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Friday, October 29, 2010

WHAT THE FUCK sorry not feeling it! ... sewed it REALLY???? looks like store tag still attached


CLINT MCCANCE TO QUIT anderson cooper reports his intent to resign

Anderson Cooper Interviewed McCance and he said he would resign. CLICK THE POST TITLE TO GO TO CNN and ANDERSON COOPER for FULL INTERVIEW.


Arkansas school board member to resign over anti-gay post

By the CNN Wire Staff
October 29, 2010 4:06 a.m. EDT
  • NEW: Clint McCance says his wife and children have left state over safety concerns
  • Clint McCance apologies for remarks, calls them "ignorant"
  • "I would never support suicide for any kids," he says after advocating suicide for homosexuals
(CNN) -- A school board district member in Arkansas who came under fire for an anti-gay post on a social networking site regrets the comments and will resign his seat, he told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday.
"I'm sorry I've hurt people with my comments," Clint McCance, vice-president of the Midland School District in Pleasant Plains, Arkansas said. "I'm sorry I made those ignorant comments and hurt people on a broad spectrum."
McCance wrote on his personal Facebook page that he wanted gay people to commit suicide, according to The Advocate, a newspaper focusing on gay news.
McCance used the terms "queer" and "fag" repeatedly, promised to disown his own children if they are gay and stated that he enjoys "the fact that [gay people] give each other AIDS and die."
On Thursday, he disowned the comments.
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"I would never support suicide for any kids," he said. "I don't support bullying of any kids."
"I'd like to extend apologies to those families that have lost children, for all those children who feel that suicide is the only way out, especially for the five families who have already lost children," he said, referring to a rash of recent suicides by gay teens. "I brought more hurt on them... they didn't deserve that and I do feel genuinely bad for them."
Though he disapproves of homosexuality, McCance said that "I give everyone a chance and try to love everyone."
McCance said that he has received an outpouring of criticism over his comments, including "thousands of phone calls, hate mails, people threatening to kill my family and me."
He said he has sent his wife and two kids out of the state because of fears for their safety and that he is installing a security system at his home.
"I'm reaping what I've sown," he told CNN. "I've had a lot of hate speech thrown at me and my family on every level."
He said he would resign from the school board to spare the district the bad press and distractions of dealing with the fallout from his comments. "If they decide after five or ten years to vote me back in, then I'll run again," he said.
McCance's comments had drawn criticism from education officials in his district and at the state level.
"I strongly condemn the statements that appeared on Mr. Clint McCance's Facebook page," Tom Kimbrell, Arkansas commissioner of education, said in a statement Wednesday. "... The statements attributed to Mr. McCance constitute a significant departure from statements we expect from our school leaders. The divisiveness and disruption of these comments cause me to seriously question the ability of Mr. McCance to remain as an effective member of the Midland School Board."
McCance was re-elected for a four-year term in September. He was initially elected to the leadership of the school district in 2007 for a three-year term. The terms are now four years long.
The Midland School District had also denounced the posting. "The district strives to foster an environment that discourages all forms of bullying," it said in a statement this week, "and an environment that encourages a safe and productive educational climate [for] all of our students. The district is very diligent in pursuing and addressing bullying of any variety on our campuses."
The state Department of Education had said it was "dismayed to see that a school board official would post something of this insensitive nature on a public forum like Facebook."
Because McCance's Facebook page is not accessible publicly, the Advocate said it learned about the posts after being provided with a screen shot.
The posts were made, according to The Advocate, in response to a bullying awareness campaign sponsored by GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The "Spirit Day" campaign aimed to foster recognition of bullying directed at gays and the effects it can have on young people through a series of events held on October 20.
One aspect of the campaign encouraged people to wear purple to honor those who had committed suicide after experiencing anti-gay bullying, and to show solidarity with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered youth who face the same pressures.
According to the screen grab obtained by The Advocate, McCance wrote the following about the event: "Seriously they want me to wear purple because five queers committed suicide. The only way im wearin it for them is if they all commit suicide. I cant believe the people of this world have gotten this stupid. We are honoring the fact that they sinned and killed therselves because of their sin." (sic)
The post spurred a Facebook page encouraging the Midland School District to fire McCance. More than 60,000 people had "liked" the page as of Thursday evening.
However, not everyone disagreed with McCance's comments, which he had defended on his page by citing his religious beliefs.
Gays and lesbians are "thinking they're all right, and [God is] going to let them think that and go to hell for believing what they're doing is right," pastor Harry Craig, of Pleasant Plains Full Gospel Church, told CNN Little Rock affiliate KARK.
On Tuesday, the federal government warned that bullying and harassment in schools often includes violations of federally protected civil rights. Officials warned that school administrators who fail to properly deal with harassment risk being cited for civil rights violations. In extreme cases, such violations could lead to cuts in federal funding.
A group of protesters had traveled Thursday to Pleasant Plains, where they held a demonstration to call for McCance's resignation.



