Yeah, but if you don’t allow Homosexuals to have their stories told at this young age, how in the world do you expect they’re numbers to grow. The only way they can “propagate” is to recruit these young impressionable minds. Because as we all know, you can not impregnate a man with another man via butt sex. Nor can you impregnate a woman by another woman with tongue sex. The only way to increase Homosexuals is by recruiting children and deceiving them into believing that they also are Homosexual.
that doesnt work that way. you cant indocternate a child into homosexuality because they are not born gay. you have to be born gay the same way you have to be born autistic. its all in venetics. look it up. but i still disagree with teachinv these stories to kids under 12. we dont want confudion to mess with their development. and i strongly discourage religious folk to explain homosexuality to kids. i dont care if your god tells you to. wait until their older.
Actually, you can indoctrinate. Whatever your children are taught as the norm, that is what they will become.
It is not genetic.
There is no GAY gene. Men who have more female chromosomes become effeminate, but don't have to become gay. Girls with excess male hormones don't have to become lesbians. They can be influenced by their upbringing to turn gay.
saying that a child can be indoctornated into homosexuality is like saying a tree can be indoctornated into a person. it doesnt work that way.
and i never said there was a gene for homosexuality. there is a gene to sexual awareness. a normal person is by nature straight. but if there was a mutation within the brain, he would be sexually atracted to someone of the same sex. look it up and stop relying on the bible for answers to questions like these.
 July 3, 2015 at 1:22pm
I say everyone that is a Heterosexual should call these guys and order a cake and have it sent to Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian. They need to sell a lot of them, quickly. As to Rachel Cryer-Bowman and Laurel Bowman-Cryer, they have already reduced the circles they can travel in to only 2% of the United States. I call that confined.
LOL, you mean southern Democrats, right? But, what about “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service”. Or “No Fire Arms Allowed on Premises”. Or “No Animals”. Or “No Drinks or Snacks”, and so on. I guess when you eliminate the right to refuse, you ultimately will loose the right to say no or yes. I think the bigger issue is “respect”. If you do not respect the wishes of others you will most certainly not get respect in return. LGBT has already shown that Homosexuals have absolutely no respect for Christians, and in turn why should they expect any respect from Christians?
You are kidding, right?
First of all, once the lack of a shirt or a shoe becomes a defining identity of an individual, then we'll speak about the problems associated with refusing service to them....
Secondly, it was not the homosexual community that showed disrespect to Christians...Christians for centuries have marginalized homosexuals, banned homosexuals, killed homosexuals, and so on...if anyone is to atone for the "disrespect" shown to any other group, it sounds like Christians are the ones to start....
Christians owe them nothing, and that is exactly what they will get.
May they enjoy that worthless money...while they can.
 July 3, 2015 at 1:06pm
When was the last time you read the Bible concerning a man lying with another man or a woman lying with another woman, Christian?
 July 3, 2015 at 1:01pm
They had one and GoFundMe canceled it.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:42am
I have to ask. What legislation was just passed on the Hill.
[-3] July 2, 2015 at 11:39am
 July 2, 2015 at 11:38am
No. It should worry us more.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:37am
Do any church leaders read the Bible any more? Better yet do any of them believe in the Bible any more?
Now that religious liberty is under full-bore persecution here in the U.S., the church's with empty leadership will stand out - these are the church's who's leadership is about money.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:32am
Boycott NBC, Univision, RNC, and Macy’s. The list is growing now adding Don the Lemmling.
[-3] July 2, 2015 at 11:30am
I do not considered this Bill OhReally reporting or commentating on an issue. I consider this to be Bill OhReally’s way of consulting with the current administration on how to handle those who would not tow the line. Remember he helped Barrack Hussein Obama II to be elected in the first place.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:27am
Hey, thank you for your service.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:22am
I quit smoking one day when my lungs collapsed. That worked for me.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:21am
Holy crap that is quit the assumption! I hope you’re wrong.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:18am
What the Vet said is true, but the truth is not what they want to hear.
The vet wants to find a solution in the community. The other side wants a solution from the govt. The community solution involves thinking, common sense, freedom, and liberty. The govt solution involves lots of laws that are largely unnecessary and will have consequences beyond the churches. One side understands this. The other side does not. Until the other side starts to understand that the more you involve the govt in your life, the less freedom you will have, a solution that both sides can agree on will not be possible.
July 2, 2015 at 11:14am
I do not believe the Homosexual community needs to infringe on the term marriage. Why can’t they use a term that better describes their union, like maybe Clinched. I have no problem with them receiving benefits, but what they are doing has nothing to do with that. It is a blatant attack on Christianity and nothing more. All you have to do is broaden your scope a bit and read the LGBT message concerning this issue.
That is my point. Government should stay of out marriage. They should offer domestic and business partnerships regardless of composition. Marriage is a religious institution and should not be entangled with government institutions because then you end up with the mess we have.
July 1, 2015 at 10:37pm
The Barna Group did the poll. They are located in Ventura,CA. I am not sure that I believe the results simply because what I found at The Barna Group concerning the selection of those polled. The following is the criteria they used. What is concerning is the cell phone samples, no explanation of where they came from only some input from Federal data was used for selection.
About the Research
This research contains data from a survey of 1,012 U.S. adults ages 18 and older conducted June 27-28, 2015.
The survey was taken using random digit-dial telephone samples for landlines and listed cell phone samples for calls to mobile phones. The sampling error for this study is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points at the 95-percent confidence level. The number of interviews completed with cell-phone owners was based on federal government estimates of the number of cell-only households.
Minimal statistical weighting was used to align the sample with known population demographics.
NSA!!--NSA--NSA--NSA!!!!! Y'A THINK A "LAW" IS GONNA STOP THEM???
 July 1, 2015 at 10:25pm
Do we still have rights? Are we allowed to say we reserve the right to do anything any more? Can we really say what we feel as long as we don’t yell fire in a theatre. I seriously believe that we are losing our rights by not defending our rights. I hope this guy survives the onslaught of terror he is about to receive for simply exercising his rights.
 July 1, 2015 at 10:14pm
Homosexuals make it our business by flaunting it in our faces. If they would only keep it in the privacy of their own homes we would not be as upset. If they would stop forcing us to accept them, we would be less arduous towards acceptance. I would think that the Bible suggest all sin is forgivable if you repent and give it up and do what is natural. Why can’t you just live like we all do without pushing your 2% up in our face?