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Congress Passes Bill Protecting Bizarre Sexual Orientations


 

Congress Passes Bill Protecting Bizarre Sexual Orientations

Despite the heroic efforts of Republicans, House rushes through bill that makes all ‘sexual orientations’ and ‘gender identities’ into federally-protected classes – including pedophiles

April 30, 2009The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives voted 249-175 on April 29 to pass H.R. 1913, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, a so-called “hate crimes” act.

They voted to make “sexual orientation,” “gender,” and “gender identity” into federally-protected minority groups even though they refused to define these terms in the legislation.

Incredibly, eighteen Republicans voted in favor of this bill, while seventeen Democrats voted against it. 

TAKE ACTION: Write or call your two Senators and urge a NO vote on so-called hate crime legislation.



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