Tuesday, May 01, 2007

From A Tangled Web....

America Beware: The Thief is at the Door

Americans, your Christian leaders didn't know about the HR254 bill when Catch the Fire pastors from Australia, Danny and Danny, came to the U.S. a couple of months ago to warn you. Your leaders gasped in horror as they were informed about this draconian law which would see them put in jail for life for saying something deemed (arbitrarily)to be offensive to, say, a Muslim or a homosexual. Has it gone away? CHECK THIS OUT

The Federal Hate Crimes Bill, H.R. 1592, is headed to the House, a vote is soon expected. This bill poses the greatest threat to our freedom that we have ever witnessed in the history of this nation. This piece of legislation if passed into law will give homosexuals above the law status that will create an atmosphere where homosexuals will able to harass and intimidate those who disagree with their lifestyles, leaving most Americans defenseless against the tyranny of the far fringe left. Freedom of Speech, and of the Press will be limited under these laws, I expect a great backlash against the homosexual community if this passes, and they start prosecuting people for exercising their Constitutional rights. We must contact Congress and tell them emphatically NO! NO! to H.R. 1592, The Federal Hate Crimes Bill

We can't afford to lose our vigilance now as the noose is tightening. It's either fight or lose our liberty right here at home. It's happening in America and you can be sure it will happen everywhere else. Hat tip: Stop the ACLU Cross-posted at RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION
Posted on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 at 01:49PM by dee in

This is a VERY SCARY BILL, it uses the term PERCIEVED in the description of the CRIME 8 times. In other words if anyone FEELS that you hate them, you could get 10 years in Jail. Read this Bill

UPDATE: Bush Expected to Veto 'Hate Crimes' Bill
By Randy Hall
CNSNews.com Staff Writer/EditorMay 03, 2007

(CNSNews.com) - President Bush looks likely to veto a "hate crimes" bill under debate in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday if it is approved by Congress. Conservatives quickly responded by thanking the president for upholding "our nation's constitutional tradition of equal protection under the law.""The administration favors strong criminal penalties for violent crime, including crime based on personal characteristics, such as race, color, religion or national origin," according to a statement released by the Executive Office of the President."However, the administration believes that H.R. 1592 is unnecessary and constitutionally questionable," the release stated. "If H.R. 1592 were presented to the president, his senior advisors would recommend that he veto the bill." The sentence containing the veto reference was underlined in the statement."State and local criminal laws already provide criminal penalties for the violence addressed by the new federal crime defined in section 7 of H.R. 1592, and many of these laws carry stricter penalties (including mandatory minimums and the death penalty) than the proposed language in H.R. 1592," the statement said.

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