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'Billy Madison' Principal Gives Bigoted Indiana Special Ed. Teacher the Sermon She Deserves: VIDEO


Diana Medley, the Special Ed. teacher at Sullivan High School in Indiana, has been all over the news for her remarks about gays and her support of students who want a prom that is heterosexual only.

What Medley to WTWO:

Diana Medley is a special education teacher in town. She doesn't believe anyone is born gay. "I believe that it was life circumstances and they chose to be that way; God created everyone equal," said Medley.

"Homosexual students come to me with their problems, and I don't agree with them, but I care about them. It's the same thing with my special needs kids, I think God puts everyone in our lives for a reason," said Madley.
"So the same goes for gays? Do you think they have a purpose in life?"

"No I honestly don't. Sorry, but I don't. I don't understand it. A gay person isn't going to come up and make some change unless it's to realize that it was a choice and they're choosing God," said Medley.

Now, the principal from Billy Madison, played by longtime SNL writer James Downey, has something to say to her in this mash-up.


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  1. Being "born equal" doesn't mean being "born identical."

    Posted by: Yeek | Feb 13, 2013 9:57:47 AM

  2. She said and I quote
    "I believe that it was life circumstances and they chose to be that way; God created everyone equal". Arent those two statements contradictory? She doesn't even realize what she's saying. How can God make everyone equal but some people "chose" to be something God didn't make them?! Ugh.

    Posted by: Lazlo | Feb 13, 2013 3:25:43 PM

  3. Another gay hating barbie! go figure!

    Posted by: Alan Brickman | Feb 13, 2013 5:30:41 PM

  4. If "GOD" made us all "Equal", then why are some people 6 foot 6, and others are 3 foot 8; some are male and others are female; some have white skin and others have Black or yellow skin; some have little to no hair on their bodies and others have profuse amounts; Some believe the nonsense in the Bible, and others realize that the various authors were writing for the purpose of subjecting the masses to the will of a select few who had figured out how to use "Fear of the unknown" as a weapon to control the masses.

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Feb 13, 2013 11:30:58 PM

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