The curriculum was designed because of the lawsuit that David Parker and the Wirthins brought against the town.
An Internet radio talk show host based out of New Jersey has threatened the superintendent of schools in Lexington over the new diversity curriculum in town.
He is urging listeners and readers of his Web site to use force and violence against Paul Ash.
And it should be no surprise that David Parker has not condemned the threats against Ash (after all, he held up in an elementary school until police arrested him) and justified the anger:
Should there be a show of force against this, yes. But violence at this time is not the answer," Parker said.
Hmm..."violence at this time is not the answer", er, David, violence is NEVER the answer. And talking about same sex families is no more talking about sex than talking about opposite sex families.
Of course, MassResistance, a recognized hate group, has gotten into the act and instead of condemning the threats just whines about the media not taking supposed threats against the Parkers seriously (did they ever contact the police?), again, no talk about all threats being bad. Tsk, tsk.
Luckily, Superintendent Paul Ash will not give in to the threats of violence and intimidation by the right wing anti-gay bigots on this.