It involves the so-called "Safe Schools" czar, Kevin Jennings and the material he and his group GLSEN have promoted for inclusion in classrooms, as well as to children outside of the classroom.
This is GP's most recent posting on the subject, as well as a list of previous articles. What Jennings and GLSEN are promoting goes far beyond any "tolerance," or a "live and let live" attitude toward homosexuals. Instead, it is outright promotion of graphic sexual practices like "fisting," porn, and giving lists of gay-bars to children.
Normal people would be rightfully repulsed and angered at this type of indoctrination to young children. Liberal Obama goose steppers aren't, however, and are defending Jennings.
Hoft links to the George Soro$ funded Media Matters, and a series of articles they've done at their website defending the latest of Obama's un-Constitutional czars.
Joining in the defense of Jennings is a washed up jazz guitarist turned hippie bicycle riding, beach photo taking, libel blogger, Charles "Icarus" Johnson of Little Green Fascists.
Little Green Footballs?
In typical knee-jerk fashion, "Icarus" dismisses the concerns about Jennings, calling those who are critical of the czar "homophobic." Icarus, who thinks the right is made up of closet Nazis, once again uses Media Matters as a reference, never mind that their sugar daddy, George Soro$, admittedly aided the Nazis during World War II.
I guess "Icarus" doesn't have children to understand how parents would feel having their young children hear this extreme and graphic practices in their classrooms. After all, Chuckles the Clown was too busy playing surf-guitar lines for George Duke, smoking "little green friends" (having been a semi-pro musician, I can attest to the number of musicians I've met who have serious drug & alcohol problems) to have and care for children.
But what does LGF think of those creationists? GET THEM THE HELL OUT OF THE CLASSROOM! We can't have those Bible thumping, religious nuts proselytizing in the classroom, according to "Icarus" Johnson the Christian-hater.
Safe schools, for whom?
Oh, by the way, Johnson, you never really were part of the right anyway.