I would like someone to ask her what proof she has of gay marriage being taught in elementary schools, since that allegation - a very bold assertion for which she has yet to provide evidence - is on the mailings she is sending out in Maryland. Please ask her to provide proof of her claims and cite her sources: the people of Maryland deserve the facts.Mr. DePuyt asked my question, and Ms. Gallagher gave him the run-around: she said that there were two court cases going on in Massachusetts in which parents were trying to take their children out of school because gay marriage was being taught to them (personally I think that's irresponsible parenting, but that's another matter). She was unable to give any evidence of this teaching, only saying that Brian Brown would be able to answer the question better. She added that gay marriage would logically come up in a state that allows gay marriage when the subject of marriage and families comes up in schools. Of course, having gone through the public school system in the neighboring state of Connecticut, I don't ever remember marriage being a part of the curriculum for any grade, especially for very young children. Math, reading, arts and crafts... not marriage.
Essentially, Ms. Gallagher was unable to answer my question in any real, factual way. I'd like to thank Mr. DePuyt for asking my question, and showing Channel 8 viewers the truth: that Gallagher and NOM are going around lying without any evidence to back up their claims.
Check out the video of my question, and Ms. Gallagher's non-answer: