Monday, October 12, 2009

Help Remove (Un)Safe School Czar Kevin Jennings

With each new nominee in the Obama Administration comes more and more revelations on how they seek to undermine America's morals and economy. However no Administration official is more deserving of removal than Kevin Jennings, whom President Obama put forth to run his Safe Schools program at the Department of Education. What is Mr. Jennings' definition of a "safe school?"

He has proudly boasted of an incident (when he was a teacher) in which upon learning that a young boy in his class was having sex with a much older man, he did nothing to discourage him. The only advice this future "Safe Schools" czar gave the young boy was "be sure to bring a condom."

Additionally, according to Mr. Jennings, it is heterosexuality that is the problem in our schools.

In a speech that Kevin Jennings gave to a group in Iowa, he said, "Every time kids read Romeo & Juliet or they're urged to go to the prom or whatever it is, kids are aggressively recruited to be heterosexual in this country." Recruited to be heterosexuals? Does Kevin Jennings actually believe that a child's sexual orientation is the product of some educational conspiracy? The only conspiracy I'm aware of is Jennings' attempt to indoctrinate kids with a pro-homosexual agenda.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) agrees. Earlier this week, he launched a campaign to oust Jennings (and his radical record) from the Department of Education. In a letter that he's circulating to his House colleagues, Rep. King tells the President, "There is more to safe and drug-free schools than can be accomplished from the narrow view of Mr. Jennings who has, for more than 20 years, almost exclusively focused on promoting the homosexual agenda."

He's taken up our cause -- now let's help him advance it. Contact your congressmen today and urge them to sign on to Rep. King's letter.

Thank you and God bless you.

Contact Your Representative Today

Sincerely,
Tony Perkins
President
Family Research Council
801 G Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
P: 202/393-2100 or 800/225-4008
W: frc.org

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