Obama has much more planned for US elementary education than his “Barack Hussein Obama mmm mmm mmm” state indoctrination song, it would appear. How does “queering elementary education” sound, mom and dad?
Obama’s recently appointed (without congressional review) “Safe Schools” czar Kevin Jennings wrote the forward to “Queering Elementary Education,” but his credentials don’t stop there. Obama’s other communist partner, Bill Ayers, was quoted on the jacket of this same indispensable tome. Another home run for the Obama comrades.
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Story here: Obama appointee lauded NAMBLA figure
Kevin Jennings, President Obama’s Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education, is in hot water this week for having failed to report that a 15-year-old sophomore student in his school had told him of having sex with an older man.
But failure to report what appeared to be a case of statuatory rape of a child may be the least of Jennings’ worries. Lori Roman of Regular Folks United points to statements by Jennings a decade or more ago when he praised Harry Hay of the North American Association for Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), which promotes the legalization of sexual abuse of young boys by older men.
Roman provides damning details and links here. She also notes that Jennings wrote the forward “to a book called Queering Elementary Education. And another fellow you may have heard of wrote one of the endorsements on the book jacket—Bill Ayers.” Ayers, of course, is the Weather Underground bomber from the 1960s who is just an “acquaintance” of Obama.
Every presidential administration ends up with scandals inspired by controversial appointees, but typically those tend to revolve around financial improprieties, conflicts of interest, or some other form of white-collar misconduct. For Obama, the scandals seem to be developing in a pattern of disclosures revolving around radical left ideology that raises questions about their fitness for any job in government.
And that in turn raises the inevitable question: Is nobody minding the White House personnel store?