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April 29, 2005

Object to government schools recruiting your kid for homosexuals — get arrested

From WorldNetDaily:

David Parker, 42, confronted officials at Joseph Estabrook School in Lexington, Mass., Wednesday after his son brought home a copy of "Who's in a Family,'' a storybook that includes characters who are homosexual parents, the Boston Herald reported.

According to the report, Parker refused to leave a meeting after Lexington Superintendent Bill Hurley rejected his request that he be notified when his son is exposed to any discussion about same-sex households as part of classroom instruction.

Police arrested Parker for trespassing and he spent a night in jail before posting a $1,000 personal surety, Boston's WCVB-TV reported.

Dang, I'm glad I homeschool!

Of course this is Massachusetts, which has had a long history of using government schools to recruit for homosexuals, but idiocy like this can be found all over.

Coverage: insignificant thoughts, WizBang

Posted by Danny Carlton at April 29, 2005 08:46 AM

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Unfortunately, not all parents are able to home school.

All David Parker was doing was trying to exercise his rights - rights which are guaranteed him under Massachusetts law (the so-called "opt-out" law). Lexington chose to arrest him instead. Now they are using all of their considerable resources (money, people, media) to punish him to the fullest extent possible. A real "David v. Goliath" story.

To get more of the facts on this case, or to see what you can do to help the little guy win, go to

Posted by: Mike at August 13, 2005 04:58 PM

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