Monday, December 14, 2009

A Fox Watching the Nation's Educational Henhouse: The case of Obama's Safe School Czar

A man who praised a famous and open advocate of pedophilia, who promotes child porn in the classroom, and who admits to not reporting a child predator is now Safe Schools Czar. Welcome to Obama's America.

These things have been known for long enough--if they haven't been known by administration officials for far longer--that the man should already have been run out of Washington and excluded from civilized society. That he hasn't is a measure of what the Obama administration and its defenders really care about. If a member of the Bush administration had had anything remotely close to this kind of record, it would have been a highly-publicized national scandal.

I have argued for years now that being gay basically gives you an excuse to do anything. I have called it "the Gay Pass." You can do the most despicable things imaginable, but, if you're gay, you get extra points for credit in your defense. Being gay allows you to be judged by lower moral expectations. This thesis is once again being proven by the Obama administration.

The fact that Kevin Jennings, former Executive Director of an organization called the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is still allowed to serve as Safe Schools Czar will just go down as another case in point in the case that gays are allowed to do things that most other civilized human beings would be run out of town on rail for.

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