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Thursday, September 20, 2012

"More text books, less sex books"

As hoped, my bill about not teaching anything other then natural reproduction to young children in school classrooms  ("The classroom protection act") is starting to gain support nation wide.

In Missouri a similar bill has been filed by Steve Cookson and has over 20 co sponsors. Of course his goes farther then mine does as it seems to cover all grades and all activities. His reads

"This bill prohibits the discussion of sexual orientation in

public school instruction, material, or extracurricular activity

except in scientific instruction on human reproduction."


Interesting.

 I read a few of the media reports and they all seem like a retread of the same attacks used on my bill. They call it the same name "Don't say gay" they say "You are making our state a national laughing stock on late night television!!" and  "He must be a closet gay"  yada, yada, yada.

Its good to see I'm not the only one willing to stand up to the gaystapo.

5 comments:

  1. I'd say you'd stand below it.

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  2. Senator Campfield, there are countless people, all over the state of Tennessee, who have stood behind you on this issue, ever since we first heard about your great idea called the Classroom Protection Act!

    We are so very happy and proud of you that this idea is beginning to go nationwide. You are truly a leader we can look up to.

    Your strong interest in protecting children and educating them in a proper way is one reason you have so many devoted supporters!

    The Lord Jesus went around telling people what was best for them, what would bring them true happiness, and he was mocked and ridiculed, again and again. If we follow in his steps, we will get the same treatment. I guess you are used to it by now...

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    1. I see you drank the red punch...

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  3. Thank you much for standing up. It's way past time we got back to letting children be children...without the over-the-top influence and obsession with sex that is currently seen in our pop culture.

    KM

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  4. Just lock up your kids. There's probably a reality show dedicated to that.

    and gaystapo? That's not very nurturing. What about a child with gay parents? What kind of message is that? Name calling is healthy? You are the root of arguments such as this. Leave Jesus on those very very thin opaque white pages and speak on the heart of the matter.

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