About a dozen members of Congress have written President Obama, strongly suggesting the administration lose Kevin Jennings, a homosexual activist who was appointed to supervise the Education Department's Office of Safe Schools.
-- From "Congress to president: Lose 'safe school' chief" © 2009 WorldNetDaily 10/10/09
In a letter signed by U.S. Reps. Doug Lamborn of Colorado, Steve King of Iowa, Duncan Hunter of California, Darrell Issa of California, Paul Broun of Georgia, Joe Pitts of Pennsylvania and others, the authors point out Jennings "has played an integral role in promoting homosexuality and pushing a pro-homosexual agenda in America's schools."
"We respectfully request that you remove Kevin Jennings, the Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, from your administration," the members wrote. "It is clear that Mr. Jennings lacks the appropriate qualifications and ethical standards to serve in this capacity."
"Throughout his career, Mr. Jennings has made it his mission to establish special protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered students to the exclusion of all other students," the letter said.
"There is more to safe and drug free schools than can be accomplished from the narrow view of Mr. Jennings who has, for more than 20 years, almost exclusively focused on promoting the homosexual agenda."
The members of Congress also pointed out that troubling was Jennings' "self-described history of ignoring the sexual abuse of a child." They cited his reference in his book, "One Teacher in Ten," about a 15-year-old student confiding in him that he had a sexual relationship with a much older man. Jennings response was to ask whether a condom had been used.
"As a mandatory reporter, Mr. Jennings was required by law to report child abuse, including sex crimes," the members of Congress said.
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