Big Al takes no prisoners as he fights his gag reflex...
Alan knows right from wrong and doesn't want homosexuals promoting their agenda in our public schools. Strong opinions here on a very sensative, politically-correct-hot-potato subject...
"How Dare We Fight Back?"
By Alan Burkhart
Have you ever noticed how the Left sees the pursuit of its agenda as being a protected constitutional right, while at the same time proclaiming that conservatives are hate-mongers and homophobes for doing the same thing? How does that work?Alan sure speaks his mind. It won't surprise you that he's got some rather strong-worded hatemail to share..."You retarded fascist f***!" for starters.
In a recent editorial at 365Gay.com, Kevin Jennings expounds at length about a “Right Wing Game Plan to Control Our Schools.” Jennings, by the way, is founder and Executive Director of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network). In his editorial, he rants about how straight parents are resisting the efforts of pro-gay organizations to introduce various pro-gay programs into public schools. Mr. Jennings complains loudly about how parents are “organizing” to “roll back the progress” made by various homosexual groups.
straight parents are resisting
the efforts of pro-gay organizations
to introduce various pro-gay
programs into public schools.
Well, gee whiz Kevin – what did you think would happen? Do you and your fellow homosexuals somehow have a special mandate to promote a homosexual agenda in our public schools? Did you believe that parents engaged in the long and arduous process of raising normal, healthy children would just lie down and let a bunch of twisted freaks like you attempt to influence their children? By the way Kevin… Feel free to correct me if you’re not a homosexual.
This may come as a shock to you Mr. Jennings, but the vast majority of parents in America don’t want pro-homosexual materials in their school libraries. We don’t want teachers and faculty telling our kids that homosexuals are just as normal as everyone else. The simple fact is, Mr. Jennings, that homosexuality is not normal. Do you, Mr. Jennings, wish to remove your clothing and crawl into bed with someone whose legs are just as hairy as your own? If so, then you are a grotesque parody of a human being. Why would you be surprised that parents are rejecting the efforts of homosexuals to pervert the minds of our children?
We don’t want teachers and faculty
telling our kids that homosexuals
are just as normal as everyone else
Parents who wish to raise wholesome and normal children are being forced to look to private and parochial schools instead of traditional public schools to escape the ongoing assault on normalcy and morality. Home schooling continues to grow at an increasing rate as parents quit their jobs and stay home to teach their children. Teachers Unions, fearing the loss of their monopoly on the minds of our children, shamelessly fight home schooling and school voucher programs. These are people who would gleefully take away your right to educate your kids as you see fit, and they enjoy the full support of liberal Democrats in both houses of Congress and the Antique Media.
What was once a disconnected band of grassroots efforts to fight pro-homosexual policy in schools has grown (as Mr. Jennings fearfully notes) into a national movement. It’s a perfect example of concerned Americans taking action to protect their interests. Parents are standing up and saying “NO” to the notion that homosexuality should be treated as being no different than heterosexuality.
People are being reminded that there really is such a thing as right and wrong. We’re being reminded that it’s not “hate speech” to point out evil when we see it. It isn’t “homophobic” to fight against the wave of sexual perversion that has rolled across our country. “Homophobe” is a term that should be struck from our language. The term suggests that it’s somehow wrong to feel uncomfortable with homosexuals in our society. Does the fact that I must fight my gag reflex when I see two homosexuals holding hands make me a bigot? Nope, it doesn’t. The reaction is just as normal as the gag reflex that occurs from smelling rancid meat or spoiled milk.
Does the fact that I must
fight my gag reflex when
I see two homosexuals holding hands
make me a bigot?
Homosexuals have every right to live safe and happy lives in America. As far as I’m concerned, whatever two (or more?) consenting adults do with each other behind closed doors is their business. I don’t care. But they do not have the right to bring their perversions into our schools. To do so is to usurp the rights of millions of parents who recognize the abnormality of homosexual behavior. Those children who are struggling with their sexual identity are most vulnerable to the influence of homosexual groups, and it is no coincidence that those groups are pushing for the right to have access to our kids.
The pro-homosexual movement isn’t just about “homosexual rights.” It’s about their desire to have sex with your child.