Friday, January 21, 2005


SpongeBob was an instant favorite in our house, long before he became mainstream. A gentle, shy, sensitive man (or sponge) with emotions, a simple life and a few friends -- why is that automatically a homosexual?
Listen up, here. We have got to focus on something with real consequences in the world -- all these kids being born into situations (like we see daily in the wide world of sports) with only one parent, or getting education and jobs to the people that need them. If anything, "We Are Family" acknowledges the changing mix of the family (I mean across racial lines) and being nice to your fellow man. What about teaching those lessons? I volunteer weekly in the Middle School front office and many of the parents coming in have not learned those lessons in their life, based on how they behave, or more correctly, their lack of behavior.