2005 Repost Delgaudio "Told You So": Public Advocate Distressed About LA Times Report on Roberts
Today the Supreme Court announced it would not take up several appeals to defend traditional marriage in the United States. This would require four affirmations out of the 9. Judges Alito, Thomas and Scalia have always been expressively pro-traditional marriage. One judge was a swing vote and one judge, John Roberts, was openly condemned by Public Advocate previously as a "traitor to marriage".
REPOST FROM AUGUST 4, 2005
Newspaper claims that Roberts voluteered to give free legal support to homosexual activists in a Colorado case that reached the United States Supreme Court in 1996.
Falls Church, VA - Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate of the United States, a Northern Virginia based pro-family organization, issued the following statement. The statement follows the Los Angeles Times report on Supreme Court Nominee John Roberts' role in providing legal support to the homosexual lobby in a Colorado case that reached the United States Supreme Court in 1996.
"I was concerned and distressed to read the L.A. Times report that claims that Judge Roberts volunteered to give free legal advice to homosexual activists in Romer v. Evans, which overturned a democratic vote of the citizens of Colorado in an appalling act of judicial activism."
"We hope against hope that this report is false, and if it is, we call on Judge Roberts to correct the record immediately. If the report is true, and Judge Roberts did provide advice on how to overturn this pro- family measure overwhelmingly supported by the people of Colorado, then Public Advocate calls on President Bush to withdraw his nomination of Judge Roberts immediately."
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