Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A San Francisco Field Trip (Tolerance update...bumped)

Your California tax dollars at work:

A group of San Francisco first-graders took an unusual field trip to City Hall on Friday to toss rose petals on their just-married lesbian teacher - putting the public school children at the center of a fierce election battle over the fate of same-sex marriage.

The 18 Creative Arts Charter School students took a Muni bus and walked a block at noon to toss rose petals and blow bubbles on their just-married teacher Erin Carder and her wife Kerri McCoy, giggling and squealing as they mobbed their teacher with hugs.

Mayor Gavin Newsom, a friend of a friend, officiated.

Opponents of Proposition 8 (the California Marriage Protection Act...I'll not use the redefinition mandated by our libtard AG Jerry Brown), have maintained that our children will NOT be indoctrinated by the homosexual agenda. Oh yeah?:

"She's such a dedicated teacher," said the school's interim director Liz Jaroslow.

"It really is what we call a teachable moment," Jaroflow said, noting the historic significance of same-sex marriage and related civil rights issues.

Remember, your children will NOT be indoctrinated by our schools:

Two first graders witness a "teachable moment"

The Creative Arts Charter School is a public school...paid for by California tax dollars.

Update: Opponents of Prop. 8 call supporters "intolerant".

Uh huh.

We are the intolerant ones?


B Smith said...

Pot, meet kettle.
Waaay back in fifth grade, I had an extreme-left-wing, openly-lesbian teacher. I managed to get over the bias she inspired toward lesbians, but never for the intolerant- leftish-militant-bitch phobia that I still cringe from.

Yiddish Steel said...

Dude! This afternoon, on my way home, there was a gathering of Fag Hags and Metro-sexual wastes of Y chromosomes on the corner of El Camino and Leucadia Blvd. There they were, holding signs and banners and doing their hippie line dancing to the refrains of "No on 8". I gave them a very firm thumbs down while making the slow turn heading eastbound. You can't have your Gay Wedding Cake and eat it too.