affects everyone.


20 posted on 09/21/2005 7:42:26 PM PDT by little jeremiah (A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, are incompatible with freedom. P. Henry)
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To: Zack Nguyen
If I recall, the father objected to the fact that his son was being taught pro-homosexual curriculum at school. He went to a school meeting and demanded to have his son removed from class when these topics were discussed. The school official refused to remove his son, and the dad refused to leave school property. They had him arrested.

He obviously just needs better advertising then. He should have called his actions a sit-in and claimed to be lodging a good, old fashioned civil rights protest. Let the liberals deal with being on the receiving end of their own tactics.

21 posted on 09/21/2005 7:45:43 PM PDT by fooblier
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To: TheBattman

"I just don't know what to say. This father is trying to protect his son from the extremely liberal and pro-homosexual agenda being taught in the school - BUT, why not withdraw his child from the school and enroll him in private school or home school?"

Why should this guy get smacked with property taxes and then with private tuition? He has a right to expect that his taxes will educate his child and that means reading, writing and math. Not some BS bogus cultural thing that some pervert holds dear. That's out of their scope and I hope he kicks their arses in court!


22 posted on 09/21/2005 7:47:24 PM PDT by WKUHilltopper
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To: fooblier

Note the links in my post above. There are many, many articles about this on FR.


23 posted on 09/21/2005 7:50:12 PM PDT by little jeremiah (A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, are incompatible with freedom. P. Henry)
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To: TheBattman

The pro-homosexualagendaites are postponing the trial until the man's son has been fully indoctrinated and it's too late to make any difference.


24 posted on 09/21/2005 7:59:02 PM PDT by F.J. Mitchell (Since our media now belongs to the world, it has no right to any knowledge about our business.)
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To: fooblier
The child is a 6 yr old "kindergartner". The father was in jail overnight. Lexington "luvs" diversity even though there are only Imported (that's METCO in MA) Black children for the most part, lot's of GLT families though.
The best part is that they have the highest per capita income in these parts AND the cheapest full serve gas in the state.
Go figure...

Liberalism is for the looniest
25 posted on 09/21/2005 8:06:56 PM PDT by acapesket (never had a vote count in all my years here)
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To: TheBattman
"But at the same time, the district attorney involved in the case is running for State Attorney General. Camenker feels the D.A. does not want to make "a big deal" of this case."

Believe me, the above is also a reason for the postponement as well.

26 posted on 09/21/2005 8:07:33 PM PDT by TAdams8591
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To: Balding_Eagle

Unless these types of lawsuits (and there are a satchel full) begin to go for big dollars they will fought over and over again. No one but us will pay any attention to how they come out.They need to tie $10 million to this.

You are so right and I have been saying this for five years. In my professional journals there are little and big articles about lawsuit wins and what happened and how to avoid...

Watch this man lose his job.


27 posted on 09/21/2005 8:08:34 PM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: TheBattman

"get his son opted out"

I may have missed some thing just how did he try to opt out the kid.Did he arrive and become hostile or defensive in the eyes of liberal school office staff.A staff the responds in lock step to the mind set of the community and no matter how it played out it would be just that.
If so they are using that for the no Tresp ord.


28 posted on 09/21/2005 8:09:44 PM PDT by CGASMIA68
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To: F.J. Mitchell

The pro-homosexualagendaites are postponing the trial until the man's son has been fully indoctrinated and it's too late to make any difference.


Just like at Terri Shiavo's deathwatch, I dont see hundreds and thousands of Christians and other Conservatives pouring in to suppport this guy. And that is why we are going to lose.


29 posted on 09/21/2005 8:11:32 PM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: TheBattman; Cicero

Why should Christians abdicate the public square and withdraw into some dhimmi ghetto ? Why should we not demand that our principles be respected in public education ?

No one is asking the schools to teach religion. Just not to treat it with open contempt.


30 posted on 09/21/2005 8:12:12 PM PDT by Sam the Sham (A conservative party tough on illegal immigration could carry California in 2008)
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To: t1b8zs

never mind just read 19


31 posted on 09/21/2005 8:13:41 PM PDT by CGASMIA68
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To: TheBattman
"But at the same time, the district attorney involved in the case is running for State Attorney General. Camenker feels the D.A. does not want to make "a big deal" of this case."

Believe me, the above is also a reason for the postponement as well.

You ask some good questions. The child is in kindergarden. Why don't they just remove him from the school?

32 posted on 09/21/2005 8:15:04 PM PDT by TAdams8591
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To: TheBattman
Mr. Parker was transferred to MA with his company. He hasn't lived in MA that long. I have forgotten what he does for a living, but it isn't exactly big bucks. I'm not sure he can afford to send his child to private school. My feeling is, it's the principal of the thing. This shouldn't be going on in the nations schools, it's not about "safe schools", as the activists claim, and I am pretty sure I read that he feels strongly, that this should be made widely public. The children of MA and the children of America, are at stake, not just his own.

He made no threats, he was not combative in the least, in fact he was very polite. But firmly stated, after months of trying to get answers from this school, and getting the run around, he wasn't leaving to let them give him the run around again. I applaud Mr. Parker, it's about time SOMEONE stood up to these activists! I only wish every parent in MA did, instead of being more interested in just going with the flow to keep the status quo.
33 posted on 09/21/2005 8:19:18 PM PDT by gidget7 (Get GLSEN out of our schools!!!!!!)
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To: Chickensoup

The principal will lose his job? That would be great news, and send a message.


