you are right, had to look it up, it wasn't h im that said it, it was his interviewer, however, [stop]
However my ass. Yannow, it's becoming increasingly difficult to ignore a glaring blind spot you appear to possess.
Now, to play upon your stylings.
the media will make him and the tea party a laughingstock.
So? Tell us when hasn't the media ever tried to make anyone identified as a tea partier appear as a laughingstock. Either you believe the old media propaganda BS or you don't. To this very day nobody has been able to claim Breitbart's $100k reward for video evidence that any tea partier called John Lewis a quote "ni**er". That's because it never happened. Strong willed folk don't cave to fears of being called a "laughingstock" in the face of lies.
The company did not suggest that "engaging in that that type of behavior defines someone as the best and the brightest"
I'm not sure what planet you've been living on for the past 20 years, but corporate America sure as hell has been promoting the sodomite lobby agenda. And, guess what... Best and Brightest is the code for the agenda.
but is he going to try to tell me that there isn't a massive number of gay people who are extremely gifted in their fields?
Please do provide fact where that was stated anywhere by Mr. Glenn. Or, perhaps this is just an accidental "twist of meaning"? I'm sure you'll inform us with clarification as time permits.
Frankly, most in the more righteous than thou crowd pick and choose their belief's anyway. Abortion = Bad. Sodomy =
Bullshit. He's a loser. close-minded loser.
Alas! We have perhaps reached a common ground. Twisting of meaning is fun, isn't it?
Notice that ideology from the video is not just occurring in corporate America, that sodomite agenda is happening in our schools.
Jennings does not limit his promotion of homosexuality in schools only to high schools or middle schools. He wrote the foreword for a book titled Queering Elementary Education, which includes an essay declaring that "`queerly raised' children are agents" using "strategies of adaptation, negotiation, resistance, and subversion."
Perhaps the most dramatic illustration, however, of Jennings' unfitness for a "safe schools" post involves an incident when he taught at Concord Academy, a private boarding school in Massachusetts. In his book One Teacher in Ten (the title is based on the discredited myth, now abandoned even by "gay" activist groups, that ten percent of the population is homosexual), he tells about a young male sophomore, "Brewster," who confessed to Jennings "his involvement with an older man he met in Boston." But at a GLSEN rally in 2000, Jennings told a more explicit version of "Brewster's" story. Jennings here quotes the boy and then comments: "`I met someone in the bus station bathroom and I went home with him.' High school sophomore, 15 years old. That was the only way he knew how to meet gay people."
Did Jennings report this high-risk behavior to the authorities? To the school? To the boy's parents? No -- he just told the boy, "I hope you knew to use a condom." Sex between an adult and a young person below the "age of consent" (which varies from state to state) is a crime known as statutory rape, and some states mandate that people in certain professions report such abuse.
All endorsed and promoted by Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan. There it is as plain as day to see: For government to provide for us our rights, endowed by our creator must be removed - by any means necessary.
Well there's your problem, Jen.