Thursday, May 1, 2008

A win for us

Everyone send Principal Daphne Beasley a warm thank you email: She is the Memphis principal who rushed to the front line in the fight against the youth wing of the homocommunist death(-to-America) squads. Also, remember how wonderful Memphis is when planning a Jesus-compatible vacation.

Beasley asked her staff to give her the names of students who were couples, heterosexual and homosexual, because she wanted to keep an eye on them to cut down on public displays of affection.

So far so good. Kids must learn early that freedom means submitting to authority, not doing anything you want. Liberals would have the spoiled bastards copulating and fellating ten times a day.

She's accused of publicly posting the names of those students, including two boys, Andrew and Nicholas, who had just started dating. The ACLU says that in doing so, Beasley revealed their relationship to other students, teachers and even their parents.


Nicholas says his teachers and other students treat him differently as a result of Principal Beasley's decision and that he and Andrew have both had to deal with verbal assaults. Nicholas was also not allowed to go on a trip to New Orleans to help rebuild homes because, as one of his teacher's explained, he would "embarrass" the school by engaging in gay affection.

Thank. you. God. Finally, someone willing to stand up to the homosexual onslaught-- and an educator no less! If we are lucky, the other students will use creative means of divesting him from his gay and liberal sins.

"The constitution protects all of us from the government intruding in our private lives when there isn't a reason to do that. This was morally and legally wrong," said the ACLU harlot. If this is freedom, every last American should do what it takes to stop this organization dead in its tracks.