John McCain is a Dirty Old Man

McCain has approved yet another message:

Obama’s one accomplishment? Legislation to teach “comprehensive sex education” to kindergartners. Learning about sex before learning to read?

Using the rhetorical question makes it all ok, right?

The Obama campaign’s response:

“It is shameful and downright perverse for the McCain campaign to use a bill that was written to protect young children from sexual predators as a recycled and discredited political attack against a father of two young girls – a position that his friend Mitt Romney also holds. Last week, John McCain told Time magazine he couldn’t define what honor was. Now we know why.”

It’s bad enough that McCain and Palin lie repeatedly on the trail, that he has been a copy cat for some time now, and that he’s tried to turn Obama’s posititives into negatives, but could he sink any lower?

Country first, my ass.  McCain first and always.  Contrary to what most think, I think McCain doesn’t want to appear without Palin because hardly anyone would show up — just like before.  It must be tough on the old guy.  His pick is far more popular than he is.

My hope is that this election doesn’t turn out to be a popularity contest.

I’ve never been more disgusted with McCain.

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7 responses to “John McCain is a Dirty Old Man

  1. You are a left wing pervert if you think sex education should be mandatory for little kids. The left is all about indoctrination, in every evil way imaginable, they are trying to get your kids early, while they are impressionable.

  2. You are a dumbass.

    If you think teaching children how to avoid child predators is “leftist” , you would be wrong. All parents want their children to learn about the dangers of sexual predators.

    Seriously, did your parents or teachers not give you that lesson when you were little?

  3. The Obama campaign should ask “Why doesn’t John McCain want children to know about Bad Touching?”

  4. Exactly. I am so sick of this lying. Even when people call them on it again and again, they just keep lying.

    It’s pathalogical.

  5. I’m actually a big fan of age appropriate sex/reproductive education from where babies come from in 1st and 2nd grade to how they get there (before 10% of the class is sexually active), to sexually transmitted disease (before 25% are sexually active) to prenatal and maternal health and care of babies. If they don’t get it at school, they might get it from their parents, but do their parents know about folic acid and iron deficiencies during pregnancy, or why breast feeding is superior to formula, or when a baby’s fever becomes dangerous?

    The sex part could allow the parents to opt out, but the pregnancy and child care should be mandatory and should occur before the dropout rate goes up.

  6. I am, too. We can’t depend on all parents being informed enough to teach their children everything. The children shouldn’t have to pay a high price simply because their parents are unwilling or unable to appreciate the dangers.

    And one point you made me think about — with the opt out option, even if parents take it, they are at least made aware of the fact that their children need to be taught about predators, sexually transmitted diseases and so on.

  7. Not to mention, their classmates will happily fill them in, hopefully with better info than I got from MY classmates back in the day

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