California: Benedict Arnold Signs-On to Gay Agenda “Harvey Milk Day” and Same Sex Marriage Bills BOTH SIGNED

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California: Say HELLO to State Pedophile Day and Same Sex Marriage!

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signs controversial gay agenda bills mandating recognition of  “Harvey Milk Day” and same sex marriage.

After a long midnight session with legislators, Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed SB 572 legislation that appoints May 22 as “Harvey Milk Day” in California public schools AND and SB 54 that recognizes same-sex marriages performed out of state.

The signing of these two bills is a slap in the face to voters who have consistently rejected same sex marriage and pushing homosexuality in schools.

Opponents “Harvey Milk Day” were concerned that the legislation would not simply “allow schools to conduct activities that would foster respect for all” but rather pressure schools into presenting homosexuality in a positive light, gay marriage as a civil right, and those who say homosexual relations are wrong as discriminatory bigots.

Concerned parents, teachers and pro-family leaders joined the voices of thousands who had already called on the governor to veto “Harvey Milk Day”  because of it’s aim in promoting homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality in public schools:

“Under SB 572, schoolchildren could perform mock gay weddings, have cross-dressing contests, and have gay-pride parades right on campus. Why? Because ‘Harvey Milk Gay Day’ pressures schools to make children honor and support anything and everything that Milk believed in. The sky is the limit. And there’s no parental consent in the bill” — Randy Thomasson of SaveCalifornia.com

“Hispanic children are dropping out of school in record numbers, and now the politicians want children to learn more about the homosexual agenda, instead doing more to academically prepare them for graduation and college? That’s not just immoral, that’s crazy. Hispanic families will not put up with this.” — Luis Galdamez, Executive Director of La Familia Hispana

The Orange County Board of Education actually voted 5-0 to condemn officially condemn Harvey Milk day:

“We who are responsible for the academic achievement of thousands of children must guard and protect their best interests.  Replacing valuable classroom time with social engineering may be popular with some, but it’s certainly not the legitimate purpose of schools.”  —Dr. Ken Williams, member of the Orange County Board of Education

A second bill put forward by homosexual advocacy groups was also signed by the Governor.   SB 54 is the most flagrant violation of the people’s will to date:

“SB 54 requires the state of California to validate and recognize same-sex marriages performed outside the state of California prior to November 5, 2008.  The bill specifically violates Article I, Section 7.5 of the California Constitution which states “Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.”—California Family Council

The People spoke by the millions during the Proposition 8 election last year and by millions before during Proposition 22.  Twice by vote and now by Constitutional amendment, the Constitution of California recognizes marriage as between one man and one woman.

SB 54 started off as a healthcare bill but was summarily gutted and amended into a new bill that recognizes same sex marriages from out of state. It was completely stripped inside and out and re-written to be a gay rights bill.

The gutting and amending of SB 54 allowed this controversial bill to pass to a full floor vote after going through only one committee hearing.  It’s wrong for such a controversial bill to  go through only a partial vetting without the opportunity for maximum public input.

After months of protesting, faxing, calling, and petitioning in opposition to these two bills, the governor has turned his back on voters, families and the state’s most vulnerable— our children.

–Beetle Blogger

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27 Comments

  1. Urabus said,

    October 12, 2009 at 6:39 am

    AWSOME! But…..we will have to fight this again next year obviously, as Leno will not back down. But neither will parents and moral individuals of this state…..EVER. What about SB 54? I had not found any info on these two bills as of 7:30am Monday.

  2. Delirious said,

    October 12, 2009 at 6:46 am

    WHen I read the title of this post in my blogger preview, I actually yelled out loud, “WHOOO HOOOO!” :)

  3. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 6:48 am

    Vetoed two years straight and counting!

  4. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 6:55 am

    I haven’t heard yet about SB 54, here’s where I’m watching: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/13564/

  5. Urabus said,

    October 12, 2009 at 6:57 am

    I just phoned home to give my wife the good news. When you have worked and donated considerable amounts of money each month for something as good as this, it is a joyous thing to realize.