Wednesday, October 27, 2010



McCance protests on for tomorrow as reported by Arkansas Times

Protests at the Midland School District in Pleasant Plains are on for tomorrow, with organizers saying they plan to keep returning to the school for further protests until controversial board member Clint McCance resigns.
McCance is at the center of a firestorm of media attention over remarks he made on his Facebook page saying that he wished all homosexuals would commit suicide, and that he plans to kick his children out of the house if they tell him they are gay. Max Brantley has written exclusively about the case on this blog, and appeared today in an interview on MSNBC
Tonight's planning meeting at Christ Episcopal Church in downtown Little Rock was hosted by local gay and lesbian advocacy group the Center for Artistic Revolution, and drew about 45 people, with 17 saying they planned to travel to the Midland School District tomorrow to hold signs and ask for McCance's resignation. The protesters will leave tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. from the McDonald's at the Kiehl Avenue exit off 67/167 in North Little Rock. They plan to be back in Little Rock by 1 p.m.
CAR director Randi Romo called tomorrow's protest a "visibility," and warned those attending to not engage anyone who tries to argue with them, to stay on the public sidewalk, and to obey any order by a police officer. There will be designated people to talk to anyone who approaches the protest. The protesters will hold signs bearing the faces of gay and lesbian children who have committed suicide in the last few months. On the back, the signs will say: "Is this enough, Mr. McCance?" CAR is also making signs which say "Resign" and "All Kids Matter."
"It's important that we present a cohesive and calm message," Romo told the group. She later said that if McCance doesn't resign before the November meeting of the Midland School Board, they will also picket the school then.


Via CAR: URGENT! 7 pm Christ Episcopal Church - 509 Scott Street, Little Rock. Community Meeting tonight regarding Midland School District board member Clint McCance remarks regarding "fags and queer should kill themsleves". We are calling for his resignation by the end of business today. We will be planning for visibility action tomorrow morning if he does not resign.


Jill ( phlegmon as she is known on survivorsucks ) Behm has let it be known at Espada, we talked about work, families, careers. Adult stuff. With the kids we would talk about how they were going to open a cupcake delivery service with the million dollars (Fabio).So if Judson wins he could buy a fleet of these.Maybe one for each of his band members of Space Funk Odyssey.A singing cupcake delivery service...yeah that's it!

Don't forget to watch Judson Birza tonight on Survivor ... think he is going to take a swim and cause some controversy

Why don't I go up to Marty and tell him ... we want the Idol.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

JUDSON BIRZA POSTS ON MY FACEBOOK WALL BY MISTAKE shit ... i meant to post it else where he says

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Queerty Reports on Arkansas Bigotry

Arkansas School Board Member Clint McCance: 'Fags' Should 'All Commit Suicide'

Start the countdown clock for Clint McCance — a Midland School Board Member in Arkansas — issuing a public apology for posting to Facebook about how the only way he would wear purple on Spirit Day to honor fallen gay teens is "is if they all commit suicide." And how he would disown his own kids if they were gay.
McCance is the president of Ty-De Services ("Offering the best hot water steam extraction cleaning for carpets, upholstery, and ceramic tile. Also offer 24/7 water restoration service"). He's also a school district board member, which makes his attack on gay youth all the more upsetting, given his position of power to oversee their education.
The initial post read:
Seriously they want me to wear purple because five queers committed suicide. The only way im wearin it for them is if they all commit suicide. I cant believe the people of this world have gotten this stupid. We are honoring the fact that they sinned and killed therselves because of their sin. REALLY PEOPLE.
After folks started leaving comments on McCance's Facebook wall (which is now locked down), he responded:
No because being a fag doesn't give you the right o ruin the rest of our lives. It you get easily offended by being caleld a fag then don't tell anyone you are a fag. Keep that shit to yourself. I don't care how people decide to live their lives. They don't bother me if they keep it thereselves. It pisses me off though that we make special purple fag day for them. I like that fags can't procreate. I also enjoy the fact that they often give each other AIDS and die. If you aren't against it, you might as well be for it.
Without question, this man must lose his board seat. It is not a matter of his First Amendment rights. Let this guy spew all the bile he wants on his own free time (and Facebook page). It is the matter of what's in the best interest of children — and it is certainly not a man who thinks gay youth should kill themselves. This man just wrote himself into history as a human stain.

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