Saturday, July 16, 2011

Jerry Brown facilitates homosexuals and other sexual deviants' assault on California's children

Why are the Democrats disenfranchising necrophiliacs? After all, their alternative lifestyle choice -- which is just as valid as yours, if not more so -- involves only consenting adults -- well, one, actually -- and no one's getting hurt. (It's hard to hurt your "partner" when they're already dead.)

This is the epitome of selfish: To destroy a society and its children, all for a moment's gratification.

The California legislature and its governor are at least accessories to sexual predation; to use American public schools as vehicles for homosexual indoctrination and recruitment is a crime against God and Man and an abomination the Founding Fathers never intended for the system they created.

To claim a reduction in bullying as justification for this atrocity is merely to blow smoke. Bullying is immoral, period. What reaction do the geniuses behind this legislation think that forcing their perversion on others will stimulate? (Just as 9/11 stirred Americans to discover the truth about Islam and mobilize against it, so too will this subversion motivate citizens to action.)

To claim historical justification is ridiculous, since what someone does with his genitalia does not make him historically-relevant or noble (indeed, what he doesn't do can be to his credit). To view great figures from the past in terms of their deviancy is to demean their accomplishments. And if Governor Brown wants to be truly historically-honest, he should state plainly which moral societies have ever endorsed sodomy.

To equate sexual practice with racial identity is a crime against logic and against those who've struggled for [racial] equality under the law, since the former is an act, the latter, phenotype. In fact, those attacking Michelle Bachmann and others who oppose [on religious/moral grounds] the legitimization of sexual deviance [. . .] must also demonize Martin Luther King, who gave the following advice to a young man concerned about the target of his "marital impulse":
Your problem [lusting for other males] is not at all an uncommon one. However, it does require careful attention. The type of feeling that you have toward boys is probably not an innate tendency, but something that has been culturally acquired.... You are already on the right road toward a solution, since you honestly recognize the problem and have a desire to solve it.
Even an amoral, atheistic naturalist must reject homosexual behavior as literally deviant, since not only is it statistically unusual, but the survival of any species depending on sexual reproduction is threatened by widespread same-gender activity.

To claim, as one commenter on the article does, that "'gay' means two men or women love each other" is simply perverse and hellishly dishonest. I love my father, but we're not copulating.

This is one step closer to societal endorsement of NAMBLA. And how will senseless liberals stop Islam's Allah-sanctioned polygyny, pedophilia, and sexual slavery of non-Muslims?

It is not "hate" to state eternal moral truths. Addressing pernicious sin honestly is the loving thing to do, especially since Christ's mercy is greater than our sin.

Jerry Brown pushes California into the abyss here:
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring public schools to teach students about the contributions of gay and lesbian people, making California the first state to adopt such a measure.

The bill was cheered by gay rights advocates, and Brown said in a written statement Thursday that it "represents an important step forward for our state."

The legislation requires instruction in the social sciences to include the role and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, as well as people with disabilities and members of other cultural groups.

It would prohibit teaching from textbooks or other instructional materials that reflect adversely on people because of their sexual orientation.

"History should be honest," the Democratic governor said in a written statement. "This bill revises existing laws that prohibit discrimination in education and ensures that the important contributions of Americans from all backgrounds and walks of life are included in our history books."

Written by Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, the legislation was approved in the Legislature along party lines, with Democrats in favor and Republicans opposed.

Republicans and conservative groups railed against it again on Thursday.

Sen. Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, said Brown is "out of touch with what I think are still mainstream American values."

"That's not the kind of stuff I want my kids learning about in public school," LaMalfa said. "They've really crossed a line into a new frontier."

Leno's Senate Bill 48 is similar to a proposal that was approved by the Legislature in 2006 but vetoed by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger, a Republican, argued that students were already protected from discrimination.

Existing California law requires public school instruction to include the contributions of women and other minorities, and it prohibits materials that reflect adversely on people because of race, gender or other characteristics. Leno's bill adds gay and lesbian people to that group.

"We are currently censoring a very important chapter of civil rights history about a community which has historically been demonized and discriminated against, and in recent decades has had success in fighting for its civil rights and first -class citizenship," said Leno, one of the first openly gay men to serve in the Legislature. "Excluding this from our textbooks and classrooms does a disservice to our students."

He said the law will result, for example, in lessons about gay rights advocates such as Harvey Milk, the slain San Francisco supervisor.