Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Bill SB777 signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger in California was going to be an anti-discriminatory bill. A bill that makes sure all ideas were included for the benefit of the children. Anyone who pad any attention at all knew that the bill was simply another assault on our culture and children from the homosexual community. Of course to say that in this day and age is to be painted as a bigot, a homophobe etc. etc.. Well here we are not to long after the Governor foolishly signed this bill and guess what is happening? You probably will not be surprised to find out in the wake of this bills signing the homosexuals have submitted a list of material for future curriculum inclusion. Their ideas you ask? Here are some of their "recommendations]", from the wires;

"A list of school resources, sponsored by a homosexual-advocacy group called Safe Schools Coalition, suggests that for those who are only two years old, there's "Felicia's Favorite Story," which tells how she was "adopted by her two mothers."

The list also promotes a book called "Are You a Girl or a Boy?" by Karleen Jiminez, a resource for children ages 4-8 when advocating homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism and other alternative lifestyle choices.

It's described as "A sweet book about a gender-different kid."

At two years old we want them to be taught about having two mommies and for those four to eight, we want them to work through the idea they might be a different gender than they think. While this is outrageous and perverse and downright disgusting, it is a fact of life in California. You see the homosexual activists are not much different from the Islamists in this regard, they will say anything and do anything and even agree to anything, if it furthers their agenda The other common touch point with them is that they will not stop until they have normalized their radical view point throughout our country. So once again I invoke Sean Connery as he lay dying in the "Untouchables", the question he asks the character played by Kevin Costner is the same one for us today,

"what are you willing to do about this?"

blog you later,
pastor tom