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Pesky tolerance and scary equality spur homeschooling activist to action

by Jeremy Hooper

Advising California Christians on what they should do now that Gov. Schwarzenegger has signed one bill encouraging gay acceptance in schools and possibly will sign others, homeschooling activist Charles B. Lowers tells WorldNetDaily:

"'Heck no, our kids won't go!' should be the rallying cry of Christian parents this week as school starts, instead of following the broad road of perversion and destruction that California schools are offering"

Ah, yes -- "Heck no, our kids won't go!" And maybe they could also handcuff their selves to the school steps and sing a few rounds of that old peace song, "Abraham, Martin, and John...Can't Smooch One Another?" After all, the imagery from this valiant protest, in which a group gathers to encourage a playing field that is less level for gay folks, is certain to stand up in history alongside that of our other great civil rights demonstrations. "I Have a Dream" and "I Have Bias" -- similar, those sentiments!

::Writer rolls eyes so incessantly and dramatically, his globular light-detecting organs eventually stop in protest and chant, "Heck no, we won't roll!"::

Lowers goes on to say:

"Public school is no place for innocent little kids. If they don't get molested by the John Karrs who are in the system, their minds and hearts will be molested by the curriculum"


"Instead of the traditional three R's in California's public schools, children are learning Rebelliousness, Relativism, and an R-rated lifestyle"

We go on to ask Mr Lowers:

"You do know that school isn't held in San Quentin, right?"

California Christians urged to yank kids [WorldNet]

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