I used to be a “bad” person for expecting people to wait until they were married. Next I was a “bad” person for assuming people were heterosexual. Then I was a “bad” person for thinking that marriage was between a man and a woman and that it was the foundation of a family. Now I’m a “bad” person for not wanting my 5 year old to go to a gay wedding.
Can you say “slippery slope?” Too late. We’re tumbling headlong down it.
Ewww. Close that backdoor Gavin.
I believe that parents have to sign off on any trip off campus, for any reason. If there is no signed permission slip the child must stay back.
I would not sign a slip for such an event.
The second they achieve this in a state it becomes hard to ever undo it.
I was down in the bay area yesterday for a nephew’s baptism. I was actually surprised to see that the Yes on 8 yard signs and bumper stickers outnumbered the No ones by roughly 6:1. Granted, this was down in San Mateo but still, I wouldn’t have imagined that. Maybe people that live there are as tired of this minority rule as the rest of us, I know I am. I’ve got my Yes on 8 yard sign up, I’m just waiting for someone to try and tear it out.
Bill O’Reilly is right when he says polygamy will be next and then no marriage.
What’s the problem. I don’t see much difference of a field trip to a gay marriage and a field trip to the zoo.
Maybe next time they can take them to planned parenthood and teach them about abortions.
I am sure they will be the first ones to line up and learn the Obama anthem and special salute and his songs.
Aren’t they precious these little children who are taught to hate at such an early age.
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.