Mitt Romney is struggling to get beyond a story about the time he bullied a gay student at a boarding school four decades ago. The story, reported by the Washington Postgained traction and credibility as Romney's high school friends spoke on the record to corroborate the account of the candidate as a teenager cutting a gay student's hair while he was pinned to the ground. Romney said in interviews on Thursday that he didn't remember cutting off John Lauber's hair while the student cried.
Just look at him! Mitt, the teenaged son of Michigan Gov. Friedemann followed them to a nearby room where they came upon Lauber, tackled him and pinned him to the ground.
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Mitt Romney speaks in Oklahoma City. Romney is countering the notion that he bullied high school classmates and insisted he was unaware if any of the students were gay. The Republican presidential candidate issued the apology during a hastily arranged radio interview after The Washington Post reported Thursday that he had held down classmate John Lauber and cut off his bleached blond hair when they were students at a prestigious boarding school in Bloomfield Hills. And for that I apologize,' he added.
Mitt Romney apologized today for high school pranks that may have pushed the boundaries into bullying, including an incident where he led a group of young men in pushing down a screaming fellow student who frequently was taunted about his suspected homosexuality. An article published today by the Washington Post detailed the incident, saying the student, John Lauber, was often teased because others presumed he was gay. It attributed accounts of the group shoving him and cutting his long blond hair to five fellow students at the all-boys private Cranbrook School in Michigan.
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Flaxton man Richard Cranbrook, now 69, married his terminally ill neighbour Janet Helmrich in March, The hinterland couple had shared a close relationship for three years prior to their wedding. However, both knew as they exchanged their vows their life life together was expected to be short.
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The principal of a prominent Anglican school has broken ranks on LGBT discrimination, saying she wants no exemptions from legislation. They are warmly welcome at Sceggs. On Wednesday 34 Sydney Anglican schools wrote to the federal education minister demanding he preserve a clause in the federal Sex Discrimination Act that allows religious schools to discriminate on the basis of sexuality, gender expression or marital status.