34 posted on 09/21/2005 8:19:37 PM PDT by Balding_Eagle (God has blessed Republicans with really stupid enemies.)
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To: TheBattman
I clicked the link you provided within the article.

There is no question they are seeking to indoctrinate these children. It is obvious in the book the kindergardners are given in school.

35 posted on 09/21/2005 8:19:54 PM PDT by TAdams8591
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To: Cicero
In MA, the option for parent to opt out, is the law.

Currently there is a bill in the legislature to afford parents more rights, by requiring them to "opt in" instead. This would prevent any child who doesn't have a parental consent signed, from attending any such teaching.

Needless to say, it hasn't come up for a vote, and the left wing kooks don't want it to be voted on.
36 posted on 09/21/2005 8:23:03 PM PDT by gidget7 (Get GLSEN out of our schools!!!!!!)
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To: TheBattman

I wonder how many more kids will be recruited into being willing butt slaves while this trial drags out?


37 posted on 09/21/2005 8:26:24 PM PDT by Some Fat Guy in L.A.
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To: TheBattman
I threatened a lawsuit, and got backing from the special services people in the district when my wife was told she was banned from the site our son attended. They immediately rescinded the ban.

If I were this guy, I'd at least try to sue the school itself, the district, and the administrators, individually and severally. That would at least get their attention. Considering the subject, I'd probably also try for a civil-rights case against them, both for trying to suppress MY freedom of speech, and also for preventing my free exercise of franchise. Get the feds in on it, that would. Ban me from a polling, place? I think not.
38 posted on 09/21/2005 8:27:09 PM PDT by Old Student (WRM, MSgt, USAF(Ret.))
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He didn't violate any order, he hasn't been to the school since it happened.

Maybe that's not what you meant?? Anyway, he was there for a meeting, and refused to leave when they got snotty and told him the meeting was over, without resolving his request that the law be followed.
39 posted on 09/21/2005 8:27:10 PM PDT by gidget7 (Get GLSEN out of our schools!!!!!!)
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To: fooblier

Hard to believe, yes, but............believe it. It's exactly what happened. The administrators and teachers say "it's legal now, get over it."


40 posted on 09/21/2005 8:28:36 PM PDT by gidget7 (Get GLSEN out of our schools!!!!!!)
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To: TheBattman

Take the kid out of school and get the hell out of Romneyland.

There is no saving Assachussets.


41 posted on 09/21/2005 8:31:28 PM PDT by the gillman@blacklagoon.com (North American Community. What's yours is theirs.)
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To: gitmo

http://www.article8.org/docs/news_events/parker/main.htm

hard to believe this is the u.s. of a.


42 posted on 09/21/2005 9:02:26 PM PDT by kpp_kpp
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To: fooblier; A. Pole
A civil rights approach would not work. The gaysbians claim that THEIR cause is about "civil rights", and that's what the press and the pundits believe and publish.

This case has attracted national attention (including on FR)--it's not just about Massachusetts!! Gaysbian teachers and school administrators claim, "we're legal now" because of "gay marriage". (So much for the BOGUS claim that same-sex "marriage" "doesn't threaten heterosexual marriage", etc.) But the basic truth is that small children are just not ready to learn about the gaysbian world before they know thing one about heterosexual sex.

Nevertheless, gaysbian teachers and activists want to indoctrinate and sexualize children from an early age. That is just plain satanic!!!!

43 posted on 09/21/2005 9:14:24 PM PDT by Honorary Serb (Kosovo is Serbia! Free Srpska! Abolish ICTY!)
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To: Chickensoup

Losing is not an option.


44 posted on 09/21/2005 9:22:34 PM PDT by F.J. Mitchell (Since our media now belongs to the world, it has no right to any knowledge about our business.)
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To: F.J. Mitchell

Losing is not an option.


No, it will be a reality. The lack of passion about social issues in the conservative community is shocking. I think conservatives have been indoctrinated.


45 posted on 09/22/2005 3:16:10 AM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: gidget7

So, who has put together an aid fund for this man and his family to support him, especially when he loses his job.


46 posted on 09/22/2005 3:17:30 AM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: Balding_Eagle

The principal will lose his job? That would be great news, and send a message.



No the father will lose his job. Just wait and see.


47 posted on 09/22/2005 3:18:40 AM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: Honorary Serb

A civil rights approach would not work. The gaysbians claim that THEIR cause is about "civil rights", and that's what the press and the pundits believe and publish.

Civil Rights issues do work here. When one gives it back religious rights trump...so far.


48 posted on 09/22/2005 3:21:21 AM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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To: Chickensoup
No the father will lose his job. Just wait and see.

I don't know what the father does for a living. If he's in the private sector he may not. Public sector, odds are against him.

49 posted on 09/22/2005 4:20:49 AM PDT by Balding_Eagle (God has blessed Republicans with really stupid enemies.)
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To: Balding_Eagle

I don't know what the father does for a living. If he's in the private sector he may not. Public sector, odds are against him.

Having watched organized homosexuals boycott and attack a private sector business when the employee's wife tried to fight back was an education for me.

He lost his job for not many small or medium sized and darn few large companies can stand that sort of assault.


50 posted on 09/22/2005 4:45:27 AM PDT by Chickensoup (Mmmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good!)
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