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11/29/2011

Ewe, sick: California militant likens accepting schools to slaughterhouses

by Jeremy Hooper

Because of California's soon-to-be-enacted policy of LGBT-inclusive public schooling, radical anti-gay activist Randy Thomasson has chosen to run this image:

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Yes, that's right: To Randy, telling kids that LGBT people are part of our natural world is just like killing baby sheep. Not merely giving them haircuts, which would be shear silliness. No, no -- Randy is resorting to all out slaughter, which is of course sheer nuttiness!

Randy's solution is for all Californians to pull their children from public schools. And if that doesn't work? Then mint sauce, I presume.

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