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Los Angeles County, CA November 8, 2011 Election
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The Return of the Egyptian Pharaoh and King Herod the Great

By Stephen Samuel Winkler

Candidate for Governing Board Member; Saugus Union School District

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Death of our Children
Stephen Winkler's Seven Points:

Point One: The requirement of parental permission before our children are dismissed from school for medical and any other reasons. Incidentally, my position is in full agreement with the California Education Code #48205;

Point Two: I will stand against allowing school personnel to council or assist or conduct anyother kind of monkey business in securing abortions behind the backs of their parents;

Point Three: I shall stand against all school-based health clinics!

Point Four: I stand opposed to curricula, which treats abortion as just another form of birth control and which fails to provide accurate scientific information about our unborn children;

Point Five: I completely support equal access to the student body for pro-life speakers, where outside family planning speakers are permitted on campus;

Point Six: Abortion is Murder!

Point Seven: Pro-Choice advocates are no different from the Egyptian Pharoah, King Herod the Great, Joseph Stalin, or Adolph Hitler. The unborn are executed without the benefit of a trial by jury, without the opportunity to obtain legal counsel and to offer testimony in their defense.

President Woodrow Wilson had his Fourteen Points. School Board Candidate Stephen Winkler has only seven points, but then, the Lord God only gave seven commandments to His Prophet, Noah. So may I say, that I'm in good company with the Holy Prophet Noah.

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