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Redefining Competence And Ethics In The Age Of Obama

Probably not too many of you have heard the name of Erroll Southers, but he is President Barack Obama's nominee to head up the Transporation Safety Administration (see Federal Times). As it turns out, once upon a time, Southers used his access to government records to spy on his ex-wife's boyfriend (see Washington Post). Unfortunately, that makes him a natural fit for the Obama administration. Not only does he have the Obama requisites of cheating and government Big Brother control, but he's not committing to rule out unionization at the TSA. So he has the radical ideological pedigree, too. That issue alone flipped the U.S. Senate to Republican control in the unprecedented 2002 mid-term election. It's not surprising that in an era when the treasury secretary cheated on his taxes (and a sycophant Senate cowed) and the president hired an avowed communist for his White House staff (Van Jones), among the many Maoists (Anita Dunn) and other controversial appointments, that this incident from Southers' past practically fails to register. After all, the only thing at stake is national security and individual liberty. Maybe if the administration cared more about real security threats than about appointing people with dubious backgrounds, President Obama's government would be less dysfunctional.

We're accustomed to liberal attempts to redefine the natural order of life. However, in the Age of Obama, those attempts no longer come through persuasion, but through power accumulated from corruption and incompetence purported to be the "best and brightest." 

First Van Jones, Now Kevin Jennings. One Was Stopped, So Can The Other!

President Barack Obama's selection to lead the federal Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools isn't your ordinary left wing radical. To paraphrase Mark Warner, he's not just that. Kevin Jennings has a history of verbally attacking Christians and has been part and parcel of radical homosexual groups. He founded the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, and served as its executive director until 2008. GLESN is primarily known for its institutionalization of so-called Gay Straight Alliances in many public schools, including middle and high schools in Virginia.

The Family Research Council has assembled a vast record of Jennings' own words and deeds, all of which make clear he is unfit for any office, much less one that has extensive oversight of American children and students. His agenda has little to do with the safety — instead, it puts children at serious physical, emotional and spiritual risk. Here are only a few examples:

In a 1995 speech, Jennings admitted that GLESN’s rhetoric about "safety" was a political device:

We immediately seized upon the opponent's calling card — safety . . . . [W]e automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and left them back-pedaling from day one.

In a 1997 speech, he spoke about actively "promoting" homosexuality:

We were busy putting out press releases, and saying, "We’re not promoting homosexuality, that’s not what our program’s about. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah." [But] being finished [with our efforts] might some day mean that most straight people, when they would hear that someone was promoting homosexuality, would say, "Yeah, who cares?" . . . That is our mission from this day forward.

Jennings also has a hateful bigotry toward Christianity. When talking about Biblical values and those who oppose the GSA agenda, he said those views are . . .

not-yet-fully evolved views maybe because of [their] proximity to the Everglades (from whose ooze [they] may have recently climbed), [but] I can't dismiss them as the ravings of a single troglodyte. Instead, they represent a classic example of how right-wing extremists continually try to mislead the public about the nature and purpose of GSAs.

If all this isn't enough, Jennings has admitted knowledge of a sexual relationship between a high school sophomore and an older man and did not report that statutory rape! (See FoxNews.com.) He also has admited that one of his idols is Harry Hay, a major supporter of the North American Man Boy Love Association (which wants to legalize adult men and boy unions). Furthermore, Jennings' only experience in education is in incorporating in it a homosexual agenda. (He penned a forward to a book about how to advance the homosexual agenda in schools).

First, President Obama appointed to his inner circle admitted communist and 9/11 "truther" Van Jones. But just as Jones was forced out, Jennings can be stopped as well (see ABCNews.com's Politcal Punch Blog). Learn what you can do to stop the appointment of Jennings, now! Click on  www.stopjennings.org and take action today!