From RoadKill Radio.com
For immediate release: May 11, 2011
RoadKill Radio challenges CKNW’s Bill Good to debate pro-‘gay’ education
VANCOUVER, May 11, 2011 (RKRNews)—As debate over a pro-‘gay’ School Board policy draft in the West Coast suburb of Burnaby heats up, so does radio station CKNW’s campaign of misinformation, with talk show hosts Bill Good and Philip Till leading the charge!
Monday morning, Bill Good interviewed one of the concerned parents, James Gray. In the course of the interview, Mr. Good interrupted Mr. Gray and two open-line callers 13 times to interject pro-‘gay’ slogans into the “conversation”. It was very clear that his sentiments are on the side of the ‘gay’ extremists.
The next morning, CKNW news commentator Philip Till delivered a one-sentence summary that lodged his opinion in the same camp: “I don’t care what your religion or culture is, if you have a problem with your School District trying to prevent your child from becoming a homophobic bully, there’s something wrong with YOU!”
RoadKill Radio has invited co-host Kari Simpson and CKNW talk-show host Bill Good to debate the topic.
When RKR’s Ron Gray extended the invitation to debate Bill Good, RKR co-host Kari Simpson immediately agreed and commented, “Great idea! I would love the opportunity to debate and educate Bill Good on the real issues and the broader implications of this political movement. I believe such a debate would be of great public interest, and would provide insight into how ill-informed and bigoted some public commentators are, when it comes to matters involving sexual orientation and the political abuse of the public education system. This is a wonderful opportunity for Mr. Good to back up his bully-pulpit tactics and propagandist rhetoric with proven facts!”
Mrs. Simpson also stated: “As for the venue, RoadKill Radio would be willing to facilitate this debate by having Mr. Good in our studio for a live broadcast, if he has the courage to agree. If this is not acceptable to him, I’d be willing to participate in this debate in any forum, including CKNW’s studio, if they would promise a live, unedited broadcast.”
The invitation has been extended; RoadKill Radio awaits a response from Bill Good.
Contact: Ron Gray