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Old 12-11-2009, 10:51 AM
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"I could tell you several stories where I saw it personally, and a few where I was within the group where one or more gays were and thus ended up on the recieving end of one of the angry mobs."

Again, you are making some reference to an angry mob. Do you really understand what an angry mob is? It is a lot more than two or three people jumping on somebody. It is a riot. If you really are aware of some angry mob attacking homosexuals, then that is news and needs a reference. Even without a reference, an angry mob should evoke some solid memories about a place and a time.

I happen to know for a fact that many homosexuals like to make overt sexual displays for the explicit purpose of aggravating people. I have heard them discuss this and express amusement at the consequences -- at least when it doesn't lead to violence. Also known in San Francisco as "scaring the tourists".
Most of this happened 20 to 30 years ago, and there was not the availability of internet back then, so it's pretty hard to support. I suppose I could give it some thought and get back to you with more specifics.
In the meantime, I can concede that there have been angry mobs on both sides of the gay issue. On the quantity thing, I'd still have to say I've been there. I've been in the midst of what was probably around 100 people, but how many were inciting or spectating as opposed to how many were actually throwing things, kicking and punching, or otherwise assaulting, it's a little hard to say when you're just trying to stay in one piece and get out of the area. From memory, it seems like all of them since no one seemed to be asking for restraint.
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Thank you for posting this here. I wasn't aware of the full story and depth of this guys evil.
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Old 12-11-2009, 12:26 PM
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You know, somebody has to write and publish this stuff. It seems to me that if people are to get excited about it, the place to start is not the schools that consume it, but the people who produce it. Would it suprise anyone to learn that the publishers had their hands in other less wholesome enterprises like pornography? Schools don't write or publish textbooks.
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Old 12-11-2009, 12:42 PM
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You know, somebody has to write and publish this stuff. It seems to me that if people are to get excited about it, the place to start is not the schools that consume it, but the people who produce it. Would it suprise anyone to learn that the publishers had their hands in other less wholesome enterprises like pornography? Schools don't write or publish textbooks.
Publishers can publish what they want, it's their first amendment right. And I disagree with you on where and what will get people excited. I know for a fact that an informed parent is going to become much more active and voice their displeasure at those in charge if it directed at the school board which is local than a publishing house that may be thousands of miles away. I believe that Texas has a great deal to do with what text books our schools are receiving.

I'm just pleased that there is more focus on what our schools are doing, or should I say, not doing correctly. It all starts in our schools.
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Old 12-11-2009, 07:12 PM
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Publishers can publish what they want, it's their first amendment right. And I disagree with you on where and what will get people excited. I know for a fact that an informed parent is going to become much more active and voice their displeasure at those in charge if it directed at the school board which is local than a publishing house that may be thousands of miles away. I believe that Texas has a great deal to do with what text books our schools are receiving.

I'm just pleased that there is more focus on what our schools are doing, or should I say, not doing correctly. It all starts in our schools.
Sure, parents and anybody else who might be concerned don't know what's being published out there until they actually see a copy. And if parents don't have these weird programs in their schools, they won't appreciate what is going on. I haven't seen a copy of any of this stuff and I can't imagine where I might bump into one.

But, I think it is worthwhile to think all the way to the bottom of things. People can publish what they want to publish, but they don't have to publish what they find abhorent either. Some publisher out there looked at what one of their writers created and decided to publish it and this decision has its consequences in these troubled school districts. We deserve to know who these people are and why they think this kind of thing is acceptable, not to silence them against their right to free speech, but to get a better idea what is going on.
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This thread was 5 years ago. See a big change since Obama took office?
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This thread was 5 years ago. See a big change since Obama took office?
I don't see anything especially. Do you have some recent incidents in mind? Please share.
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Twoller, Where have you been? Nice to see you poke in.

What I was referring (regarding what a difference five years with Obama has made) to was the first original post. The school backed down on promoting the gay agenda, but today they wouldn't even consider backing down, they are pushing forward at high speed.
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