Saturday, November 01, 2008

The Gay Rights Crowd Starting them Young

One wonders what good it is having a kindergartner sign a pledge card saying they will stop "discrimination" against gays and lesbians. However, the gay rights crowd seem so intent on indoctrination of our youth, that apparently one did just that, even though, as the article says, most kindergartners do not even know what "gay" means. Here is a picture of one of the cards signed from the Fox News website:

Thankfully, the school had enough sense to say that action should be taken against this teacher, however, only because the material was not "age appropriate." In other words, it was morally acceptable to do this with our youth, but only when they reach the age where they can understand.

This is the reason why we need to be very careful about our children's education, expecially in public schools. Private schools and homeschooling are the best. Also, we also need to encourage those who live in California to get out and vote for proposition 8. Unfortunately, we still have a long battle on our hands, and it appears that those who hate God's law seem content to teach others to likewise hate God's law, even if they are only a kindergartner.


Irv said...

For a post-Halloween scare, Google "Obama Supports Public Depravity." After recovering, Yahoo "God to Same-Sexers: Hurry Up" and "Dangerous Radicals of the Religious Right." See all of this before the "God" named in all 50 state constitutions responds with quakes, violent storms, and other bad news. Obama etc. don't want folks to know what goes on at g-y festivals in front of little kids because news of them could ignite and unite the Religious Right like nothing else - which explains why nothing was said about g-y rights at any of the Presidential debates!
Finally, please have everyone pray for and support this "incorrect" ministry of ours on the internet. Irv

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RedKnight said...

While I do agree that elementary school age is far to young to be getting into matters of sexual orientation. And that parents should be enabled to send there children to the school of there choice.Sometimes even people who are not openly known to be homosexual are faced with harassment, by those who think that they seem to be "queer". Students who might not fit in well with the rest of there peers might face a modern day "witch hunt", based upon certain stereotypes. Bullying, no matter if it's directed against sexual orientation, or even religion, should not be tolerated, I feel.

LadyElaine said...


it is one thing to simply bully another person for struggles with homosexual desires. It is quite another to be not openly accepting and approving of such desires, but demanding that everyone accept them and make accomodations for it. That, in my mind, is simply just as outrageous as bullying.