But WTF with Ginny tagging each and every post on her blog (since April 23) with these tags: ala american library association west bend wisconsin maziarka tyree gay lesbian sexually explicit sex books office intellectual freedom safelibraries.
Whether the post is about her library vendetta, Prayer Day, Loyalty Day, or a local play, these are the tags she uses.
This, my friends, is called tag spam: using non-related keywords as tags for content to mislead and attract viewers. You see, every time Ginny tags a post with these words, it increases the chance someone will find her blog when they search for these terms.
This is probably a tactic she learned from during her training with the American Majority, and offshoot of the Sam Adams Alliance, who is dedicated to "training, inspiring, and empowering people to utilize new media tools (blogging, twitter, wikis) to advance economic freedom and individual liberty." (Of course, Ginny's version of individual liberty seems to include having a couple of Christians dictate what books are available to whom in the public library).
And for all the times Ginny likes to repeat that her agenda "is not about gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgenders at ALL!", just remember that she's wrapping each one of her blog posts in a "gay" and "lesbian" ribbon.
// Looks like Ginny is learning. Her latest post about some ACORN protest doesn't have any tags at all. Go figure.