John Edwards and Dems – “Yes, Absolutely!” Schools Should Teach Your 7-Year Old About Gay Sex Lifestyle

At last week’s Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire, moderator Tim Russert asked John Edwards, Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton whether they’d be comfortable having the story — called “King & King” — read to their children in school. “King & King” is a fairy tale about a prince whose mother pressures him to find a princess but who ends up falling in love with and marrying the brother of one of the with the prospective brides.

Edwards gave the first and most definitive answer — a resounding and instant “yes, absolutely” — although he added that it “might be a little tough” for second-graders.

“I don’t want to make that decision on behalf of my children,” he said. “I want my children to be able to make that decision on behalf of themselves, and I want them to be exposed to all the information, even in — did you say second grade? Second grade might be a little tough, but even in second grade to be exposed to all those possibilities, because I don’t want to impose my view. Nobody made me God.”

Apparently nobody made John Edwards a parent either. He doesn’t want his children to be influenced by his personal views. No, he wants his 7 and 9 year olds to make their own decisions. Unless Edwards’ two kids are different from everybody’s else’s kids, they can’t even decide whether they like strawberry ice cream better than chocolate. And yet John Edwards wants them to decide their views on homosexual relationships on their own…with input from their second grade teacher, of course.

Obama agreed with Edwards and revealed that his wife has already spoken to his 6- and 9-year-old daughters about same-sex marriage.

Clinton said she respects the viewpoints of Obama and Edwards, but she sidestepped the question of whether she’d be comfortable having a storybook like “King & King” read to her own child at that age.

The degree to which ultra-liberal Democrats like Edwards and Obama have become so out of step with the average American is remarkable only in their blindness to see it.

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