The sooner we see the end of this bill the better. Harvey Milk was no Martin Luther King. He was no role model. His face on the front of the gay activist movement is not reason enough to take a day out of our children’s education to celebrate.
What homosexual indoctrination would come to your school under the guise of “Harvey Milk Day”? I’d rather not find out.
News from our friends at “SaveCalifornia.com”
The good news is “Harvey Milk Gay Day” for public schools might be vetoed.
The bad news is SB 572 also could be signed — unless you pick up the phone today and ask your friends to do the same.
You see, while Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed the same bill last year, it was because of a large outpouring of public opposition.
That opposition remains strong among the “silent majority.” A recent poll found only 1 out of 5 Californians want a statewide “day of significance” honoring Harvey Milk.
But homosexual-agenda advocates are turning up the heat. Sean Penn, who starred in the movie “Milk” about the late San Francisco homosexual activist, has talked to Schwarzengger to ask him to sign SB 572. So has Milk’s homosexual activist nephew.
Of course, homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activist groups are working hard to pass “Harvey Milk Gay Day” into law. They’re generating calls and emails to Schwarzenegger urging him to sign this horrible bill. You had better be doing the same, only to demand a VETO instead, especially right now, since SB 572 has just passed another committee.
As you can see, this is a dynamic situation that could go either way. But one thing’s for sure. If Arnold Schwarzenegger receives more calls, emails and faxes supporting “Harvey Milk Gay Day,” he will be tempted to sign it. Don’t let this happen!
- PICK UP THE PHONE RIGHT NOW
Parents don’t want this, and children don’t need this. Schools should teach children academics, not the ‘lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender’ values of Harvey Milk.”