Thought Control Looms in Senate
The U.S. Senate will be a hotbed of contention this year over issues vitally important to the American family. Not only is the upper chamber due to vote on the Family Marriage Amendment, which would permanently define marriage as the union between one man and one woman, but it is also likely to consider the Kennedy Thought Control Bill which would criminalize thoughts rather than actions.
The House of Representatives passed the Thought Control Bill in a surprise move last fall and the Senate has passed the bill several times in the past. This time one former supporter of the legislation, Sen. George Allen of Virginia has announced that he has dropped his support following the 2005 arrest of pro-family protestors in Philadelphia for praying at a homosexual rights event.
"It is essential that all pro-family Americans call their Senators and tell them to oppose the Kennedy Thought Control (or so-called "Hate Crimes") Bill," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "While we always stand against violence, we do not believe in punishing the thoughts and First Amendment protected speech of pro-family Americans, no matter how politically incorrect the radical homosexual lobby may find it."
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