Friday, April 24, 2009

The Thought Police Are At It Again (Barney Frank Barf Alert..)

Twisted H.R. 1913 Passes House Committee – Worst Attack on First Amendment Freedoms of Speech, Religion in American History
Posted on April 24, 2009
By Rev. Michael Bresciani

While America slept on Wednesday April 25 we woke up to find headlines about how Michelle Obama likes to sneak out and eat at fun restaurants. Not so well covered by the media was the passage of the Hate Crimes bill re-introduced and passed in committee by John Conyers. (D-MI) What does it mean?

The bill co-sponsored along with 42 other representatives and crafted by openly gay Congressmen Barney Frank is riddled with gay agenda politics and disregards the will of the people. It was introduced between sessions when little attention is being paid to discussions or votes in the house and is riddled with skullduggeries.

Today we may have come to the place where America is being asked to ‘wrong a right’ with Congressmen Barney Frank’s H.R. 1913. Similar bills such as H.R. 1592 were struck down by Presidential veto in 2007.

The dangers of the bill are inherent in its very premise and it could serve to become the first bill in our history that guarantees freedoms to one group of citizens at the expense of freedoms to another.

So, I guess "why" a crime is committed is as (or more) important than "what" the crime is. So, I guess if you are going to be a murderer, you better only kill old, heterosexual, white men. Our lives are apparently worth less than young, gay, black men.
So much for the 14th Amendment:
"No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
[Unless, according to Section 4, (a) (C) (C)of H.R. 1913 your crime "is motivated by prejudice based on the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability of the victim, or is a violation of the State, local, or Tribal hate crime laws." ]

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