Saturday, October 13, 2007

For Shame! Arnold Hurts Kids!

This is truly appalling!!!

Arnold Schwarzenegger Signs Bills Forcing Schools to Promote Transsexuality, Bisexuality, and Homosexuality to Five Year Olds

“Every school a homosexual-bisexual-transsexual indoctrination center”

Call Arnold Schwarzenegger at 916-445-2841 to tell him how appalled and disappointed you are. Send him an email here.

My letter to Arnold:

Governor Schwarzennegger,

I am writing to you today because I am deeply appalled and offended that you have signed four bills forcing children as young as five years old to be indoctrinated into homosexual/bisexual/transgenderism.

It has been my belief that schools are for teaching educational subjects like math, reading, writing, etc.; not brainwashing (or, in this case brain-dirtying) into sinful practices and/or social issues that they are not old enough to comprehend properly. Nor should they be exposed to them at such young ages. Enacting these terrible bills will result in mental moral molestation of
our children! Thus, they will inevitably destroy the moral and religious values that most God loving parents want instilled in their children. I am certain that parents across California are deeply upset, disappointed, and appalled that you have signed these bills!!


For the life of me, I cannot understand why you would sign such bills when you clearly vetoed them last year. What on earth could have changed??

I would also like to suggest that you read David Kupelian's book called "The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised As Freedom. In that book, you will see how you and many other well-meaning ( but, perhaps, unknowingly disinformed) people have fallen hook, line, and sinker for the radical homosexual indoctrination agenda and why it should be eliminated from our public schools. You can purchase a copy here.

It is my sincere hope that your heart will be stirred by reading that book (especially chapter one) and that you will change course towards pro-traditional family views in your governorship decisions, especially when it comes to decisions regarding the homosexual activist promotion and invasion of radical homosexual indoctrination in our public schools.


I am asking everyone to spread the horrible news that Arnold has signed four, absolutely awful homosexual indoctrination bills last night. Please share this post with everyone you know! His email box must be flooded with objections over his signatures on these terrible bills!!

Thank you!


P.S. Want to see what children as young as five years old will be subjected to in public schools when this becomes law?

Homosexual brainwashing in elementary schools video. You will not believe what you will see!

Don't have the time?
Too busy?
Not interested?
God will take care of it?

Please read When Good Men Do Nothing

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." (Edmund Burke)

Additional articles:

'Mom' and 'Dad' banished by California
Schwarzenegger signs law banning anything perceived as negative to 'gays'


Campaign For Children and Families

10/16/07 Update!!

We are not giving up!! Read about the upcoming referendum!!

CRFI to appear on The O'Reilly Factor Tomorrow Night! (Tonight, Tuesday, October 16, 2007!!)

The last 48 hours have been extremely busy for CRFI! The staff has been swamped with media interviews from all across the country. Tomorrow evening CRFI's executive director Karen England will appear on Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly show to discuss SB 777 and CRFI's referendum. Please tell your friends and family members to tune and learn more about this assault on traditional family values.

How YOU Can Help!

Since the governor's unbelievable decision to sign SB 777, we have received a tremendous outpouring of phone calls and e-mails regarding what citizens can do to help CRFI.

First, we need your financial support. In order to qualify this referendum for the ballot, we need approximately $500,000. That's roughly $1 for each of the necessary signatures (one half million signatures required). If every person who reads CRFI's e-mails gave just $25, we would be well on our way to reaching this goal.

Please send donations to CRFI@660 J Street, Suite 250, Sacramento, CA 95814.

Second, we will need help collecting signatures for the referendum. We will also need many volunteers in our office to help with the massive administration of the referendum. Please e-mail Meredith Turney if you are able to help collect signatures or help: or (916) 498-1940

Third, please sign up your friends and family members for our e-mails so that they can stay informed with the latest news about the SB 777 referendum. Last week radio talk show host Tom Sullivan stated on his program that CRFI's e-mails are some of the most informative updates for capitol news.

CRFI is pleased to announce that several legislators and candidates have signed on to support the SB 777 referendum, including: Assemblyman Joel Anderson, Assemblyman Doug LaMalfa, Assemblyman Ted Gaines, 4th District Congressional Candidate Eric Egland, and Eric Hogue, Candidate for State Assembly, district 4.

This list will continue to grow as lawmakers from across the state express their support for traditional family values in California.

CRFI will launch a web site for the SB 777 referendum within the next 24 hours. Stay tuned for more information on the web site and the referendum.

Read: Coming to a School Locker Room Near You


Christinewjc said...

I suppose I should be grateful that Arnold vetoed the gay marriage bill.

Read a very disturbing article about the impact this decision will probably have on the rest of the nation. It said that because most publishers follow the lead of California (and don't have the money to change the textbook wording from what California puts in them), this means that the entire nation's public school children will be subjected to this homosexual/bisexual/transgender indoctrination!!

I should have bookmarked the article. When I find it (or one that is similar) I will post it here.

This is a bad thing...not only for California public school children, but also for public school children in and across our entire nation!!

Christinewjc said...

Found the article.

Here's the portion that warns about public school textbooks across nation:

"Analysts have warned that schools across the nation will be impacted by the decision, since textbook publishers must cater to their largest purchaser, which often is California, and they will be unlikely to go to the expense of having a separate edition for other states."