Now the lawsuits are arriving about Florida’s parental rights bill. The claim is that it violates the free speech rights of teachers who want to teach homosexuality to 5 year old children.

For the reasons that I discuss in this post, I disagree.

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BobF · March 31, 2022 at 12:05 pm

I think the lawsuits, seemingly destined for failure as I agree with you, may actually be beneficial. Once the cases are settled the way will be clear, or at least more inviting, for other states to follow with their own child-protective measures.

Big Ruckus D · March 31, 2022 at 5:53 pm

Keep lists of the plaintiffs – and their attornies – in these cases. Add any judges who rule in their favor or issue injunctions as well. They get dealt with first. Examples will have to be made, and who better to use in driving home the point than these execrable, disgusting perverts?

Abomination Of Desolation · March 31, 2022 at 6:43 pm

Joe Joe the clown is going all in on the trans circus freaks and it is important to Dingle Barry Soetoro for some reason. (wink)

Paulb · March 31, 2022 at 7:32 pm

Remember, save and disseminate the names of people who want to be free to talk about sex with your 5 year old without you being in the room. For future reference.
That is all I will say on the matter.

TRX · April 3, 2022 at 5:59 pm

> free speech

You have “free speech” in public. On your employer’s time, you STFU.

If they had teachers who were teaching Adam Smith and Jeff Cooper, there’d be no question that they should be instantly fired and blackballed.

It’s.. almost like a double standard, wot?

    Divemedic · April 3, 2022 at 9:03 pm

    Not exactly. A private sector employer can fire you for what you say, even when you are off the clock. A public sector employer, being the government, usually cannot.

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