  6. Anon said,

    October 12, 2009 at 7:07 am

    You quote is from the governor’s veto from last year. Other sources are saying that he has SIGNED SB 572 into law.

  7. Anon said,

    October 12, 2009 at 7:43 am

    http://bit.ly/136lzk

  8. Urabus said,

    October 12, 2009 at 8:07 am

    What is going on here? I just looked at Save California’s webiste and it says they still do not know the outcome. I was watching the same governors website and cannot find it listed.

  9. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 8:09 am

    SAC BEE just came out with the story: http://www.sacbee.com/capitolandcalifornia/story/2248216.html

    Looks like he signed BOTH bills at the last minute.

  10. Robert said,

    October 12, 2009 at 8:30 am

    Arnold is two-faced.

  11. Robert said,

    October 12, 2009 at 9:49 am

    They’ll get rid of Milk day when no kids show up on May22

  12. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 10:18 am

    Governor Signs Two Pro-Homosexual Bills into Law
    Yesterday evening Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed SB 54 and SB 572, both authored by Senator Mark Leno, into law. SB 54 requires California to grant all the privileges and rights of marriage to same-sex marriages performed outside of California prior to the passage of Proposition 8 last year. SB 572 requires the governor to declare every May 22 Harvey Milk Day in California.

    “This is tragic news for California families,” state Karen England, executive director of Capitol Resource Institute. “The governor has chosen to completely undermine the will of the people — the millions of Californians who have twice stated that they intend for only traditional marriage to be recognized in our state. By signing SB 54, the governor thumbs his nose at the initiative process and the voters who trust that their vote means something.

    Last year the governor vetoed a bill identical to SB 572 that would have declared Harvey Milk Day in California. In his veto message, the governor cited the local influence of Milk in San Francisco, stating that Milk’s recognition should not be mandated statewide.

    “We don’t know why the governor suddenly changed his mind and decided to impose a radical social agenda in every classroom,” stated England. “One possible explanation is the influence of the governor’s Hollywood friends. After a biopic on Milk received Academy Award recognition earlier this year, Hollywood political activists began lobbying the governor to sign the resurrected Harvey Milk Day bill. It seems that the governor places more value in the opinion of his Hollywood friends and their values than the values of the people who voted him into office.”

    The Harvey Milk Day bill was so controversial that the governor dedicated a phone line in his office to calls regarding Harvey Milk Day.

    “The people of California have clearly spoken out against same-sex marriage and Harvey Milk Day, yet the legislature and the governor continue to push their agenda on our children,” stated England. “Parents are outraged that their young children — including kindergarteners — will be forced to participate in activities ‘commemorating’ the life of a man known for his sexuality. Parents and voters are deeply disappointed and outraged by the governor’s signing of these two unnecessary, agenda-pushing bills.”

  13. Urabus said,

    October 12, 2009 at 10:27 am

    Don’t be too sure about that. There are serious Satanic forces at work here. Also, the vast majority of parents are so uniformed about social issues and school policy that they won’t know anything about this until the day their kid comes home from school cross-dressed and brain washed.

    Randy Thomasson must be heart broken after all the hard work put into this, as we all are. But he is also right in saying that Californians are reaping what they have sown because it was no secrete that Schwarzenegger was part of the homosexual agenda when they voted him into office. I work at a company that employs 100% Hispanics, except for me. Every single one of them voted for Schwarzenegger, and last year for Obama. And now they are upset that their schools will become homosexual recruitment centers.

    Most voters don’t have any idea what they are doing when they go to the polls. They just vote based on some catchy campaign slogan they heard or in the case of Obama and the employees where I work, they were bought by the promise of a couple of extra bucks in their paycheck each month.

  14. Norris Hall said,

    October 12, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    I certainly understand the anger that Gay Marriage opponents are expressing.

    At the same time, we have to acknowledge that the tide is not going in their favor
    While Gay Marriage is opposed by a majority of Americans…53% to 39%,
    opposition dwindles significantly when it comes to the younger college educated Americans who support gay marriage by a 58% to 37% margin.
    This means that as the older generation (who overwhelmingly opposed gay marriage 67% to 22%) exits from the scene, opposition will decline significantly and support will grow accordingly.

