December 9th, 2009

Random thoughts of the day: SCC, Crimes & Czars

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By Emily Geiger

chungI wonder if David Chung is kicking himself now that Christian Fong is out of the governor’s race for resigning his seat on the State Central Committee to actively support Fong in the primary?

Speaking of the SCC, anybody heard a vote count on the ED election? It would be nice to know who had a back bone and who bent to the will of “The Chairman.” And no, I’m not talking about that guy from the Food Network and Dancing with the Stars.

Yeah, yeah, I know these election results are all supposedly “unanimous,” but come on… if you believe that, you probably also are convinced that global warming is a man-made phenomena, Barack Obama is as American as apple pie, and Mitt Romney is totally 100% pro-life.

Speaking of pro-life, anyone else find it ironic that while some people are killing their babies, others are faking pregnancies and trying to cut babies out of mothers so they can have one? What a crazy, messed up world we live in.

And speaking of crazy, I have a follow up to my previous post about Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar,” Kevin Jennings.

It seems that after Jennings’ organization was outed for promoting “fisting” to teenagers and he apologized and promised it would not happen again, exactly one year later at the same conference hosted by Tufts University (which high school students also attended), it happened again.

Kits of plastic gloves intended for “fisting” or oral sex were distributed at Planned Parenthood’s table in the lobby [to 400 students].

Public funds were used for the event with at least two school buses being used to transport students, from Methuen High School and Marblehead Public Schools. Adam Glick, Conference Coordinator, said he did not know how the buses were paid for. Other children were transported by public school teachers in private cars.

The private homosexual sponsor, GLSEN, is given state funds for many purposes and does not publicly report on how the money is spent.

There was a heightened sense of security with many Tufts campus police being highly visible in order to stop parents from seeing what occurred at the conference.

About the Author

Battleground Iowa
Emily Geiger writes from a conservative perspective on everything from politics to religion to pop culture. Like the original Emily of Revolutionary War era, this Emily is delivering important messages crucial to winning the raging war of the time, but today, this is a culture war rather than a traditional one. And, like the original Emily, sometimes it takes a woman to do (or say) that which lesser men lack the courage and tenacity to do.

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