Parental rights bill

junior1

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I just read where Jen psaki broke down in tears when talking about Florida's bill. Ok, she's upset and has said "people will die" because of this bill.
Now it's been quite a while since I was in grades k through 3, but I remember enough to state that lessons on gender identity and sex were not part of the curriculum. We we more about numbers, letters, writing, reading, math and boring things like that. We knew boys and girls were different - girls had long hair and wore dresses. Somehow we survived.
Elementary education has been around for decades and we haven't seen the necessiity to teach gender identification and sex in kindergarten or grades 1-3 until now. And if we don't teach it people will die?
I have to admit, I don't understand!
 

LioninHouston

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Think of it this way. The left immediately looks to ways they can make everything Republicans do seem racist, sexist, homophobic, etc. . That is their default position and it doesn’t have to be logical in any way. Logic is not even a consideration. The base they appeal to is only interested in emotion. They love the feels. They can’t even define a woman anymore.
 
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Obliviax

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I posted last week that the GOP feels that they have the left over the barrel and would push this issue big time. Regardless of your views on Trans and CRT, does a parent have a right to his/her voice on what is taught in a mandatory and tax-paid public school? Seems like a pretty easy answer. Yet, the left is moving at break speed to do whatever they want and silence the parents. Coupled with the recent spate of child porno and #metoo, seems like a very easy answer.

What issue is next? Seems like a very Soviet or CCP thing to do. Make kids got to a mandatory school and then things that the parents don't want to be taught.
 

Jerry

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I just read where Jen psaki broke down in tears when talking about Florida's bill. Ok, she's upset and has said "people will die" because of this bill.
Now it's been quite a while since I was in grades k through 3, but I remember enough to state that lessons on gender identity and sex were not part of the curriculum. We we more about numbers, letters, writing, reading, math and boring things like that. We knew boys and girls were different - girls had long hair and wore dresses. Somehow we survived.
Elementary education has been around for decades and we haven't seen the necessiity to teach gender identification and sex in kindergarten or grades 1-3 until now. And if we don't teach it people will die?
I have to admit, I don't understand!

If you try to figure this stuff out using logic, reason, and the common sense of human experience, you'll never understand. Evil has its own logic and reason.

Jen Psaki is a spokesperson for the Party that now considers grooming children a fundamental right...on par with killing babies in the womb. Anyone who opposes such things or considers it grotesque that a grown-up would shed tears over them has no place in the Dem-Media Party. Only those who are complicit...or fools...remain Dem-Media members at this point.

Jen Psaki is an agent of evil. Whether she is a witting or unwitting agent of evil is an interesting academic question, but at the end of the day there is no practical difference...no more than whether the "Good Germans" were witting or not as to the evil being done in their names. When all is said and done, there remain only two moral categories: those who know; and those who choose not to know.
 
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