Thursday, October 09, 2008

Court Allows Mandatory Homosexual Indoctrination for Kindegarteners to Stand

On the fields of Lexington and Concord the war for our nation began. In a vivid display of how far we have fallen, World Net Dailey reports that the Lexington school district has initiated a policy of mandatory homosexual indoctrination for children as young as kindegarten.

The Supreme Court refused to consider overturning rulings of the lower courts. Those rulings basically said if parents did not like the homosexual indoctrination (which went beyond "acceptance" and into "recruitment") they could take their children out of school (for now) or work to elect a new school board that will change the courses.

That is an interesting perspective for the courts to stumble upon. They never found it when considering cases about school prayer or bible reading. "Democracy" for them appears to be a one-way street. When anchoring us to Conservative traditions that made our nation great, Democracy must yield to the "rights" of the village atheist or minority of deviants. When those types get in charge somewhere, minority rights somehow go out the window, and traditionalists only "right" is to get out of the way.


Blogger F. Prefect said...

You don't see this as a victory for small government?

1:13 PM, October 10, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Jason asked me the same question over the phone, so I am starting to think I was not very clear on this one. My objection is NOT that the courts refused to reverse the school board's decision, for I believe that the Federal Judiciary seldom if ever should have standing to decide a local school case. My complaint is the SELECTIVITY with which they use the doctrine of democratic supremacy.

I thought that was the point I was making in the last paragraph, but perhaps I did not make it too well. They only defer to democracy in those localities where extreme secularists are in control. Christian communities OTOH, can't be trusted and the judges have no problem overturning democratic decisions at the insistence of the village atheist.

8:06 PM, October 10, 2008  

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