Thanks to some masonry by Another Brick in the Wall, “Slaughter of the Sheep,” we find this atrocious story from FOX News about Faith Ringgold School of Arts & Science in Hayward, Calif. who askeder, demanded their KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS sign their hallowed “I am an ally” pledge cards in support of gays.

love-gays-pledgeI’m sorry?!

The cards asked signers to be “an ally” and to pledge to “not use anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) language or slurs; intervene, when I feel I can, in situations where others are using anti-LGBT language or harassing other students and actively support safer schools efforts.”

If I had half an inkling, I would type up every negative slur and remark about homosexuals, along with a few awe-inspiring jokes, I have heard in the past. But since I don’t roll that way, just take my word for it. Now consider, I am a college graduate and a proven professional… AND THESE ARE FRIGGIN’ KIDS JUST OUT OF POTTY TRAINING!

What possible game of the Gay Dozens can these children play with others in the playground? I can just hear it now [cue harp music]:

“Oh look, Timmy has on a pink shirt. He’s handsome.”

“Yeah, I heard that means he publicly advocates a sociopolitical stance and sexual preference that allows him to express carnal desires for other people of the same sex.”

“Uh-huh. So, he rides the Hershey Highway?”

“Well, that too.”

So, um, if they’re not all about smashing the Church into oblivion, riddle me this: Where is the ACLU?!

If this invaluable organization is focused on advocating the civil rights of others and defending even more than that, anyone see some ACLU rep standing tall for the SIX-YEAR OLD subjected to this?!

No, you don’t. Those fools are on the golf range somewhere waiting a ping on their iPhone about some judge who doubles as a church elder in love with the idea of hanging a crucifix in his chambers. Now, that’s worth a mulligan!

“How do you teach a 5-year-old to sign a pledge card for lesbian, gay and transgender issues without explaining what transgender and bisexual is?” asked Sonja Eddings Brown, a spokeswoman for Protect Marriage California.

Yeah, about that. You can’t. But hey, at least those dang teachers aren’t trying to teach creationism. That would really start an odd line of questioning at home, huh?!

  1. sarahlee says:

    This is simply brilliant

  2. You know, I think that it doesn’t matter what age you are. My little brother was 8 when I came out to my family, and knows exactly what bisexual means. He told me that there’s nothing wrong with me, that he loves me, and I almost cried because of it. I think it’s amazing that kids his age are starting to learn the real meaning of “homosexual.” And what really shocks me is how much more an 8 year knows than many adults. It’s truly awful to know that there are adults in this world that will see a gay, or a lesbian and be immediately repulsed, yet my 8 year old brother can tell his friends, with pride, all about his amazing, and bi, older sister, and none of them will say a word against it. I think that today’s society ought to learn a thing or two from elementary school children. And to those who teach their children at a young age that being gay is wrong, all you’re doing is lying to your children, and what parent wants to lie to their child? To be forcing their opinions on an innocent child is honestly repulsive. The Constitution states that humans are equal, despite race, religion, ethnicity, etc. Homosexuals are human, too, as are transsexuals. We’re just as human as heterosexuals, so why do we have to suffer through the constant bullying, and the name-calling? Why can’t we marry the one we love? And why is it that children are taught that we are unnatural, inhuman, and a disgrace? How is that fair to the child? Think of how many of the LGBT community have killed themselves because of society telling them they’re not welcome. Bullying is wrong, no matter what the reason behind it is. And the child who signed the above pledge shouldn’t be told he’s in the wrong for supporting gays. His parents should be proud that he’s so understanding, and they should be just as open-minded as he. But you may be right about not being able to teach a child to sign a pledge such as that. They should be able to do it themselves. And as to his age, isn’t age simply “the length of time during which a being or thing has existed”? That’s directly from the dictionary. It says nothing about age having anything to do with what one is capable of understanding at a certain point in his or her life. I’d like you to know that I’m 14 years old, soon to be 15. How is that at all relevant to the previous paragraph? Well, you see, the thing is… it isn’t.

  3. Billy Coffey says:

    Yet another reason for homeschooling…

  4. Morbul says:

    What do you expect when you elect liberals?

    Next the kids will be running the school system if the Obamanation is run unchecked.

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