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Lawmakers: Anti-Bullying Conference Bullies Conservatives, Christians

June56 Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 1:34 AM
A part of this makes no sense to me at all. Here we are adults and we are talking about and whining about being bullied. That is what the libtards do, that is what they will continue to do and as long as we react this way by whining and playing victim it will only get much worse. Just saw Dr. Ben Carson again and many need to take from his playbook. You see him very articulately, very calm voice, no foul language just tell it like it is and what has to be done about it, how to handle it. Can everybody grow a spine and stop acting like a bunch of school kids and address it and move on. I do agree - the taxpayer funds for the nonsense needs to stop.
Earl29 Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 8:55 AM
I don't consider it whining to point out that a bigot and a liar is a bigot and a liar.
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 10:44 AM
When the left does it, it is "speaking truth to power." When we do it, it is "whining."
June56 Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 12:42 PM
I agree with you there - it does need to be pointed out but when I say whining I mean just beating it to death. They are not going to change and I just think we play into their filthy garbage when we dwell on it. You got that right - no doubut about it bigot and liar - especially liar as they would probably drop dead on the spot if their ever told the truth.

A group of nearly two dozen Republican lawmakers is threatening to pull state funding from an Iowa community college unless they defund an anti-bullying program that the lawmakers say bullies Christians and conservatives.

The Des Moines Area Community College is one of several sponsors of the Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ Youth – scheduled to be held next week. The program was founded by Iowa Safe Schools.

The college’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter filed a Freedom of Information Act request and discovered that tax and tuition dollars were being used to cover the costs.

“It’s outrageous,” said Jake Dagel, chairman...