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Friday, April 06, 2012

Clearing up some confusion

There seems to be some misunderstanding as to another bill passed last night regarding sex education classes and my classroom protection act (misnamed "Don't say gay") bill.

While the sex ed bill was good in that it better set parameters for the actual sex education classes, it does not replace my classroom protection act bill in that my bill covers all other classroom communication and materials not covered in the sex education class.

The classroom protection act is different in that it would allow for filters to go back on school computers so that very young children would not have wide open access to all sorts of not age appropriate websites or other materials that may be handed out or made available to them. It also would keep teachers from requiring reading or delving into topics not laid out in the sex education classes just because they wanted to.

While what passed last night was good. It is not the end all be all.


  1. I don't know if it is what you post, or the software you use to post, or the software that runs your page, or your IP provider, but your Site is a dog when it comes to performance.

  2. Would you be against children reading a book where a child has two mothers?

    A simple yes or no will suffice.

  3. Yes...all throughout the Bible it says that, not being gay in itself, but living the homosexual lifestyle is a very grave sin.

    The Lord tells us this because He loves us.

  4. This is the bill that says holding hands is a gateway to sexual activity. So... Stacey... who's hand do you shake? 5 bucks says you have shaken hands with most other republicans in the senate. So, you have partaken in a gateway to sexual activity with lots of other republicans. How naughty.


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