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Defending the Separation of Laws! Keep Fanatics Off OUR Constitution!

No on Prop 8 it has Nothing to do with School Corriculum!

Some people are trying to confuse voters!

Prop 8 doesn’t have anything to do with changing school curriculum! It changes the California’s constitution to suit the needs of a religion or fanatical religious groups. You never change the constitution to suite religion nor should I or my family be governed by religion not of my choosing.

Parents have always had a say in school curriculum, if their is a problem with that, then they take it up with their local school.

I choose not to teach children the hate that is being pushed on Homosexual families. Some allege that Prop 8 is not hate. It is discrimination, and that IS by definition HATE! You don’t have to like anyone, but WE as a society should never add this discrimination in California’s constitution.

Prop 8 is hate and discrimination because it takes away the rights of a loving family who share a life, and need a civil marriage to hold it together legally. The Civil Law is for the purpose of proving property rights and heirs. Civil Laws and Religious Laws are separate. They need to stop trying to restructure our civil laws to suit their needs.

The courts even approved the proper wording of Prop 8 which the supporters didn’t like because it tells the truth. It doesn’t give the lies they are telling over the internet in comment posts or fliers being sent out or the lies the their telemarketers are putting into youtube and youtube comments!

Why the need to lie about Prop 8? Because they are liars and lies are how they get converts and donations!

Prop 8 isn’t even about changing school curriculum, it’s about taking away rights of people to have a secure loving home under the constitution and our civil laws. If you have a problem with school curriculum then go to your local school district. Each school district educates dependent on the community and some offer French speaking classes, and some offer Spanish speaking classes. If parents don’t want Spanish then they go to their LOCAL school board and working on the curriculum!

Aside from that the California Teachers Association [NOT MA!] has already told us that Prop 8 has nothing to do with teaching. That is a fear tactic, and fear tactics are typical practices of the Church.

I truly feel sorry for the parents backing such a ban because they will have children who are Gay!

TO MANY UNBIASED PROFESSIONALS HAVE SPOKE OUT AGAINST PROP 8! When I say unbiased I’m talking about religious backers, religious interference and religious groups. I have a problem with them trying to restructure OUR constitution! We have American’s fighting a war as a direct result of alleged “fanatics” targeting America, and we do not need fanatics inside trying to destroy our constitutions. WE LIVE IN AMERICA AND IT’S NOT A THEOCRACY!

Sex Education:
If you only watched TV ads, you might think Proposition 8 had something to do with sex education in public schools. It doesn’t. It says nothing about education. See: http://www.sacbee.com/110/story/1351698.html

300 Pediatricians
The NO on Prop 8 campaign today released a statement signed by more than 300 leading California pediatricians announcing their joint opposition to Prop 8 and concluding that the physician who signed the Prop 8 ballot statement, Jane Anderson, MD, in no way represents the majority of pediatricians on this issue. The pediatrician statement took issue with Dr. Anderson, who identifies herself as a Fellow of the American College of Pediatricians. According to that organization’s Web site, the American College of Pediatricians believes homosexuality is “preventable and changeable” and that “spanking can be an effective component of discipline.” See: http://www.acpeds.org

The pediatrician’s full statement against Prop 8 reads as follows:

“As pediatricians who care for children and families of California, we are writing to publicly deny any implication from the recently mailed “2008 California Voter” Guide that pediatricians support Prop 8. In the Guide, a rebuttal to the argument against Proposition 8 is signed by a pediatrician who is self-identified as a Fellow of the American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds). We wish to clarify that the ACPeds is an organization that does not in any way represent the majority of pediatricians’ opinions regarding this initiative.

“The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), not the ACPeds, is the national organization with over 60,000 members that represents American pediatricians. The Board of Directors of the national office of the AAP commissioned a review of the relevant literature regarding child health in the context of same sex unions. The report was authored by a diverse panel of twelve experts from around the country and was published in the AAP’s journal Pediatrics in 2006. It concludes,

‘Civil marriage is a legal status that promotes healthy families by conferring a powerful set of rights, benefits, and protections that cannot be obtained by other means. Civil marriage can help foster financial and legal security, psychosocial stability, and an augmented sense of societal acceptance and support. Children who are raised by civilly married parents benefit from the legal status granted to their parents.

‘Gay and lesbian people have been raising children for many years and will continue to do so in the future; the issue is whether these children will be raised by parents who have the rights, benefits, and protections of civil marriage.

‘There is ample evidence to show that children raised by same-gender parents fare as well as those raised by heterosexual parents. More than 25 years of research has documented that there is no relationship between parents’ sexual orientation and any measure of a child’s emotional, psychosocial, and behavioral adjustment… Conscientious and nurturing adults, whether they are men or women, heterosexual or homosexual, can be excellent parents. The rights, benefits, and protections of civil marriage can further strengthen these families.’

“As physicians who care for society’s most vulnerable members, we are committed to supporting what is best for our patients. In our clinical experience, supporting loving families supports children. Supporting the union and legal right of parents who care for our patients is not only the right thing for us to do; it is the professional thing to do.

“Please join us in protecting our patients and vote against Proposition 8 on November 4.”

The statement and the full list of pediatricians who signed it is posted online at www.noonprop8.com

Constitutional attorney Jim Brosnahan
Constitutional attorney Jim Brosnahan heard Prof. Richard Peterson’s claims in ads about Prop 8, and wants to set the record straight. He challenged Peterson to a debate, but he never responded. So Jim took matters into his own hand, first publishing a response called A Debate with Myself on Proposition 8 and now he with his first-ever YouTube video. See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQBMoX93Q_o

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November 3, 2008 - Posted by | Action Alert, Rant | , , , , , , ,

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