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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Classroom protection act passes first committee

The bill saying talk of sexuality in grades k-8 shall be limited to natural reproduction only, passed out of the house education subcommittee today.

Another step.

9 comments:

  1. THIS IS GREAT NEWS, SENATOR! CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    PLEASE KNOW OF OUR PRAYERS THAT THIS WILL BE PASSED BY THE ENTIRE HOUSE, AS IT PASSED IN THE SENATE!

    YOU'RE THE BEST, SENATOR!

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    1. It seems as if you are threatened by anything outside of what you call 'natural reproduction'. Isn't any reproduction 'natural'? Provide for me what constitutes unnatural reproduction.

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    1. In the news today, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey has vetoed a bill that would allow same-sex marriage in his state!

      It is so incredibly good to see someone who is a real man - man enough to stand up for his Christian faith!
      REAL MEN LOVE JESUS!

      All throughout the Bible, Old Testament and New Testament, we are warned that the homosexual lifestyle is against the will of God, something so wrong that it can cause a person to lose their eternal salvation. God tells us the truth because He loves us, because He wants to protect us!

      May God bless Governor Christie for having the courage of his convictions. May God bless you, Senator, for also having the courage of your convictions. I see you suffer for the kingdom of God, day after day, and that nothing scares you or causes you to turn back. You are a modern-day Saint of the Lord! So many of us are so very thankful to have courageous men like you and Governor Christie standing up for the truth!

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  3. What an utterly bizarre and backward country this is.

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    1. Yes you're right, this is a backward country for those that would try and live a life contrary to the Word of God and think that those who honor and live by His Word should agree with them. I think I will choose God's Word and not theirs'.

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  4. Does this mean that children with gay or lesbian parents aren't allowed to talk about their families or draw their family trees until 9th grade in Tennessee? I was just in Tennessee last week and thought it would be a lovely place to live and work but I won't move to a place that doesn't treat all its children and their families as equally valued. This is just too bad.

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    1. Laurel, you make a wonderful point. The obvious response is that children with gay or lesbian parents probably won't be allowed to attend school ever again so that any whisper of the word gay can be avoided entirely. Home schooling for all!

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  5. Sir, "another step" toward what?

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