Jim jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET
Wed May 25 04:20:04 MDT 2005

John wrote:
>     Lexington, Mass., father of 6-year-old arrested, spends night in
>     jail over objections to homosexual curriculum in son's kindergarten
>     class.


I am outraged but not surprised.  This is another case of the liberal
P.C. crowd who believe they know better than you how your children
should be raised.  They are so sure of this that they ignore your
complaints and will have you arrested if you insist on disagreeing with
them after they get tired of dealing with you.

At the bottom of the article I read that Governor Rommey in a public
statement said he supports the parents in this issue.  If he had any
testicular fortitude he would have pardoned David Parker.

This is yet another reason why I will not want any children if the day
comes that I am married.  Just look at some of the things parents today
have to protect their kids against:

Child molesters with their viagra paid for by the taxpayers

12 year old punks with guns or homemade bombs

Nazis in the schools who think it's their mission in life to turn the
children into carpet munchers or fudge packers

Fashion designers and clothing retailers whose mission in life is to
turn every girl into a slut by the time she's 8

I could go on, but you get the idea.  At the end of May 1978 when I was
10 my parents and I moved to Lukeville, a small town on the Mexican
border between Douglass and Yuma.  At some point that summer I decided I
wanted to ride my bicycle to the visitors center at the Organ pipe
cactus national monument.  This was a five mile trip uphill most of the
way.  I asked my mom and she said we would have to ask dad when he got
home.  Dad said it was ok, then he checked the bicycle to make sure
everything was in good shape.  Mom made sure I took a canteen full of
water with me.  The next morning mom told me to watch out for cars and
off I went.  I made it in one piece and stayed long enough to cool down
and refill the canteen, then I went home.

The next summer we found out about a pool in Sonoyta, the town on the
Mexican side.  It was about a mile and a half from home.  Sometimes mom
would take me there.  Other times she would let me walk there and back.

Other times some friends and I would go out in the desert for hours at a
time.  I would ask mom and she would say ok and tell me when to be back.

Can any of you imagine today allowing an 11 or 12 year old to take off
on a 10 mile bike ride by themselves?

Can you imagine allowing a child of the same age to go off playing with
friends for hours at a time not knowing where that child would be?

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