    Already gay rights issues like the right to have civil unions and abolishment of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in the military are receiving overwhelming support by the public….a public was decidedly less “gay friendly” 15 years ago.

    Though I am not gay I think we all need to face reality that the tide has turned and more and more states will be enacting laws allowing for gay marriage

    As more people learn to live with the new laws and if the dire predictions of the anti-gay-marriage proponents don’t materialize (say Christian churches forced to perform gay ceremonies) the trend will accelerate even more quickly.

    It is the way it is.

  15. Urabus said,

    October 12, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    I’m still curious where the initial false information that the governor vetoed SB572 originated, so I can black list the scource. That was VERY upsetting and my wife was beside herself when I had to call her back to tell her the horrible news. It’s not nice to do things like that to caring people. Can we get a grip on accurate info from here on?

  16. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    Urabus, sorry, the confusion was mine. There were blog stories out early this morning declaring veto, and I jumped in looking at the sources, but not the dates. The information they were going from was last year’s veto. It’s silly too because this whole time I’ve been fighting email rumors that the governor had already vetoed. I should have known to check the source dates. My apologies to your wife. I’m especially sorry because I was so excited for a victory after all the effort we put in.

  17. beetlebabee said,

    October 12, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Norris, I would not be so quick to write off the next generation. Young generations always take up with the cause of the moment, but then they age, have kids, and wise up. We need look no further than fashion, music or woodstock to confirm that trend. The normalization of homosexuality is not as popular as you may think. Even though the generations continue to age, public opinion for same sex marriage has leveled off and stagnated. It’s by no means a done deal. Society swings with different trends. Inevitability is what you make it.

  18. October 12, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    […] The signing of these two bills is a slap in the face to voters who have consistently rejected same sex marriage and pushing homosexuality in schools.” [Read all about it here] […]

  19. October 12, 2009 at 9:23 pm

    Impeachment proceedings, anyone?

  20. Urabus said,

    October 13, 2009 at 5:00 am

    beetle, thank you for being candid. I had a feeling that was the case. I also learned a hard lesson yesterday about this fight for what is right.

    It is obvious now that our government is corrupt from the top down. We are being “ruled” by Czars that overide any legal decisions or Constitutional Laws at their will. I am pulling all financial support ($1000’s donated already) for organizations that are trying to fight the homosexual agenda by legal means. And yes, that includes Save California. It is meaningless because no matter what legal victories are won, they are allmost immediately nullified by corrupt Czars that don’t agree with the ruling. As it stands now, there is little left of Prop 8, yet Andy Pugno still asking for big donations to defend it. What a waste of time and effort. The future will be decided by the power of the people to vote out of office the immoral Czars. Voting is also free of charge.

  21. beetlebabee said,

    October 13, 2009 at 7:08 am

    Urabus, I feel your frustration. The idea that a relatively small but funds powerful special interest group could usurp the will of the people so often has been eye opening to me as well. For me the aha moment came last January when, fresh off of our second marriage definition win (prop 22 and also prop 8), All three branches of government colluded against the twice stated will of the people to try to overturn it. When the legislature made those resolutions and sent them to the court to influence the court’s decision on the constitutionality of prop 8, and when Arnold came out in support of them, that was when I knew there was a problem inside government somewhere.

    A clear majority of people want marriage between a man and a woman in this state YET
    the court overturned them
    the legislature denounced them
    the governor supported the overthrow of the will of the people.

    Even after the supreme court ruled that prop 8 was valid, they put the caveat in there about unconstitutional civil unions being considered marriages. It’s as far as they could go at that point, but it’s obvious that all three branches of government are working against the people, not for them. Trifecta.

    Why aren’t they concerned about job security? They are elected officials, all of them. Even the judges are elected. Why aren’t they concerned with the will of the people? That is the question, the evidence that the system is corrupt.

