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California Governor Schwarzenegger signed a bill this week, creating a day of recognition for Harvey Milk, a homosexual activist.
The bill encourages schools across the state to set aside a day to honor this controversial person.
The homosexual activists are claiming a civil rights victory.
Dr. Alexandria Coronado, chairman of the Orange County Board of Education, says she is "absolutely furious." And she is not silent about her concerns. I have linked the story which gives more detail.
Her concerns and her willingness to speak out about them raises an even larger question.
Coronado says she knows several Californians who are far more deserving to be honored than a controversial homosexual activist. She mentions the late President Ronald Reagan and former Governor Pat Brown.
As the homosexual lobby continues their attempt to remake the culture, why are there not more people in leadership speaking out as Dr. Coronado is doing?
They are demanding special rights---rights that are above and beyond those given to any other part of our society.
They are demanding the right to redefine marriage and rewrite the textbooks of our children, normalizing homosexuality---calling it "equality".
They mislead the public with deceptive legislation, as in SB 5688, claiming one thing to the public and something else to the press.
They demand honor for Harvey Milk simply because he was a homosexual, yet we pass over the likes of Reagan or Brown who actually did something.
You tell me what's wrong with this picture.
We are standing on our head culturally, wondering why we are loosing our sense of moral balance.
The press seems mandated to support their wishes, regardless of how extreme. Some politicians are driven to prove they are not homophobes or worse----bigots, so they support every bill that comes from the homosexual lobby, from normalizing homosexuality in the classroom, redefining marriage or writing and passing extreme so-called "hate crimes" legislation and ENDA.
The press and the politicians seem to be willing to do anything to escape the wrath and scorn of a vocal and sometimes violent homosexual lobby.
And unfortunately, some pastors and Christian leaders go to great length to avoid addressing the moral decay and its cause that is destroying the culture.
We cannot remain silent.
Many of us are trying to right the listing cultural ship with Referendum 71. Make no mistake, the price is great. Many who read this blog know exactly what I am referring to.
But if not us, who? And if not now, when?
Wake up. Be prayerful. Be vigilant. Be discerning. Be active.
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