Here's yet another example of how bigoted and intolerant the lavendar lobby truly is. This demonstrates once again, that despite their lying statements to the contrary, they are not after equal rights, they are after forcing their perversion upon all of society society. They are not looking to be left alone to practice their perversion in private. They want to cram their deathstyle down our throats.
LAW OF THE LAND
February 24, 2007 By Bob Unruh © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com
Judge orders 'gay' agenda taught to Christian children
Rules kids need teachings to be 'engaged and productive citizens
A federal judge in Massachusetts has ordered the "gay" agenda taught to Christians who attend a public school in Massachusetts, finding that they need the teachings to be "engaged and productive citizens."
TG: Believe me, I have taught my kids the "gay" agenda. Why, just this week we watched the public rally I hosted a couple of years ago. They got to see firsthand the queers chant "My gay sweet home" when our group finished singing "God Bless America" ("My home sweet home"). They got to see the sodomites mock everything decent, but silenced whenever documented facts were brought up. They got to see the sissies try to intimidate a woman State Rep., but stand in scared silence when the man State Rep. spoke. They got to see the queers cheer when we were referred to as the Taliban. Oh, my kids are well aware of the "gay" agenda.
U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf yesterday dismissed a civil rights lawsuit brought by David Parker, ordering that it is reasonable, indeed there is an obligation, for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality.
"Wolf's ruling is every parent's nightmare. It goes to extraordinary lengths to legitimize and reinforce the 'right' (and even the duty) of schools to normalize homosexual behavior to even the youngest of children," said a statement from the pro-family group Mass Resistance. "In the ruling, Wolf makes the absurd claim that normalizing homosexuality to young children is 'reasonably related to the goals of preparing students to become engaged and productive citizens in our democracy.'
Wolf makes the odious statement that the Parkers' only options are (1) send their kids to a private school, (2) home-school their kids, or (3) elect a majority of people to the School Committee who agree with them. Can you imagine a federal judge in the Civil Rights era telling blacks the same thing – that if they can't be served at a lunch counter they should just start their own restaurant, or elect a city council to pass laws that reflect the U.S. Constitution?"
But the judge concluded that even allowing Christians to withdraw their children from classes or portions of classes where the religious beliefs were being violated wasn't a reasonable expectation. "An exodus from class when issues of homosexuality or same-sex marriage are to be discussed could send the message that gays, lesbians, and the children of same-sex parents are inferior and, therefore, have a damaging effect on those students," he opined.