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PA President Eugene Delgaudio Condemns Full Scale Assault on America's Children and now Private Schools by Gay Lobby

PA President Eugene Delgaudio Condemns


GAY RIGHTS LAWYERS ATTEMPT TO FORCE AIDS INFECTED STUDENT, ON PRIVATE SCHOOL -- PRE-KIDERGARTEN TO 12 TH GRAD.

"Then will come more pro-Gay Rights control of private schools".



"They are disgusting so-called pro-gay rights lawyers who force their advocacy on innocent institutions that seek only to educate children privately.

This anti-family movement previously attempted to force their sick philosophy on the Boy Scouts of America and now attacks the Catholic Church for not appointing pro-gay priests to prey on young men. Now they attempt to bully a sick vison of "fairness" by risking the health standards of nearly 2,000 private school children and students, and once they win the right to force one AIDs outpatient, they will soon force more AID's outpatients including openly homosexual teachers onto private schools-- all for a sick twisted version of fairness " says PA President Eugene Delgaudio.

From the Boston Herald

A private boarding school connected with the Hershey chocolate company says it was trying to protect other students when it denied admission to a Philadelphia-area teenager because he is HIV-positive.

The AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit on behalf of the unidentified boy in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia on Wednesday, claiming the Milton Hershey School for disadvantaged students violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

School officials acknowledged that the 13-year-old boy was denied admission because of his medical condition. They said they believed it was necessary to protect the health and safety of the 1,850 others enrolled in the residential institution, which serves children in pre-kindergarten to 12th grade and where students live in homes with 10 to 12 others.

Such restrictions are not limited to HIV, school spokeswoman Connie McNamara said Thursday.

Source Boston Herald

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/northeast/view/20111201lawsuit_hershey_school_rejects_hiv-positive_boy/

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