Published: Friday, Nov. 2 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
I think the Stuart Reid and the Eagle Forum should be required to come to my
house and teach me about sex. I don't know how I have survived till now.
This whole bill proposed by Reid stinks. It reminds me of earlier this year when
the Eagles Forum told our legislature to get rid of sex ed in public schools.
Luckily, the governor had the sense to veto it.Since the legislature
has done this sort of thing time and time again, I'm not sure I find
Reid's motives and noble. What are you really trying to accomplish?
How can we possibly expect teachers who are confused about their own sexuality
to teach the concept to students .... who aren't?
Chalk up one more absurdity from the Rifleboy.
The thing that irritates me the most is the arrogance that Mr. Reid and his ilk
demonstrate. They don't believe that parents and educators in this state
are capable of doing their jobs. He wants to elevate himself above the rest of
us and have all the glory given unto himself. Utahns need to ask themselves a
simple question, do we need more nanny government in our lives?Utah's legislature is constantly trying to invade our schools and homes.
They need to get their hands onto everything! More this more that. I'm
personally tired of the regulation, rules, and services that they keep enacting
at our expense! How about just enforcing and funding the already existing laws
and programs first before adding more? Do we want more nanny
government? No. As the letter writer already stated, these services,
programs, and information can already be found on the Internet. No need in
enacting more nanny government.
Everyday I'm reminded of hese self-righteous zealots who constantly
legislate morality.Viva Utah-liban!
@LDS LiberalYou can vote with your feet.Let Utah be
Utah, no one is forcing to live here, it is still a free country,
unless Obama, Bloomberg and other progressives and liberals take any more
control of our lives and our schools.That said, we do not need any
more state involvement into local education.
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