[OneNewsNow] 13 Oct 2008--The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to rule in a case in which a Massachusetts man was jailed for trying to protect his child from exposure to the homosexual lifestyle in elementary school.
WorldNetDaily reports leaders at Estabrook Elementary School in Lexington were teaching homosexuality to young children and refusing to let Christian parents opt out of the indoctrination. David Parker challenged the school's agenda, but remains disappointed the court would not take the case and reverse negative lower-court rulings.
"What we asked for is parental notification and to be able to opt our very young children out of what is essentially an indoctrination process of small children to get them up to affirm, embrace, and even celebrate homosexuality and gay marriage -- behind the backs of parents and against their will," Parker contends.
He says the nation's highest court is waving a green flag to activists within and outside the school systems of America. District Judge Mark Wolf said undermining Christian beliefs and teaching homosexuality is necessary to prepare children for citizenship in America. The judge told Parker that he could choose a different school committee or home school his children if he disagreed.