|Can someone help our friends over at FACT with this?|
They discuss the rise in HIV among young people in Middle Tennessee and say that we shouldn't be surprised because of condom instruction that has taken place in Metro Nashville schools. I'm not making this up. Go to their post and read it.
But then the connection completely collapses when they shift from young people in Middle TN (which includes more than Davidson County, by the way) to the cost of the federal government funding three positions to coordinate the treatment of HIV+ prisoners when they are released, as reported in a Tennessean article.
They conclude by asking coyly: "Still want to say that divisive social issues like sex education in our schools has no fiscal effect? Hope not."
What on earth does sex education in schools have to do with the treatment of HIV+ prisoners?
It's no wonder they want to quash the subpoenas in the court challenge to HB600. I wouldn't want to answer direct questions if I thought that's how the world worked either.