What started as an "anti-bullying" thread quickly became an "anti-Christian/pro-homosexuality" thread then a "pro-bullying-Christian" thread.
The left in this thread certainly behaved the exact same way they seem to think they will.
Einzige is openly talking about hurting Christian children. Why should they want their children to participate in something that could potentially give an open forum to a monster like that.
Yeah because learning to tolerate w/o bullying is soooooo harmful to christians.....Einzige is openly talking about hurting Christian children. Why should they want their children to participate in something that could potentially give an open forum to a monster like that.
Last edited by winston53660; 10-16-12 at 03:50 PM.
All you have to do is read the very first few posts in this thread to see that it became an "anti-Christian" thread almost immediately and long before Grimm or I pointed out the hypocrisy of how quickly the "anti-bullying" thread turned into an "anti-Christian" thread.
This thread is a perfect example of how any discussion on "anti-bullying" inevitably turns into "pro-Christian-bullying" and it isn't that long ago Dan Savage made headlines when his attack on Christians at a national "anti-bullying" conference hit the internet. Now we now have people openly acknowledging they would love to hurt Christian children.
I don't want homosexual children to be bullied in school but that doesn't mean I want my children to be bullied either.
2) Once again, this discussion wasn't about anti-christian anything until you and Grimm made it about that. For most of us it still isn't about being anti-christian.
Moderator's Warning: Well, well, well... I've now thinned this thread out considerably by thread banning several members (rocket, Donahue, Einzige) who have decided it's better to use personal attacks rather than debate. I strongly suggest that those of you who are left do NOT personally attack others.
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
Their reasoning is clear and consistent with their beliefs. They believe this program is more about making the student body comfortable with homosexual behavior than it is about anti-bullying. That's their take on this one program. That does not suggest they also believe bullying is correct behavior.
Again, personally speaking, I don't buy their reasoning, but then I also only know what I've read about the program from the program coordinators themselves. That aside, I can think of a whole number of ways to achieve what the program is shooting for. Assign random and required seating for lunch periods of elementary, junior and high schools. Switch lists every month.