Skip to comments.Governor Blasted for Signing 'Sexual Indoctrination' Bills
Posted on 10/15/2007 10:41:26 AM PDT by Sub-Driver
Governor Blasted for Signing 'Sexual Indoctrination' Bills By Susan Jones CNSNews.com Senior Editor October 15, 2007
(CNSNews.com) - A conservative group says private schools and home schooling will be the only sanctuary for California parents when two "school sexual indoctrination" laws take effect on Jan. 1.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger -- without comment -- signed four bills backed by the homosexual community over the weekend, two of them dealing with public schools. (Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoed similar bills last year when he was running for re-election, conservative groups noted.)
"Arnold Schwarzenegger has delivered young children into the hands of those who will introduce them to alternative sexual lifestyles," said Randy Thomasson, president of Campaign for Children and Families (CCF), which helped lead the statewide charge against these bills.
"This means children as young as five years old will be mentally molested in school classrooms. Shame on Schwarzenegger and the Democrat politicians for ensuring that every California school becomes a homosexual-bisexual-transsexual indoctrination center."
Current California law legally protects California public school students from harassment as a result of skin color, ethnicity or sexual orientation. The California Student Civil Rights Act (SB 777) updates specific anti-discrimination provisions that are scattered throughout the state's Education Code.
Supporters said the new law is supposed to eliminate "confusion" about the state's responsibility to ensure that all school programs, textbooks, instructional materials and activities are free from unlawful discrimination.
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The RINOs RINO.
Well now that California has banned “mom” and “dad” as offensive, and said its perfectly ok for men to go into womens bathrooms so they can molest your little girl.. its time for Mom’s and Dad’s with any decency to GET THE HELL OUT OF THE STATE!
Leave it to the sodomites and the mentally deficient. Its long past time to abandon that state.
Another reason CA would have been as well off with Davis in 2003.
If you can’t trust a governor who won’t lift a finger to save the lives of defenseless, unborn babies, who can you trust?
Gropinator sticks it to Californians yet again.
Status Bill Description Vetoed AB 43 Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act Signed AB 14 Civil Rights Act of 2007 Signed AB 102 Name Equality Act Signed AB 394 Safe Place to Learn Act Signed SB 105 Domestic Partners Joint Income Tax Filing Implementation Bill Signed SB 518 Juvenile Justice Safety and Protection Act Signed SB 559 Fair and Equal Taxation for Surviving Partners Act Signed SB 777 Student Civil Rights Act Passed SJR 6 Resolution Supporting the Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Passed AJR 29 Resolution Urging Federal Support of the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act
Arnold is lining his cage so that he can get reelected; doesn’t want any conservative baggage that might hold him back. He likes the power of the position and is a wonderful example of a RINO.
Where is FairOpinion to tell us how this is really a great thing?
Foreshadowing a Guilani presidency?
Any idea about the proportion of the Republican vote that he could be expected to get? (E.g., just how many like-minded RINOs are there in CA?)
In fact, Giuliani has compared himself to Schwarzenegger:
"I governed very much like your governor does. I got results and I want people to look at that and say that's the way I would govern as president of the United States. I would get results,"
-- Rudolph Giuliani, 6/29/2007
Sadly, Tom McClintok could have won if not for Republican-first hacks like Sean Hannity.
I never thought I would regret recalling Gray Davis, but I am actually considering going into the regret mode.
Doug, Want to take a stab at rewriting FZ's Wonderful Wino as "Wonderful RINO"?
Good question. Maybe he was purged from FR.
Let's keep in mind, FairOpinion is the same guy that is telling us electing Giuliani would be a great thing. This RINO lovers are consistent...consistently wrong.
Make it illegal for homeschoolers and private schools to exclude this indoctrination from their curriculum, or, heck, just make it illegal for parents to have anything to do with their children’s education.
The ninth circus has already ruled that parents have no rights when it comes to teaching these things in the public schools.
If Guliani said that, then Dobson should get going on a third party. Rudy and Arnold, the girlie man twins, will destroy the party.