Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Like Romney? You must like whacking kids

Posted By on Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 6:46 AM

RED STATES/RED BUTTS: A correlation.
  • RED STATES/RED BUTTS: A correlation.

My childhood pal Randy Cox, a Little Rock social worker and dogged advocate for ending corporal punishment in school, sends along another interesting link to a video on the subject:

The list of states that still allow corporal punishment in schools is nearly a match with the list of states that voted for Mitt Romney. Arkansas, yes, of course. Exceptions: Colorado and Florida. Also Utah, which went for Romney but doesn't allow corporal punishment in schools, according to the video.

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