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April 13, 2005

Day of Sodomy

The Ass. Press, oblivious to their own hypocrisy, is reporting on student objection to the “Day of Silence” event being observed by homosexual indoctrinated students across America. Calling opponents of the normalization of homosexuality --“anti-gay” (a title shamefully regurgitated by FoxNews as well as NewsMax) they distort the story to portray those participating in the “Day of Silence” as student led, while those protesting it with the “Day of Truth” as being organized by national organizations. This in spite of the efforts of national pro-homosexual groups pushing the days observance.

The “Day of Silence” is allegedly supposed to stress the bullying and intolerance homosexuals experience, but so far seems to be “observed” by acts of bullying and intolerance by homosexuals and liberal school administrators against those who oppose homosexuality.

Tim Bueler, a senior at Rancho Cotate High School in Rohnert Park, is the founder and president of the High School Conservative Clubs of America. Last week the Rancho Cotate High School Conservative Club participated in a demonstration called the "Day of Truth." The conservative protest was designed to counter a pro-homosexual observance known as the "Day of Silence," an event planned by the Gay-Straight Alliance and fashioned after a similar nationwide demonstration....

However, Bueler says the protesters were met with opposition when they tried to enter Rancho Cotate High School. "Our signs and our material were confiscated," he complains, alleging that school officials "confiscated all of our literature and our sweatshirts right when we got into class, and they cited material disruption."

The Conservative Club founder says he protested against the school officials' attempted censorship. The young activist recalls, "I asked our principal to look at the educational code under 'Religious Tolerance and Expression.' He wouldn't do that, but he confiscated our stuff just the same." Two members of the Conservative Club refused to take off their "Homosexuality is Sin" sweatshirts, and Bueler says they were suspended for the day as a result.

The leader of the conservative student group contends that the school administrators and teachers who tried to shut down the Day of Truth protest were actually demonstrating the intolerance that exists against biblical and conservative viewpoints. "They're just proving my point," he says.

"There's a liberal bias in public education," Bueler continues. "And not only that, but you have a day unto one group -- the Day of Silence, a pro-homosexual day supported by the school. And when any other group tries to demonstrate or have a day like they have, it's not tolerable."

That's pretty much what one would expect when, the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network’s Executive Director, Kevin Jennings, sets the example in a March 20th, 2000 speech at Marble Collegiate Church in New York City by saying:

"We have to quit being afraid of the religious right. We also have to quit -- ... I'm trying to find a way to say this. I'm trying not to say, '[F---] 'em! which is what I want to say, because I don't care what they think! Drop dead!"

The DOS campaign was launched simultaneously with the GLSEN's “Teach Respect” campaign which “seeks to educate, inform and inspire Americans to address the serious problems of anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment that affects ALL students – gay and straight alike – in our nation’s schools.” Is that what they consider “leading by example”?

Posted by Danny Carlton at April 13, 2005 11:24 AM

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That kid was going around calling people Nig*ers and Dykes and Jose indescriminately - anybody who didn't agree with him. He came up to my girlfriend one day and called her a "Dyke" for no reason but becuase she has short hair. His pro-marriage and pro-whatnot paraphenelia was intentionally inflammatory and offensive. The teachers at this school not supporting his hate are not a good example for this article. Your facts are second hand and extremely biased. What the news reported he did was predominantly based on calls to news stations and newspapers by Tim and his father. Thanks for telling it like it is.

Posted by: California at November 28, 2005 04:38 PM

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