Thursday, October 30, 2008


It's absolutely amazing that commercials and vidoes are now airing which show California's Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell stating with a straight face that Proposition 8 has nothing to do with instruction in the public schools. Without a doubt, he knows that 96% of California schools already teach marriage. Want further details about how that instruction will be affected if Proposition 8 fails? Check out these two sites:

It is one thing to teach respect for others. It is quite a different to indoctrinate the upcoming generation with acceptance of controversial sexual mores and lifestyle choices, particularly without the notification or consent of parents.

Please vote "yes" on Proposition 8 to protect our children.

1 comment:

Pomoprophet said...

you have to link to opinion pieces to "prove" your point against O'Connell? Wow!

Why are you so scared? By your very arguments schools should teach NOTHING controvercial because it is "undoctrinating the upcoming generation"

No evolution. No safe sex. No history.

It is the job of parents to pass their morality on to their children. Part of that process is teaching them when you disagree with something.

But you want children to live in a bubble where they never hear alternative ideas.

If you teach that gay marriage is wrong and your child grows up to think its right then that says nothing about the schools.