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August 04, 2005

Father faces trial over objection to pro-homosexual kindergarten curriculum

From WorldNetDaily...

David Parker, of Lexington, spent a night in jail and was charged with criminal trespassing after refusing to leave a scheduled meeting with school officials April 27, unless they gave him the option of pulling his child out of certain classes....

At a hearing Tuesday, Parker's trial date was set for Sept. 21....

The dispute began last spring when Parker's then-5-year-old son brought home a book to be shared with his parents titled, "Who's in a Family?" The optional reading material, which came in a "Diversity Book Bag," depicted at least two households led by homosexual partners.

The funniest quote, though is from Laura Tully, a supporter of the school district's homosexual recruitment curriculum...

A 5-year-old who is coming to the classroom with two moms deserves to be in a classroom that includes books that show his family.

So why shouldn't a 5-year-old whose family are nudists? What about a kid who's dad's a pedophile? What about the kids whose parents are into “wife-swapping”? Is that really a Pandora's Box we want to open?

But the scariest thing is that the immoral Left is now arresting those who oppose them. I guess that's the only way they can ensure unfettered access to people's children.

Posted by Danny Carlton at August 4, 2005 06:24 AM

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You seem to presuppose that homosexuality is on a moral par with such things as marital infidelity or pedophilia. On the face of it, this seems false. Marital infidelity and pedophilia are intrinsically, inevitably harmful. In this, they are like rape or murder. But I know from experience that the practice of homosexuality is not likewise intrinsically, inevitably harmful. I know of a number of homosexual couples who have been faitful to one another for years. They are happy, good people, and to insist otherwise is to reject the clear evidence of my experience.

Posted by: Franklin Mason at August 4, 2005 08:28 AM

I'm sure there are people that would say the same about married couples that wife-swap as well as pedophiles. You overlook the obvious in an attempt to condone what is wrong. There are reasons people turn to homosexuality, and they aren't healthy reasons. More often than not it's the result of abuse at a young age.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at August 4, 2005 10:59 AM

David Parker is a parent to be commended on his actions; that's what parenting is all about. Kindergarten, or any grade, for that matter, is not the place for such books. We don't send our children to school to learn about homosexuality, two fathers/two mothers families, rape, murder, pedophilia, or any other number of objectionable lifestyles.

Posted by: Barbara at August 4, 2005 11:03 AM

Danny is there a reason you turned to heterosexuality? No? Then get a clue, homosexuality isn't a lifestyle choice or the result of abuse as much as you would like to believe it is or you local pastor tries to make you believe.

Barbara it is so incredibly offensive that you can even being to equate homosexuals with murder and rape. I dread to think what you feel about people with different colour skin, or heaven forbid people that worship another God!

Posted by: Raz at August 4, 2005 12:46 PM

Yes, there is a reason, I wasn't molested and I had two good role models as parents. Bad behavior is bad behavior. I'm sure pedophiles find it just as "incredibly offensive" that people think what they do is wrong.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at August 4, 2005 01:38 PM

You obviously have no clue about the difference between someone who sexually abuses children and a relationship between two consenting adults. Bigotry is bad behaviour too ya know.

Posted by: Raz at August 4, 2005 01:42 PM

Raz, you are right, intolerance and denial of rights should never be condoned.

That is exactly why I support David Parker. The only thing he asked for was the right to have his 5-year-old "opt-out" of education on human sexuality. These rights are guaranteed by state law. Why punish him for standing up for his rights?


Posted by: Mike at August 14, 2005 12:39 PM

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