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03/30/2009

Video: Schooled 'man schools us on his love for same

by Jeremy Hooper

HubermanChicago schools chief Ron Huberman, who you might remember from past denunciations from uncaring anti-gay speakers, appeared over the weekend on a local TV program. On said program, he was asked about his homosexuality in relation to his new job. Begin the video at 23:58 for his answer:

Well-spoken. Smart. Qualified. Can pull off a yellow flower tie. "Recruit" our children all you want, Ron!

Friday Night Show [WTTW]

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Interesting guy. I'm politically involved too and I can tell you I never, ever want to run for elected office. My buddy is running for school board, and I told him he's crazy. I much prefer to be king maker than king.

Posted by: Tony P | Mar 30, 2009 8:49:48 PM


What a perfectly elegant response, "Because she asked." I love it.

Posted by: dave b | Mar 31, 2009 3:52:00 PM

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