Monday, July 25, 2005

I do

...think HSLDA's recent "marriage" amendment to its application (top of page 2, item J) serves as further proof that it is less concerned with preserving the rights of homeschoolers and more concerned with forwarding its brand of Christian conservatism. But, at least they have the guts to put it in writing:
J. Because of HSLDA's active involvement in preserving traditional marriage,
persons involved in same-sex marriage, civil unions, or polygamy are not
eligible for membership.

I wonder how close divorcees were to inclusion in that statement...

HT: Shay

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