In case you missed it, Tom Fetzer, who is not gay, yesterday called on North Carolina schools to steer clear of letting young impressionable students hear the President of the United States encourage them to strive for excellence.
"Our focus should be improving our students’ test scores, not the President’s approval rating."
Test scores? Really? It seems to me that "our focus" should be on inspiring children to learn so they can be successful in life. But I guess when you're a grown man trying to prove to the world that you're not gay, things are never that simple.