A California appeals court has ruled that a Christian high school can expel students because of an alleged lesbian relationship.
The 4th District Court of Appeal in Riverside on Monday upheld California Lutheran High School’s right as a private, religious organization to exclude students based on sexual orientation.
Two girls sued claiming they were discriminated against after they were expelled from the Wildomar school in 2005. A lower court said the school isn’t bound by the same anti-discrimination laws as a business establishment.
John McKay, attorney for California Lutheran, says the school’s goal is to educate based on Christian principles. Yahoo! News
“Why he would turn the other cheek that is what he would do. And if these young ladies were decent Christians, so would they.”
I can just hear them. “How dare they sue! What a horrid un-Christian thing to do! They should be be stoned to death for their blasphemy!”
Oh, wait, that is a different religion isn’t it? Or is it? I can’t keep their idiocy straight. All I know is that they get to make up vile rules and then claim those rules are what some dead guy from thousands of years ago really wanted.
No wonder I hate religion and religious “leaders”.
As for the judges that ruled against the girls – may they all suffer from an incurable flesh eating disease and die a long painful agonizing death. Soon!