    I continue to work within the system, but I’m looking very hard at the people we’re electing from now on. I haven’t given up on the system. The system provides for sustained revolution within it. That’s what I’m working for. These people have to go.

  22. Chairm said,

    October 13, 2009 at 11:15 pm

    There are several Dems in the legislative branch who were elected with large majorities in their districts but who won their party nominations by less than 50% — and many who won nominations with barely mor than 53%.

    The marriage movement needs to become present and vocal land ready to vote in these primary elections. Just by showing up I bet the candidates would feel the pressure to back down from the aggressive pro-SSM stance that they have taken — largely because these politicians win in districts that have a long history of going Dem and are almost assured of an electoral victory just by winning the Dem nomination.

    Some of the more prominent among the SSMers in the legislature are vulnerable due to the low margin with which they’ve won nominations.

    Anyway, it is something to consider. Arnold ought to be just as vulnerable in the Republican party. What’s the point of supporting a supposed Republican who governs like a RINO? Again, showing up and pressing for a pro-marriage stance can influence candidates BEFORE they get farther than the primaries.

  23. Smokezero said,

    October 15, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    If I may put in my two cents:

    I want Hiram Revels day. Who is this Hiram Revels you ask? Why, he’s the First Black Senator in United States History. I don’t understand why he doesn’t have a day, isn’t remembered, hell, he’s not even a footnote in most high school text books.

    Second, I feel I must agree with beetle on the whole “kids will be kids” idea. Hippies became supporters of Regan. There’s a huge turn from free love to WTF. Proof in the history.

    Also, no matter what my undecided stance on gay marriage (yes, I’m still at the “uh, I don’t know” stage) I do think Harvey Milk Day is a bit ridiculous. Why promote a day in the name of equality and diversity that promotes one non-visual minority (the ardent SSM supporters, GLBT and all), and at the same time is a huge slap in the face to another non-visual minority (those who find homosexuality distasteful, or find the idea of SSM as bad for society).

  24. beetlebabee said,

    October 15, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    Was Hiram Revels Republican? That might explain it….. ;-)

  25. Smokezero said,

    October 16, 2009 at 6:33 am

    He was actually. During the reconstruction, he was a senator for Mississippi. Served one year, and strove for equality in race relations, not promotion of one race over another. Apparently he was a very well spoken person.

  26. October 16, 2009 at 11:50 pm

    Know your black history:

    Hiram Rhodes Revels (September 27, 1827[1] – January 16, 1901) was the first African American to serve in the United States Senate. Since he preceded any African American in the House, he was the first African American in the U.S. Congress as well. He represented Mississippi in 1870 and 1871 during Reconstruction. In 2002, scholar Molefi Kete Asante listed Hiram Rhodes Revels on his list of 100 Greatest African Americans.[2] As of 2009, Revels is one of only six African Americans ever to have served in the United States Senate

  27. Michelle Benito said,

    October 30, 2009 at 9:46 am

    This is all about the corrupt cabal ( Jesuit order), the 300 richest families in the world (they also own the Federal Reserve…nothing “Federal” about the Federal Reserve…actually a private owned company!!) that now run the American Government. Our Constitution and Freedom are in great jeopardy. I have done extensive research on these families and they always use the same strategies when they want to take over…”Own the Debt, and own the Country”. What is most disturbing is that they worship Lucifer, thus the reason for “all” the gay stuff happening, all the ponzi scams, black mailing politicians into doing what they want done, banking collapse, politicians & prostitutes, assassinations, Wall Street melt down, corrupt corporations, corrupt ACORN (set up by corrupt George Soros, a major Jesuit player), and so on (America’s demise reads like a Big Hollywood movie!!)…some of these richest family bloodlines include the Rothschild, Rockefeller, Reynolds, Onassis, Kennedy ,Li, Dupont, Freeman, Astor, Collin, Russel, Van Duyn, Disney, Krupp, McDonald.

    As for Hiram Rhodes Revels notoriety, well he was not a part of the Zion Jesuit Order so he, of course, will not recieve any recognition.


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