Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Stop Senate Bill.909, "Pedophile protection bill"

Hate Crimes Bill is Unconstitutional and Unnecessary!

The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission (CADC) sent me the following alert indicating that the US Senate hate crime bill, S.909, "The pedophile protection bill," could be voted on as early as (Tuesday, May 5, 2009) by the Senate Judiciary Committee!

“There is an increased threat of federal Hate Crimes legislation to our Constitutional liberty as given in the First and Fourteenth Amendments as a result of Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee striking again. Not only did Jackson-Lee introduce new hate crime legislation, The David Ray Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, H.R. 256, which is direct opposition to our Constitution, but she also submitted a new companion bill, The David Ray Ritcheson Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, H.R. 262. These two bills directly threaten your freedom of speech and religion. The Prevention Act will also create $10 million dollars in Federal funding to be given to non-profit groups to run the prevention program. This means you will not be able to teach your children Christian values that are opposing the special minority groups like homosexuals, but the schools and other Anti-Christian groups will be able to promote homosexual activity to them and will be well funded to do so. You won't be able to say a word if you don't want to be imprisoned. (The alleged) President (Barry Soetoro alias) Barack Obama has supported hate crimes in the past and is expected to sign the bill if it gets to his desk. We need to act now!”

TAKE ACTION


Sign CADC petition in opposition to hate crimes legislation.

Help CADC stay in the fight. Click here to donate now.

Call your Senators today and then call members of the Judiciary Committee.

Call the toll free number to the Senate Switchboard and ask for your Senator’s office and then ask for the Judiciary Committee members at 877-851-6437

Tell them that you want hearings on S.909 before the Senate Judiciary Committee.


Senate Judiciary Committee Members:
Patrick J. Leahy; Chairman, D-Vermont
Herb Kohl; D-Wisconsin
(Benedict) Arlen Specter; Ranking Member, R?D-Pennsylvania
Dianne Feinstein; D-California
Orrin G. Hatch; R-Utah
Russell D. Feingold; D-Wisconsin
Charles E. Grassley; R-Iowa
Charles E. Schumer; D-New York
Jon Kyl; R-Arizona
Richard J. Durbin; D-Illinois
Jeff Sessions; R-Alabama
Benjamin L. Cardin; D-Maryland
Lindsey Graham; R-South Carolina
Sheldon Whitehouse; D-Rhode Island
John Cornyn; R-Texas
Ron Wyden; D-Oregon
Tom Coburn; R-Oklahoma
Amy Klobuchar; D-Minnesota
Edward E. Kaufman; D-Delaware

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it is high time we all woke up to reality......these bills are nothing short of a waste of money. Homosexuals want to be protected...ok, but so does the elderly, the military, and about 10,000 more but only the homo's get to have it. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

I called all the Judicial Committee. Some of the Reps of the Senators argued, mocked and "scolded" me for my stance...especially Jeff Sessions representive. The District of Criminals think they OWN us, lock, stock and barrel. This really jerked my chain.

For two days I've been calling. First all on the Judicial Committee. Today every single Senator, and still not done. Another warning. Lamar Alexander's Rep is rude and obnoxious.

Part of my talking points were this:

Under the Law Of the Land we are ALL to have EQUAL protection under the law. This bill gives special protection to a small number of people. Furthermore, the Tenth Article fo the Bill of Rights give each sovereign State the right to make their own laws, as long as they are within the constrains of the Constitution. Therefore, the Federal Government has NO Constitutional right to foist Federal laws on the sovereign States. If they want such a law they have to craft an Amendment to the Constitution and send it to all of the States Three-fouths of the State would have to approve of the Amendment in order to codify it into law in the Constitution."

Also, I asked what "Law" were they following because it's obviously NOT the Constitution. Not one could give me an asnwer. I said if they're not following the Law of the Land, they are following no law, and that's lawlessness.

Anyway, just sharing my experience and a few of my thoughts.

P.S. Everyone needs to call as many Senators (besides the Judicial Committee)as they can.

Here's why. The homosexuals, I can guarantee you, are calling en masse to urge them to pass this bill. Tell me, what would Jesus think if he witnessed the homosexuals being more dedicated to their evil than Christians standing against evil-doers to stop the evil? Read Psalms 94:16

"Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?"

gregjaye said...

Anon.5:44 PM

Thank you for calling! I was surprised that Jeff Sessions rep. responded the way he did.

www.onetheissues.com showed that Sen. Sessions was rated 0% by the HRC, indicating a pro-traditional marriage stance. (Dec 2006)

Maybe some of these gatekeepers are working for the other side!

Your comments were spot on and powerful.

Thank you much . . .

Anonymous said...

Anyone have a link to the actual TEXT of the bill?

gregjaye said...

Anon. 3:18 -

Thanks for your comment.

The text of U.S. Senate Bill sponsored by Edward "in-the-drink" Kennedy can be found here:

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s111-909

Anonymous said...

I'd been hearing that the AJDL is sponsoring this so it will be a crime to speak harshly of Israel or Jewish people

gregjaye said...

anon 8:14 AM

I have not heard that. Regardless, the bill is a free-speech restricting and a unnecessary and dangerous bill in and of itself.

This bill has everthing to do with advancing the perverse homosexual agenda. Let's not get sidetracked by anti-semitism, there is already more than enough of that in the world today.