April 5, 2012

Gaystapo Sues Ohio School

The parade of the loud minority forcing others to accept their agenda continues. During a "Moment of Silence", a student wearing a pro-homosexual shirt was told that it was not appropriate, and to turn it inside out. A year later, school officials discover that they are being sued. You see, that's the way to get your agenda through: Ignore the will of the majority, then go to the lamestream media and leftist activist judges to help impose your will on the rest of the people. It works for homosexual activists, militant atheists, Obama zombies and others. The America of the Constitution is deteriorating. Rapidly.
An Ohio student's mother is suing his high school over administrators asking him to remove a T-shirt that read "Jesus is Not a Homophobe" during a "Day of Silence" observance.

The mother of Maverick Couch, 16, filed the suit against the Wayne Local Schools in United States District Court in Cincinnati. Couch is being represented by Lambda Legal, a nonprofit law firm that focuses on LGBT issues.

Wayne Local School District Superintendent Patrick Dubbs has decided to fight the suit in Court. In comments to media, he has questioned the true controversy of the matter.
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