Skip to comments.The LGBT Agenda isn't FAIR, and Summit Ministries isn't wrong
Posted on 09/15/2011 6:46:01 PM PDT by Bob Mc D
On July 12 California Governor Jerry Brown signed the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful (FAIR) Education Act (SB 48): a law which forces California schools to use textbooks and curriculum that acquaint public school students of all ages with the historical contributions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) persons.
Ironically, the act is called FAIR, although theres a stipulation in the law that parents cant exempt their children from LGBT lessons in the classroom when the historical contributions of men-who-want-to-be-women is addressed.
Hmmm, doesnt seem very fair to me.
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What if the 3rd grade GLBT text book says Ol'Jer hissef' is a gay blade who's had a partial sex change ~ with one side one thing, the other side something else, and a big ol'bandage in the middle?
Can we write such a text book and have it be considered for purchase throughout the state by hapless schoolboards?
And if it's rejected, can we take our claim to court and get the state Supreme Court to make us rich?
So many questions; so little time; so terribly many screaming queens in the California state legislature ~ the mind boggles at the prospects.
I believe there is already a movement in CA to get a repeal on the ballot.
This same agenda is being promoted in Mexico, many of my friends are starting home school curriculum. Tis the best choice to keep the hands of the STATE off of the private parts of the kids.
They forgot to add the Y to their fabulous acronym.
Thanks Bob Mc D.
Please visit www.stopSB48.com to help get the referendum ending this offensive law’s implementation.
I'd be happy with a school voucher initiative to break the government school monopoly.
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