The Supreme Court's 5-4 decision that same-sex couples have the right to marry in every state will, according to one attorney, undoubtedly affect the public education system as well.
Cheers broke out at the Supreme Court when the decision was announced last week. But not everyone is applauding. Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute, a firm supporter of traditional family values, warns about how the ruling might impact the nation's public schools.
"The real major victims in this decision are going to be the children throughout the United States who attend public schools," he laments. "Public school teachers, many throughout the country will use this opportunity to further the indoctrination in favor of homosexual marriage."
Dacus adds that many parents will be forced to make difficult decisions.
"All throughout the country, parents over dinner tonight -- I'm sure many will be discussing where they go from here and that they look at other options such as private schools and home school," the attorney suggests. "We can’t ignore the change in our society or the change that's going to be taking place in our public school education. Or should I say public school indoctrination?"
He feels this is a serious setback for the moral development of children from this point on.