ACTION ALERT: Urge Gov. Schwarzenegger to Veto Pro-Homosexual Calif. School Bill

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UPDATE: Read about Gov. Schwarzenegger’s decision to allow homosexual indoctrination in California

Excerpts from “‘Mom,’ ‘dad,’ targeted by California bias ban”
By Bob Unruh, WorldNetDaily.com – September 12, 2007

A new plan approved by the California Legislature could be used to ban the words “dad” or “mom” in all public schools as being discriminatory against “partner 1″‘ and “partner 2″ in same-sex relationships, according to critics.

The plan, SB777, has passed the state Assembly on a 43-23 vote and it now moves forward to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who previously vetoed another similar plan, SB1437 from 2006.

It bans any teaching or activities in schools that “promotes a discriminatory bias against” homosexuals, transgenders, bisexuals, and those with gender (perceived or actual) issues. [Karen England, executive director of Capitol Resource Family Impact] said the essence of SB 777 is that it seeks to normalize alternative lifestyles in California schools with special recognition for homosexuality, bisexuality, and transexuality.

It bans any teaching or activities in schools that “promotes a discriminatory bias against” homosexuals, transgenders, bisexuals, and those with gender (perceived or actual) issues. England said the essence of SB 777 is that it seeks to normalize alternative lifestyles in California schools with special recognition for homosexuality, bisexuality, and transexuality.

Randy Thomasson, of the Campaign for Children and Families, said the idea is just wrong.

“SB 777 requires textbooks, instructional materials and school-sponsored activities to positively portray cross-dressing, sex-change operations, homosexual ‘marriages’ and all aspects of homosexuality and bisexuality, including so-called ‘gay history,’” he said. “Silence on these sexual lifestyles will not be allowed.”

Thomasson said the notion “of forcing children to support controversial sexual lifestyles is shocking and appalling to millions of fathers and mothers.”

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http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57593


TAKE ACTION!
EMAIL AND CALL THE GOVERNOR NOW
1. Email Governor Schwarzenegger: Urge Governor Schwarzenegger to veto SB777. Click here to email the governor now.

2. Call Governor Schwarzenegger: Urge Governor Schwarzenegger to “Veto SB777. This dangerous bill is an attempt by the pro-homosexual Legislature to force California children into the belief that the deadly practice of homosexuality is natural and good.” Governor Schwarzenegger has 6 offices:

    Governor’s Office
    State Capitol Building
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Phone: 916-445-2841
    Fax: 916-445-4633
    Fresno Office
    2550 Mariposa Mall #3013
    Fresno, CA 93721
    Phone: 559-445-5295
    Fax: 559-445-5328
    Los Angeles Office
    300 South Spring Street
    Suite 16701
    Los Angeles, CA 90013
    Phone: 213-897-0322
    Fax: 213-897-0319
    Riverside Office
    3737 Main Street #201
    Riverside, CA 92501
    Phone: 951-680-6860
    Fax: 951-680-6863
    San Diego Office
    1350 Front Street
    Suite 6054
    San Diego, CA 92101
    Phone: 619-525-4641
    Fax: 619-525-4640
    San Francisco Office
    455 Golden Gate Avenue
    Suite 14000
    San Francisco, CA 94102
    Phone: 415-703-2218
    Fax: 415-703-2803

RELATED NEWS:
California’s public schools seem to be a hotbed for homosexual advocacy. Click on the links below to read about some of the radical, pro-homosexual policies that certain California legislators and educators have sought to force upon Christians in the Golden State.

CA Education Chief Praises Homosexual Perversion Festival
http://familypolicy.net/ca/?p=614

CA Lawmakers Pass Bill to Promote Homosexuality to Students
http://familypolicy.net/ca/?p=514

CA Teachers Take Elementary Students to “Gay Pride” Parade
http://familypolicy.net/ca/?p=513

CA Bill Allows Promotion of Trans-Bi-Homosexuality to Schoolchildren
http://familypolicy.net/ca/?p=418

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