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Liberal legislators pushing a new extremist bill
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Editor, Ceres Courier,

Liberal legislators in California have done it again. They just keep sticking their feet in their mouths, and they are so blinded by their liberal prejudices they can’t see it.

Liberal legislators are pushing a new extremist bill, “ACR-99 Civil rights: lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender people” and in the bill’s language they actually state that the high rate of suicide in the LGBT community is caused by people like certain religious people who disapprove of the LGBT agenda.

As usual these liberal legislators, who are shamefully trying to gin up hate against conservatives, have things upside-down and backward. It is people like them, it is the liberal media, it is LGBT groups, it is the liberal educational establishment who are contributing to the high suicide rate in the LGBT community. Pro-LGBT people are trying to fill everyone’s heads with a bunch of nonsense regarding LGBT issues.

E.g., take the “born that way” propaganda.  Not only has no one found a gay gene in human beings yet, but there is no definitive proof at this time that anyone has ever been born gay. On the other hand, we know being sexually abused when young can sexually disorient a person.

Well, what do you think will happen when someone who has fallen hook, line, and sinker for nonsensical pro-gay propaganda finds out a lot of what they fervently believe is false and/or mere opinion and not established fact? They could get quite depressed and some maybe even suicidal after realizing how badly they’ve been duped.

Californians should shame these extremist legislators into withdrawing this ridiculous bill. Talk about being on the wrong side of history. Unreal. Beam me up, Scotty! The inmates are taking over the asylum!

Wayne Lela,

Downers Grove, Ill.

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