ALERT! Harvey Milk Day Passed by CA State Legislature, Contact Schwarzenegger to veto!

Friday, September 4, 2009

As expected, Harvey Milk Day passed through state legislature. Which would force public schools to celebrate a homosexual activist. Which will take valuable time away from studying core subjects (and isn't that why we send our children to school anyway?), AND glorify Mr. Milk's lifestyle choices. This is a huge victory for LGBT activists, because it will provide an avenue for mainstreaming the gay lifestyle. It is the beginning of LGBT indoctrination of our children. Social politics should NOT be taught in school. The place for that is in the home, at the discretion of the parents. PLEASE contact Governor Schwarzenegger's office to protest this bill and to ask that he veto it!

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
State Capitol Building
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916-445-2841
Fax: 916-558-3160
E-mail: governor@governor.ca.gov



1 comments:

Euripides said...

Homosexual activists have derailed the civil rights movement in the name of sexual preference. This sort of activism is another nail in the coffin of civil rights in the US and will go a long way to undermine the gains we've made to protect blacks and women.

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