Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Lesson at Concord-Carlisle High School

Here's what they're teaching at Concord Carlisle High School. Or was it preaching? It was on Palm Sunday, after all, that the Boston Gay Men's Chorus performed a fundraiser there for an extremist homosexual political activist group (PFLAG).

Lyrics to a song on the program:

Everything Possible by Fred Small
You can be anybody you want to be.
You can love whomever you will.
You can travel any country where your heart leads
And know I will love you still.
You can live by yourself, you can gather friends around.
You can choose one special one
And the only measure of your words and your deeds
Will be the love you leave behind when you're done.
There are girls who grow up strong and bold.
There are boys quiet and kind.
Some race on ahead, some follow behind.
Some go in their own way and time.
Some women love women, some men love men.
Some raise children, some never do.
You can dream all the day never reaching the end
Of everything possible for you.
Don't be rattled by names, by taunts, by games
But seek out spirits true.
If you give your friends the best part of yourself
They will give the same back to you.

Also on the program was a take-off on the Shakespeare song, "It was a lover and his lass" (in As You Like It), revised as "It was a lover and his lad." From the recent Article 8 Alliance/MassResistance email alert:

Public school officials in Massachusetts seem to be looking for creative ways to push the homosexual agenda in the most offensive ways possible. This Sunday -- Palm Sunday -- the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) in Concord, MA, has invited the Boston Gay Men's Chorus to give a homosexual-oriented concert as a fundraiser for the Boston chapter of "Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays" (PFLAG), one of the most aggressive homosexual groups in the country.

PFLAG is second only to the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in homosexual activism in the public schools. They are heavily represented in schools in Massachusetts and around the country. Their primary focus is to organize various "allies", such as left-wing churches, individuals, and liberal community groups, as a united front to persuade children that homosexuality is normal and natural and that kids will get their support if they choose to engage in homosexual behavior....

This week one local resident, a mother of kids who had gone through CCHS, was outraged. She called the principal, Mr. Arthur DuLong. She asked him who made the decision to allow this group in the school. "I made the decision," he told her. She started to tell him how offensive it was to people in the community that such a thing should be celebrated in their school on Palm Sunday. The principal replied to her, "Your statements are outrageous. I'm going to end this conversation." And he hung up the phone.