David Castillo is a member of the school board in San Marcos, Texas, and otherwise completely unimportant. In fact, Castillo’s only claim to notability stems from an occurrence in 2010, when the board had voted to do away with abstinence-only sex education and replace it with abstinence-plus sex education. Castillo was opposed to the move and offered the following quote to the local newspaper: ”I assume that the majority of students at San Marcos High School are Christian. And if that is the case, then this whole thing is anti-Christian.”
That’s quite an inference.
Diagnosis: Well, at least the Internet remembers your inanities, Castillo, and you get to be immortalized in our Encyclopedia for this astounding absence of judgment. Congratulations.