Monday, December 07, 2009

It's Bad Enough We Let Them In School. We Have To Drive Them Back And Forth Too?

You know the schools are in pretty bad shape when it's left to the bus drivers to protect us from the homo invasion.
A cell phone video of a Lansing School District bus driver harassing a student about her sexual orientation has legislators, gay activists and anti-bullying advocates crying foul.
Oh sure, take the side of some geeky teenager against Bus Drivers For Jesus.
Chinea Larkin, the 10th grade student of the district, told the station: “When I got off the bus, I stood up and was about to get off the bus, she was like, ‘now you can get your gay self off my bus.’ Well, she said ‘get your gay tail off my bus.’”
Henh henh. She said 'tail.'
In the video, the unidentified woman bus driver can be heard saying to Larkin: “Hopefully you and your little girlfriend don’t get lost in your unsaved lives.”
Darn straight. It says right in Paul's second letter to the Village People, "Let them lesbos walk their swishy little behinds back and forth to school, for only the righteous shall ride and moon passing cars."

Lansing School officials announced that the bus driver was on administrative leave in the hope that this will all blow over. "Hey, come on. It's just a little name calling," said one district spokesperson who asked to remain anonymous. "It's not like there's been any harm done or anything."

Kevin Epling, the co-director of BullyPolice U.S.A. an anti-bullying program is a member of the Safe Schools Coalition which has been working for nearly a decade to pass comprehensive anti-bullying legislation in the state of Michigan. Epling is involved because his son, Matt, committed suicide after being the victim of bullying and the legislation is named Matt’s Law after the East Lansing teen.
Oh. Yeah. Well, there is that, huh Mr. Spokesperson? Wonder why we can't get a law protecting these kids.
The law came close to passing the Michigan Senate during the lame duck session nearly a year ago, but it died when Sen. Alan Cropsey, a Republican from DeWitt, refused to allow the Republican-controlled Senate to vote on the compromise bill pending before the chamber. It passed the Michigan House earlier in the year.
"Don't much like the homos," Mr. Cropsey told reporters.
“This incident in Lansing is an example of why anti-bullying laws are needed in our schools in Michigan. Bullies come in all sizes; it’s extra insidious when it is an adult against a child,” said Alicia Skillman, executive director of the Detroit-based Triangle Foundation.
"Yeah, but it's a gay child," Cropsey added. "It's not like she's going to grow up and do anything important or anything"
Carol Wood, an at-large Lansing City Council member said she was “saddened” by the event, but joined Penny Gardner, president of the Lansing Association for Human Rights, in applauding the other students on the bus, including the youth who video taped the incident. “These students should be commended for the fact they stood up for one of their own and said this is absolutely not acceptable,” Wood said.
"What? The kids came to the defense of that little lesbo?" Cropsey asked. "See? See how deeply the homosexual agenda has penetrated our schools? Why, in my day we'd a beat them homo germs right outta that girl."

Well, on the bright side Mr. Cropsey, when Jesus returns at least we'll all be properly dressed and the country will be very neat.


YogaforCynics said...

Can't say I'm surprised to see Republicans opposing anti-bullying legislation, and not just because of homophobia. It takes little more than a glance at the behavior of O'Reilly, Hannity, Limbaugh, Coulter and the like to see that the heroes of the Republican masses are essentially adolescent bullies all grown up without having matured a bit.

Seeing Eye Chick said...

You said Homo and Penitrate in the same sentence.

Tee Hee!

I wish I could act surprised. But Adults bullying Children is something I have seen often--gay or not. Good for the kids on that Bus!
And agreed--YogaforCynics. So much of what comes from the Republican Party is bullying, and has been since W took office, and with increased shrillness, when no Republican was chosen to replace him.