Skip to comments.A first grade class took a school-sponsored trip to a gay wedding
Posted on 10/12/2008 8:14:59 AM PDT by Maelstorm
You're not going to believe this.
In the same week that the No on 8 campaign launched an ad that labeled as "lies" claims that same-sex marriage would be taught in schools to young children, a first grade class took a school-sponsored trip to a gay wedding. Eighteen first graders traveled to San Francisco City Hall Friday for the wedding of their teacher and her lesbian partner, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. The school sponsored the trip for the students, ages 5 and 6, taking them away from their studies for the same-sex wedding.
The wedding was officiated by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who arrogantly welcomed the arrival of same-sex marriage by saying "The door's wide open now. It's gonna happen, whether you like it or not."
It's no wonder that the No on 8 campaign is fighting tooth and nail to get our ads pulled off the air. It's because they're true. Not only will schoolchildren be taught about same-sex marriage if Prop 8 fails, it's already happening.
To make sure Californians know the truth, we need you to do three things right now:
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I'm not sure what bothers people more about that photo: That he's wearing white or the whole "off the shoulders" look.
you’re still here giving out homo propaganda
so because we have two homo’s engaging in sex acts you say I should look away
No chance, the world has looked away for two long, we are getting fed up of seeing and hearing homo’s say they should be homo education in schools they should adopt, they should be married etc
If it is your business typoon then go back in your bedroom and keep it there and shut up about it
They conveniently ignore that parents had to approve the 90 minute trip. Two families did not give permission. The trip itself was a parent’s idea.