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Stephen Colbert Wants ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Senator To Become President (Video)

by David Badash on February 9, 2013

in News,Politics

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Stephen Colbert this week “endorsed” Tennessee State Senator Stacey Campfield for president, based on his “Don’t Say Gay” bills and a bill that would reduce welfare payments to families if their children do poorly in school.



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BJLincoln February 9, 2013 at 1:55 pm

Campfield is a closet case. This bill has no more chance as the last one did.

I do however believe he is on to something with the parents paying for school.
As a teacher I have seen many kids that would do better in school if the parents would just help by giving them space and time to do homework or punishment for bad grades. I think that a free education is a gift and if you refuse to do your best and/or the parents are not doing their job, the parents can pay for the kids having to repeat classes. If done by a case by case, they will find that many of the failing issues would clear up if the have to pay for it the second time around.
There are kids that have real problems that could be excused from payng but not as many as you think.
The parents not doing their job if part of why homework is not being assigned as much as it was.
I do not think Campfields idea is good or will work.

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