Arkansas' citizens including organizations such as the Family Council Action Committee (FCAC) has begun collecting signatures to put the Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act on the November ballot. The Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act will prevent children in the adoption and foster care system from being placed with people who cohabit outside of legal marriage. If passed, this act will prevent homosexuals from advancing their agenda at the expense of our children. In 2007, the Arkansas General Assembly refused to pass legislation that would prevent homosexual couples from adopting Arkansas children. In Arkansas, it is not only acceptable but legal for homosexual and cohabiting couples to adopt children. Decades of social science research have proven that children do best with a married mother and father, and Arkansas' children should not be part of a social experiment. Not only that, but America was founded as a Christian society. And as a Christian society, homosexuality has always been considered a lifestyle that was not accepted by the public or by the government. Homosexuality is an abomination according to the Scriptures in the Bible. (Lev. 18:22 ), and that under a Christian government, homosexuals were to be put to death by the government (Lev. 20:13). However, the gross homosexual lifestyle and their activists are attempting, nationwide, to force their sick and perverted lifestyle on the masses. They are using the same tactics as the Communist Civil Rights movement in the 50s and 60s. And like the Civil Rights movements which promoted integration and racemixing, it will be eventually accepted by society for the most part as a new generation will be raised believing this is an accepted lifestyle. What is alarming, is the homosexual activists are targeting our children in the schools and now attempting to violate our childrens' innocense through adoption and foster care efforts. This is occuring not only in Arkansas, but all states. Here in Arkansas, The Family Council Action Committee, the driving force behind the Act has until May 15 to gather 100,000 signatures to get this act on the ballot in November, and your help is needed. Please get involved today by signing and circulating a petition. You can request a petition from the FCAC Web site. If you you don't live in Arkansas, get involved in your state as this is most likely happening or may have already occured.