Liberals in Lexington, Mass., have taken to beating up the 7-year-old children of their political opponents.
This disgusting tactic should be featured on the front pages of every newspaper across the nation, yet you’ve heard nary a word about it.
Here are the specs:
A number of months ago, as first reported by yours truly, Superintendent Paul Ash decided to have his second-grade teachers begin reading a “fairy tale” about two princes getting it on homosexual style to be read in the classrooms under his direction. The book was called “King and King.”
In reaction, parents from the Estabrook School decided to plead with Ash as to whether this book should be allowed. The all-powerful Ash laughed and went on his way.
Somewhat disheartened by this response, the parents then made the completely over-the-top request of being notified when such material would be presented in the classroom – especially if it knowingly violated their conscience and their religious convictions.
Growing somewhat angry, the all-powerful Ash shot the parents a verbal middle finger by retorting, “Estabrook has no legal obligation to notify parents about the book. We couldn’t run a public school system if every parent who feels some topic is objectionable to them for moral or religious reasons decides their child should be removed. Lexington is committed to teaching children about the world they live in, and in Massachusetts same-sex marriage is legal.”
This profane sort of arrogance didn’t sit well with one of the parents by the name of David Parker. He went to the school to discuss it directly with Ash. When Parker refused to leave without being heard by the all-powerful Ash, he was arrested. Remember, Parker’s only request was to be notified when homosexuality or transgenderism was to be discussed.
Word spread amongst the liberal activist groups around the area. Nasty letters began to be written to local newspapers in an effort to get Parker to back down. When that didn’t work, a nasty website was created to spread the anti-Parker venom via the Internet and rally the call to other activist groups nationwide.
On the day of Parker’s hearing, the Ash/Nasty coalition turned out dozens of adults to demonstrate hate-filled nastiness against Parker as he entered and exited the courthouse – all in an attempt to get him to shut up. The nasties even convinced the school district to post anti-Parker newspaper stories on the bulletin boards throughout the schools as another means of intimidation.
None of it worked!
Instead, on April 27 Parker and another family from the school district filed a federal civil-rights suit against the school district. This made Ash and the other nasties even angrier, and some of them decided to get even.
At the courthouse hearings and many of the protests outside Parker’s home, the nasties had used children to hold up hateful signs and demonstrate alongside their nasty parents. They also recruited young children to participate in angry anti-Parker demonstrations outside the school and to engage in letter-writing campaigns.
But on May 17, they crossed the line.
That was the day that 10 of these thug-kins grabbed David Parker’s 7-year-old son, dragged him behind the corner of the school, well out of sight from school officials, and proceeded to punch him in the groin, stomach and chest, before he dropped to the ground when they then kicked and stomped on him. Several of the alleged thug-kins were children of the adults who had been protesting Parker, several of them not even in the same class as Parker’s child. It also needs to be pointed out that May 17 was a targeted date because that is the anniversary of changing the marriage definitions in the state of Massachusetts to include homosexual unions. Emotions among many activists were running very high on that day.
The school district “investigated” and did determine that the attack was pre-meditated. Shockingly, they decided no punishment necessary for the 10 thug-kins who were serving as political hit men for the activists in Lexington.
All of this happening because one father wished to reserve the right to teach his own family’s faith-based views on sexuality.
I support the lawsuit David Parker is bringing against Ash and the Estabrook School District. Standing up is always the right thing to do. His legal fees are growing, and if you are interested in making a donation to help – as I have – I would encourage you to. I would also encourage you to drop an e-mail to Paul Ash or place a phone call – either way, it is obvious that Ash believes that he is unaccountable to the parents of his district. Paul Ash’s e-mail address is [email protected]. His phone number at the school is (781) 861-2550.
It’s also very sad that Ash’s compadres have sunk to the level of assaulting the 7-year-old child of David Parker in their attempts to shut him up.
But then again, liberals don’t believe in absolutes, morality or the law – so why should we be surprised?
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