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To: kattracks; Chairman_December_19th_Society; Holding Our Breath
UGHHH BTT
2 posted on 07/26/2002 4:44:41 AM PDT by Neets
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To: SkyPilot
Ping and bump. V's wife.
3 posted on 07/26/2002 4:46:38 AM PDT by ventana
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To: Neets
the testimony of people who left the homosexual lifestyle is not allowed in school board debates on anti-discrimination.

Clear discrimination against heterosexuals. “Don't give us the truth, we have an agenda here...”. Homosexuals are not born homosexuals, they are born children. To create a special law structure to protect a learned behavior will create diversity in the society instead of a society that is diverse.

On Thursday night, the Fairfax County School Board indefinitely postponed a vote on the "sexual orientation" proposal, until it receives guidance from the state attorney general on whether such a vote would be legal under state law.

A clear attempt to halt a vote with law. If it was a question on if it was legal to add something it is appropriate to consult lawyers, but when the question is if a standing law can be voted to be maintained, to block a change by consulting lawyers is a clear attempt to use the law to block opposition to standing law. It then is interference with the right to vote.

It is one thing to try to make homosexuality a favored by law special case, it is another to block the attempts to create new law structures by removing the right to vote from the public by law. Law is suppose to be subject to vote, not vote subject to law. When vote is subject to law over the peoples desires we have tyranny not freedom.

97 posted on 12/02/2002 2:24:29 AM PST by American in Israel
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