Monday, March 03, 2008

Homeschooling Family in California under attack

Now that the Culture of Death has firmly ensconced itself in the government school system in California, any family who resists the anti-Christian agenda will be punished. You can only expect the noose to tighten if either Hillary or Obama is elected. They must re-educate our children, to ensure their own survival, since they don't have enough children themselves.
Who are they: the educational establishment, made up of the teachers' unions, Planned Parenthood, gay activists and the like.
Even if you don't homeschool, you must fight for the freedom of parents to resist this forced indoctrination by the Culture of Death.
Here's what the father of the family, Philip Long has to say,
"We just don't want them teaching our children," he told WND. "They teach things that are totally contrary to what we believe. They put questions in our children's minds we don't feel they're ready for.
"When they are much more mature, they can deal with these issues, alternative lifestyles, and such, or whether they came from primordial slop. At the present time it's my job to teach them the correct way of thinking," he said.
"We're going to appeal. We have to. I don't want to put my children in a public school system that teaches ideologies I don't believe in," he said.

Spoken like a true protector and primary educator of his children.
Well done, Mr. Long!
Read the entire article here.
HT World Net Daily

1 comment:

Fredrick Schwartz said...

This isn't about religion it's about the rule of law. The Long family subverted the law by trying to state they had the right to homeschool based on a portion of the Educational Code that did not apply to them because it provided the easiest path to homeschooling. The Longs were the ones who brought their religious beliefs into the argument but that won't hold water in any court. if they just dropped their kids off at Sundland every morning there would be no issue; if they were both certified as tutors there would be no legal issue. Saving that course they are wasting their money in appeals they would be better off trying to petition to have the law changed the next time LA county votes.