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    All righty then. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has gone TOO FAR this time. Taking away parents rights, to be parents, to determine when their children will recieve education about sexual matters. And taking away the right of parents to determine WHO will education the children. I'm writing a letter (or 10) to my elected reps, to the President, and so should everyone else. The government has NO RIGHT to step into these matters, and if you care about your kids, or relatives kids, take some action.

    A new ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is prompting cries of judicial activism.

    On Wednesday the court dismissed a lawsuit brought by California parents who were outraged over a sex survey given to public school students in the first, third and fifth grades.

    Among other things, the survey administered by the Palmdale School District asked children if they ever thought about having sex or touching other people's "private parts" and whether they could "stop thinking about having sex."

    The parents argued that they -- not the public schools -- have the sole right "to control the upbringing of their children by introducing them to matters of and relating to sex."

    But on Wednesday, a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit dismissed the case, saying, "There is no fundamental right of parents to be the exclusive provider of information regarding sexual matters to their children...Parents have no due process or privacy right to override the determinations of public schools as to the information to which their children will be exposed while enrolled as students."

    Talking to children in first grade is way out of line. They do not have the ability to even remotely understand this stuff. You know what I think? This is bad...I think these judges are fucking perverts who want little kids to be in the know about these sexual things...these judges want the kids to be taken advantage of. They have a thing for the most innocent of our citizens. Why can't they just go jack off or masturbate in a corner and let the kids Fuckers. And since it is the parents who pay for public education, via taxes, they DO have a right to overide what is being taught.

    "The 9th Circuit did more than rule against parents who were upset that their elementary-school-aged children were being asked explicit questions about sex in class. They told all parents they have no right to protest what public schools tell their children."

    Earll said the court essentially declared parenthood unconstitutional.

    "It's long been the liberal view that it takes a village to raise a child -- but never before have the 'villagers' been elevated, as a matter of law, above mothers and fathers.

    "Every parent in America should shudder at this decision -- liberal or conservative, Democrat or Republican," Earll said.

    Yeah...and the villagers are all fucking perverts who want to use the children. THIS cannot hold up. Come on people...write some letters and make some phone calls. Spread this around. Stir the pot.

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