Evidently, they say there are 80 school sponsored gay-straight alliances. There are 80 of those that are school sponsored—is the way I understand it—across the state. So those are some tax dollars. There are, I have heard, maybe a handful of schools that have curriculums that include sexual orientation such as things like, you know, it’s alright to have two moms. It’s alright for children to have two dads.
I’m not against people that want to have that lifestyle. I just don’t know if we want… the one thing that is for sure is that these people that live these other lifestyles, they are not reproducing. They are not reproducing. And I think that there are some people that believe—and I want to say some people… it has been brought to my attention that they believe that they are using this, since they can’t reproduce, to recruit people into that lifestyle.
To boil that down, it sounds like Cookson believes that taxpayer dollars are being used to recruit people into the gay lifestyle. Um, ok. And let's not forget the fact that he finally admits that his bill is crafted to directly target the Gay Straight Alliances that are created to offer support and understanding to teens who desperately need it.
But you know there's more:
Cookson says he takes issue with the fact that those fighting his hateful legislation call it the "Don't Say Gay" bill and says he would prefer:
I would like to dub it as the ‘More Textbooks, Less Sex Books’ legislation.
Because, you know, we're handing out copies of the Kama Sutra to high school students. Clearly, Cookson needs to go back to school because he just. doesn't. get it.