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07/24/2006

Translation: 'Pro-family' to 'Pro-equality'

by Jeremy Hooper

From Agape Press, Ed Vitagliano's setup for a piece in which he paints California and Massachusetts as liberal nutcases whose widespread acceptance of gays is worthy of mockery:

(AgapePress) - "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore, Toto!" was Dorothy's famous line in The Wizard of Oz. It has become a classic, meant to convey the bewilderment of a person who suddenly realizes he's in a strange world and wonders how he got there.

For many parents in Massachusetts, California, and elsewhere in the U.S., the truth is beginning to dawn on them: They aren't living in Kansas anymore. Public education is being used to brainwash thousands of children -- even as young as kindergarten -- into believing that homosexuality is simply a normal and healthy variation of human sexuality.

To be sure, when it comes to the issue of homosexuality, Massachusetts and California have been East Coast-West Coast thoroughbreds that seem to be racing each other for the honor of wackiest state in the country.

From this writer's brain, a tit for Mr. Vitagliano's tat, in which I remind him that many, many people do not think along the same biased lines as he and his co-workers at the American Family Association:

(Good As You) - "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!" was Rhett Butler's famous line in Gone With the Wind. It has become a classic, meant to convey the weariness of a person who suddenly realizes he's been dealing with bullsh*t for far too long and is ready to speak out against it.

For many parents in Massachusetts, California, and elsewhere in the U.S., the truth is beginning to dawn on them: They're sick of the bullsh*t too. "Pro-family" campaigns are being used to brainwash thousands of humans -- even as young as "still in the fetus" -- into believing that their discriminatory endeavors are simply normal and healthy variations on human equality.

To be sure, when it comes to the issue of homosexuality, Massachusetts and California have been East Coast-West Coast pioneers that seem to be racing each other for the honor of most progressive state in the country.

If you'd like to read the rest of Mr. Vitagliano's attempts to convince folks that MA and CA's pushes for equality are part of an "agenda" to pervert society, then the link can be found below. But if you don't have the stomach, we're summarize the rest for you right now: "Gay people deserve equal treatment = NO!" Mr. V could've saved both of us a lot of words if he'd just come out and said how these folks truly feel, rather than hiding it behind the usual "pro-family" code-word laden veil of false compassion.

But then again, both Oz and the Wizard were also just illusions.

Pro-Homosexual Push Commonplace in Schools Coast to Coast [Agape Press]

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