I Call Negligence

Bland and ineffective advice, from this self-appointed guru, about how to 'deal' with school bullies. Little children should never ever have to bear this burden in the name of faux academics and faux socialization. Odd, how she couldn't say one word about the moral, safe, and economic alternative to bullying (homeschooling) especially since her own son was a home scholar.

Still ... it's one thing to dispense free bad advice about bullies, it's another to pass bad laws.

In New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie, recently signed an anti-bullying bill that is being touted as "the toughest of its kind in the nation." Various conservative pro-family organizations and religious leaders campaigned against the bill. Why? The vigilant Brian Camenker, of MassResistance, says the legislation was "written and tirelessly lobbied for by New Jersey Equality, the state's major homosexual group."

Greg Quinlan, of the New Jersey Family Policy Council, released the following statement: "This legislation is very bad. It really is the LGBTIQ* indoctrination and protection act." Quinlan, et. al., was especially concerned about the "Week of Respect" mandate which promotes gay marriage.

Rabbi Yehuda Levin (pictured below), of the Rabinnical Alliance of America, stated that the bill is "a pernicious hijacking of the bullying problem to promote the militant homosexuality agenda and the State-sponsored bullying of defenseless, Bible-adherent school-children."

For shame, Gov. Christie!

*stands for lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/intersexed/questioning

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