Not surprisingly the Arizona Republic editorially extols the recent overturning of the vote of over 7 million Californians by an openly gay federal judge.
Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker’s decision came by way of a lawsuit brought by homosexual couples after the state Supreme Court created same-sex” marriage” in the state. By an overwhelming margin, voters tossed it out just months later.
Today the Republic’s editorialist Kathleen Ingley opines: “If this generation of Americans doesn’t move forward, the next one will. Young people just do not share their parents’ hang-ups about gay marriage. The facts on the ground are undeniable. Gays and lesbians are forming families. They’re having children. They need the full rights and framework of family law.”
Read that to mean that the government schools are doing a bang-up job of indoctrinating American children to the point that the values they are raised with within their homes and churches will fall in favor of the agenda-driven propaganda they receive inside the classroom setting, away from parent’s prying eyes.
Gay issues have stepped front and center with the newspaper since January 2008, when Randy Lovely took over as chief editor and VP of News at the daily newspaper. The topic, however, has been one near and dear to the editorial board even under the reign of Ward Bushee, who left to become editor of the San Francisco Chronicle.