Roger Marks #fundie disqus.com

(commenting on story “Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren Objects to State Programs Funding Private Schools With ‘Anti-LGBTQ Policies’”):

Her comments, or how the comments are reported are full of double speak.

She said States should concentrate on funding state schools not private ones who are anti homosexual. The fact is the State schools are anti homosexual because they wil not allow a full and frank discussion of the matter. Their refusal to address the obvious keeps unhappy children in the chains of homosexuality.

As for not funding religious schools, the issue is not funding of religious schools, The issue is not funding schools that do not promote lies about homosexuality which tells us they are afraid of the truth and can't handle it.

As far as discrimination against homosexuals on the staff, would an atheist school be allowed to refuse a teaching position to a person who was a christian and refused to teach atheism as a fact. I can't see it not happening.

Some use text books that flout widely accepted facts. What widely accepted facts and by whom. Anyone with intelligence can prove that they are not widely accepted if you are not an atheist, and what are called facts can be anything but facts.

And by the sound of things if someone wants a homosexual kid to get a good education, the place to avoid is a state school as all they do is teach ideology, not the truth.

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