Friday, April 15, 2011

CA Senate bill mandates gay history in schools

California could be the first State to legalize teaching gay history in public schools. If the house passes it, and the Governor signs it; it would be the law of California.
The legislation, sponsored by Democratic Sen. Mark Leno of San Francisco, passed on a 23-14 party line vote. It also would add disabled people to the curriculum...Appealing to colleagues for support, Leno said gay children still struggle routinely with verbal and physical abuse at school, even though society is more accepting than when he was a gay youth in the 1960s.
In what would be one of the most unprecented acts in our history, a State would mandate, the beginning of legalizing the sin of homosexuality; without approving their wisdom, a sin the Founding Fathers of our nation penalized with death! Secularists will always point out the evils they allowed are being corrected, however mandating the death penalty by using the direct words of Leviticus 18 is not just a mistake, and can hardly be support our nation was founded on the Enlightenment, for even the most liberal of the States:
That if any do commit the detestable and abominable vice of Buggery, with man or beast, he or she so offending, shall be adjudged a felon, and shall suffer death, in the case of felony, without the benefit of Clergy.
--A Collection of All Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia 1802, (Richmond:Pleasance and Price, 1803), page 179, ch. C [50], enacted Dec. 10, 1792.

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