Dear State Legislators in America,
What you do this Spring in your state – no matter how large or small – is very important to stopping the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS/ACLU/Obamacare agendas to teach sexual activity to children.
If you do not know who each of these special interest groups are, then you have homework to do before you pass any laws!
Every motion, every bill, and every amendment pertaining to the sex education of our children will impact the fiscal, social, and physical health of your state.
The social sciences have proven that the more children that are raised apart from their own married mothers and fathers the more they, and your state, will suffer from poverty, disease, sexual and domestic abuse, low graduation rates, unemployment and crime.
Sex outside of marriage, and the chaotic family formation and destruction that results, are growing the welfare state. Until you get a grip and realize this, your state will continue to groan under the weight of entitlements and social misery.
Teaching minors in our taxpayer funded schools how to use condoms, take hormones, and seek abortions is no substitute for teaching them self-control, respect for themselves and others, and the benefits of abstaining from all risky behaviors including sex, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and violence.
All of these risky behaviors derail our children’s futures. We have laws against underage sales of alcohol and tobacco, and laws against drugs and violence, but there seems to be no way to stop the purveyors of sex from reaching our children, even in the public schools. Children are suppose to be minors protected by the law, yet they are “legally” exposed to explicit sexual education paid for with our tax money.
Why do you think more and more families are pulling their children out of the public schools to either teach them at home or educate them in private or Christian schools? Values and character matter more to living a successful life than knowing math or science.
There is absolutely no way that a state or a nation can survive fiscally when less than half of the population must support the majority of the population. It is just not sustainable. What will you do to fix it?
Your job is to read and study each and every piece of Legislation, seek input from the experts in the field that it would impact, and never pass any legislation that you do not understand or that your gut tells you is questionable.
No matter what you’ve been told, you are not the smartest Legislator on the block. You just got elected! You are but one person in need of wisdom and discernment from God and input from your constituents on both sides of every issue.
Your state needs you to seek real input, not influence, and if you do this you will do a much better job of protecting children from the sexual filth that is already in their schools.
Passing vague ambiguous amendments out of committees just to get them off the docket is foolhardy and shameful. Even if you are not coming back next session, it reflects badly on your character and your ability to serve the people who elected you.
It would be better to stop an amendment that is sponsored by questionable groups and/or that you do not understand than to bow to peer pressure from your so-called colleagues in the room.
Bowing to peer pressure does not show quality character or leadership. How can you expect the children of your district to resist peer pressure, if you cave?
The children and the future of your state can live without another Law, but they cannot survived and thrive under the tyranny of the laws you are responsible for passing.
You are accountable, not only to your constituents, but to the God you say you serve. Do your job well and if you do, then we will thank you.