TN Closet Case Wants Closet Legislation

The legislation, Senate Bill 49, would make it illegal for teachers to discuss any sexual orientation or behavior other than heterosexuality before the ninth grade. The bill has come to be known by its critics as the “don’t say gay” bill.

The bill’s sponsor, Republican State Senator Sen. Stacey Campfield, said he was not homophobic….

“You teach about the Civil Rights Movement,” the state senator was asked. “Why not teach about the Gay Rights Movement?”

“Because they’re different types of movements,” Campfield responded. “If I want to talk about the bestiality movement, do you think we should be teaching that?”

I’d venture a guess that he has a few skeletons in his closet, and they are all likely singing show tunes.

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0 Responses to TN Closet Case Wants Closet Legislation

  1. Dimitrios says:

    Bet Campfield not only has skeletons in the closet, but his dog walks funny, too.

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  2. Reamus says:

    Ten,

    Passing through Tennessee on one of my excellent adventures right now. Even the whack jobs here think he’s crazy…course they have LOTS of local “talk” Christian radio here. Today’s topic seems to be the “under God” business in the Pledge which they have twisted as badly as their shorts.

    In TN, their may well be a beastiality movement…they seem to have lots of “movements” down here.

    Rgds,

    Reamus

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  3. yep – a disciple of George Rekers

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  4. Closet full of Beasties, say I!

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  5. nonnie9999 says:

    what kinda name is stacey for a man? sounds like a sissyboy to me!

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  6. Bruce388 says:

    Bestiality movement? Echos of Santorum’s Man on Dog comparison.

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