Local residents are outraged and called a last minute protest on Labor day at the county seat. About 100 protesters showed up.
photos by rob kall.
Little Carolyn Ansin sends the school district her message
Carolyn Ansin's father, Det Ansin, commented, "It was an appropriate response to an obscene act. To the press, the district initially justified their actions as a response to numerous angry phone calls. If they received enough angry phone calls, would they stop teaching evolution?"
In sleepy Doylestown PA, a 100 person demonstration is a rare event
Joe Frederick, a longtime resident of the school district, is outraged.
I asked a few of the protesters to write up their thoughts:
Allen McQuarrie wrote:
A student was at the vigil. He had in hand a speech made by George Bush #41 he'd heard was presented in school, unfettered and uncensored. He showed it to our local Intell reporter at the scene. He also had a copy of Obama's speech and could not figure out why one was allowed to be shown and the other censored by the Superintendent. He is asking questions about democracy I cannot answer.
Students from the school district's two high schools wrote the following letter to the School Superintendent-- Dr. Laws:
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