Daddy's Roommate is one of the books that Palin supposedly wanted removed from the library.
Are there so many gay father's in Wasilla that this book is appropriate for the Wasilla Public Library? For some parents, having this book in the children's section is akin to having a Hustler magazine there. If the public library is striving to be a family friendly place, shouldn't it reflect that most citizens do not want their children having unsupervised access to this type of book? For those families that want public access to such a book, what is the harm in either buying the book for themselves or allowing the public library to set up a section that prevents children from having unsupervised access to such a book?
Related thoughts here: http://ofinterest2.blogspot.com/2008/09/banning-books.html