"They try to bash us as much as possible, and I just appreciate people like the President of Chick-Fil-A for making that statement because that is what we are trying to do now," says Greenwood. "We are trying to make a statement about all those who believe in not just political correctness, but fairness for everyone."
Greenwood also talked about the New York kindergarten class who was not allowed to sing his hit song because the Principal said the lyrics were not appropriate. Greenwood said he was proud of the parents who stood up to the Principal and allowed their children to sing the song after the official program was over. Greenwood will be at the Barnes & Noble Friday night from 5-7pm to sign copies of his new book.
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