The battleground for Proposition 8 now centers around the indoctrination of children.
Opponents of Proposition 8 know children will be taught about homosexuality in the classroom and they're scared this issue will help pass Proposition 8.
We have all the evidence we need that taking over the classroom is the real goal:
Last week Californians were shocked to learn the California Teacher's Association-the state's largest teachers organization-had donated over one million dollars to the No on Proposition 8 campaign. With this donation, the CTA sided with the most radical anti-family forces.
Even after the public outrage over the CTA's million-dollar donation, they still gave more money against our families and our values with another donation days later.
Just this week the No on Proposition 8 campaign began airing a television ad featuring California's Superintendant of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell. Abusing the power and trust vested in him by the people of California, Superintendent O'Connell has the audacity to deceive voters about homosexuality being taught in the classroom.
How does he respond to a class of first graders being taken to a same-sex marriage ceremony in San Francisco?
Yesterday, a school in Hayward is holding a gay "Coming Out Day" for kindergartners.
And how can he explain the following email we received this week from the mother of a five-year-old girl in Southern California?
"Pray for me. I've just started this battle. Ashley brought home a book from Kindergarten that says 'All Families are different--- Some families have 2 mommies and some families have 2 daddies.' I went and talked to the teacher and she knew what was in the book and was ok with it. She said she'd ask the principal what the policy is. I will not let it go. I just hope the school sides with me."
This is exactly what we can expect in every school is we don't pass Proposition 8. The CTA is committed to indoctrinating our children with "values" contrary to our own and Superintendent O'Connell is now their willing accomplice.