Friday, May 12, 2006


Honor gays in textbooks? Oh No!!

Honor gays in textbooks? Calif. considers - Education - "The bill would require California's social science textbooks to include the contributions of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people to the state and nation's history. California is the United States' largest buyer of textbooks, with annual spending topping $400 million.
The measure passed Thursday 22-15, with no Republican votes. It heads to the Assembly, where opponents vowed another fight.
The bill, introduced by Democratic Sen. Sheila Kuehl, the state's first openly gay legislator, also would bar textbooks and other instructional material that portrayed gays in a negative light."

Being slight in stature, I am surprised and offended that they are focused on sexuality and not "little people". It is rarely noted that Napoleon was of my ilk. "Little's" contribution to history cannot and should not be ignored. Rise up, I say, to other dwarfs, pigmy's, elves, and midgets. They may not be able to tell, but we must rise up!
(These things must be ridiculed. Otherwise, we might actually take these idiots in Sacramento seriously, which would indeed be wrong.)

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