Friday, April 06, 2012

Last month a Christian, family-values lobbying group convinced Arizona lawmakers to kill an anti-bullying bill that it said carried a gay friendly agenda, according to the Arizona Daily Star. The state Senate's minority leader, David Schapira, blamed the president of the lobbying group for killing the bill, calling her a "legislative terrorist.""Cathi Herrod, an unelected lobbyist, killed a bill that would protect all Arizona kids purely because of her intolerance of gay kids," he said.
So now it seems it's alright for Gays to be bullied. I mean, for God's sake they are sinning, right?. The absolute gall of these ingrates, to actually vote down bullying legislation because it also protects 'The Gays' is in my mind a crime, and a sin.
What is it about so-called good Christian's that they showcase so much hatred to what they perceive are the sinners. Wouldn't it be more holy to try to help the 'less fortunate' amongst us.
Amazingly these sad excuses for human beings would rather kids be harassed, chased, beat-up, abused, verbally assaulted, emotionally scarred, and in many cases have their lived ruined; then to pass a bill that would protect everyone.
How sad. How despicable. The fact that the subject of bullying has finally been addressed is fantastic, a little late if you ask me, but still good jobs politicians. But to throw a wrench into it, by using a bigoted mindset, is I'm sorry simply too despicable to simply be quiet about.
To hate a person so much because of their sexual preference, that you're willing to let innocent kids be hurt in any capacity is simply beneath anything I can imagine. These hateful people should all look in the mirror closely, and prayer that none of their loved ones get bullied or worse. Cause if they do, I hope they feel the guilt of the pain they inflicted on the innocent.
To learn more about this important topic, please check out the link below.
Christian Groups Take Issue With Anti-Bullying Laws
Katy Hall, April 6, 2012 | 8:34:54 AM (EST)
Anti-bullying legislation may seem unlikely to spark controversy, but there are groups working to overturn new laws in the name of religious freedom.
 ways beyond bullying into indoctrination, just promoting homosexuality and transgenderism."...

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, April 6, 2012 

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