Bigot of the Week Award: October 14: Randy Thomasson

14 Oct

Bigot of the Week

This week the forces of bigotry fell short of a major goal in California. Snatching venom from the jaws of defeat earns Randy Thomasson of SaveCalifornia this week’s BWA.

As soon as the California legislature passed SB48, mandating that LGBT people be fairly represented in school curricula, Ridiculous Randy and his horde of haters started a petition drive to overturn the new law. Fortunately, the voting public was uninterested in this bigotry, and the petition drive is thousands of signatures short of what it needs to even be considered for the ballot. Faced with disappointment, Ranting Randy took to the airwaves.

The government’s schools are no longer for the parents. They are anti-parents. I believe in God’s schools and devil’s schools. And if you want your children in God’s schools, you have got to get them out and put them into home schooling, which you can do for as little as $40 a month, or $20 a month, or into a solid church school.

That’s right, Randy. Education should be cheap, not fair and open-minded.  “God’s schools?”  Is Thomasson suggesting that god hates certain people–that god is not about love?  If god is supposed to be about love, I suspect the devil looks very much like our Thomasson.


4 Responses to “Bigot of the Week Award: October 14: Randy Thomasson”

  1. Old Jules October 14, 2011 at 7:14 am #

    Actually if you hold your mouth just right you’ll find yourself smiling about all this.

  2. James Queale October 15, 2011 at 4:04 pm #

    I’m so glad that they failed in getting enough signatures. Like I have said many times, we learned about sexuality in school and there was not an uproar. And oddly, some of the students remained straight! I guess the Canadian gay agenda isn’t as effective. *sniffles*

    Another couple examples are, in law class there was a section of the textbook that included the fight for equal rights in my province of New Brunswick. It made me smile in grade 12. Even in grade 9 in Social Studies, we discussed gay marriage and we had a normal discussion. There were not any students that spoke against it. That was in 2004, just a year before gay marriage was national.

    Anyway, bravo for California!

    • Michael Hulshof-Schmidt October 16, 2011 at 8:11 am #

      How amazing that Canada is so far ahead on the learning curve. We could certainly take inspiration from our neighbors to the north.

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