Excerpt: Back in West Bend, the Maziarkas and their supporters are gearing up for another go at the library, in part because the board now has its four new members. They do not want books burned, but they do want action.
"We want parents to decide whether they want their children to have access to these books ... and we want the library's help in identifying [them through labeling and moving]," Maziarka said. "It's just common sense."
In other words, they want it both ways.
Common sense would be for Ginny to understand that it's none of her damn business what other parents' kids want to read. Why does she think these are her decisions to make?