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April 27th, 2012
Top Banned Children's Books

An elementary school teacher in Canada has been banned from displaying this Dr. Seuss quote from "Yertle the Turtle":  "I know up on top you are seeing great sights, but down here on the bottom, we too should have rights."  School administrators say it's a "political message."  With that nonsense, let's check out the Top Banned Children's Books.



--"The Giving Tree . . . Meets the Wealth Redistribution Shrub"



--"The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe . . . full of Pantera T-shirts and Other Clothes With Bands Promoting Devil Worship"



--"Bi-Curious George"



--"The Bipolar Express"



--"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Hand Sanitizer"



--"Jerry Sandusky and the Locker Room of Secrets"



--"Charlie and the Chinese Lead Paint Factory"



--"James and the Giant Tranny"



--"How the Grinch Stole Your 401k and then Left the Company Before It Went Bankrupt"



--"Are You There, God?  Just Kidding, You Don't Exist"



--"The Indian in the Cupboard Who Left to Deal Blackjack at the Casino"



--"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Anal Fissure"



--"Green Eggs and HIV"



--"Guess How Much I Loathe You"



--"One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blew Him"



--"Puff, the Magic Drag Queen"



--"Harold and the Purple . . . Headed Warrior"



--"Cars and Trucks and Things That Go . . . Bankrupt"


-- "Lilly's Purple Plastic Puss"



--"I'm Gonna Like Me:  Letting Off a Little Self-Release"



--"Tikki Tikki Tebow"



--"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Malfunction"



--"The Cat in the Closet"



--"Frog and Toad Are Friends . . . with Benefits"



"Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Erection"



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