Jennings is not new to controversy. In his own words he promotes homosexuality in schools as "safety."
Everything in the article is EASILY verified by googling. Posting "it is a lie" or "smear tactics" will not make you look very intelligent. If you don't believe the article do some research.
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Your reply does not make any kind of sense. You should know it is against cafemom guidelines to post somebody's screen name.
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Answer by 29again at 3:37 PM on Dec. 14, 2009
While I don't actually have a problem with my kids learning that there are all types of family's in this world. Nor do I usually agree with cencorship especially with regards to literature; however when they start to discuss "assigning" these items to children to be read as a class assignment I'm going to have a very big issue. Not because of homosexuality in any way; but because of the extreme graphic nature of the texts; you might as well be reading Penthouse Letters!
Sorry but that's inappropriate for any child of any age to read at the direction of a teacher!!
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