Friday, May 1, 2009

About Speech Impediment Man's Hate Crimes Bill

It's probably not nice of me to call Barney Frank 'Speech Impediment Man.' But really, that's what I think of when I think of him.

But enough about him needing speech therapy. This is about bill HR 1913, A.K.A the hate crimes bill.

This bill goes against the first amendment by taking away your right to freedom of speech. The bill passed the Congress. Hopefully it dies in the Senate, but I don't know. I haven't heard anything about it yet. (Please note from this point down this blog post is rated T for teen. Only those thirteen and older, please.)

On Wednesday, April 29, the U.S. House is scheduled to vote on so-called "hate crimes" legislation, which would give "actual or perceived" "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" the same federal protection as race. Last week the House Judiciary Committee refused to exclude pedophiles from the bill's protection. The Committee also refused to include veterans. Moreover, the bill does not include the elderly.

H.R. 1913 (Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009) is not about stopping crime but is designed to give "actual or perceived" sexual preference or "gender identity" (which is still classified as a mental disorder) the same legal status as race. The DSM IVR (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual used by psychologists and psychiatrists to diagnose mental disorders) lists more than 30 "sexual orientations" and "Gender Identity Disorders," including pedophilia. The hate crimes bill does not limit "sexual orientation" or "gender identity" and, thus, includes all these disorders and fetishes. The use of "actual or perceived" includes those with disorders or deviant sexual preferences and those who do not have such disorders or fetishes, so long as it is alleged that the person charged allegedly "thought" the other person had such disorder or fetish.

The hate crimes bill also provides that the federal government, under the direction of the Attorney General guidelines, may award grants to local law enforcement agencies to address these alleged incidents. In other words, the federal government can pay for so-called "sensitivity training" and coercive pro-homosexual propaganda.

Mathew Staver, Founder of Liberty Counsel and Dean of Liberty University School of Law, commented: "Sexual orientation and gender identity include pedophilia and every imaginable deviant fetish. Cross-dressers and pedophiles find refuge in this so-called hate crimes bill, while veterans and grandmas are left to fend for themselves. Obviously, this bill is not about the prevention of crime but is all about pushing a radical sexual anarchy. This bill will crush free speech and trample free exercise of religion."

Pedophilia is a crime, sorry. Having sex with minors is known as "statuary rape." Now, if you suffer from any of the fetishes "disorders" listed above, you may wish to leave this blog, because from here on down, I will be exercising my right to freedom of speech.

I've already been over pedophilia, so let me go over the rest of it. Cross-dressing. How can I best put my opinion of this? Um... EW! Yeah, I think that sums it up. That is disgusting.

But the real thing here is that this is Barney Frank's bill. That yaoi freak (A.K.A Homosexual) doesn't want anyone to be able to say anything against him, so he composed this bill to stop that from happening.

In doing so, he has blatantly disregarded the first amendment, and I quote:
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
Freedom of speech. That's what's at stake here. Do you think pedophilia's wrong? I sure do, and, under my first amendment rights, I can say so. Do I think homosexuality is wrong? Yes, and I will say so. Homosexuality is described in the Bible as a sin. Leviticus 18:22:
You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.
God said it, and that's the way it is. But this bill will get pastors and religious groups in trouble for speaking out against this sin. It will get police and courts in trouble for going after pedophiles. It will get any sane, rational American in trouble.

By the way, whatever happened to amendment 14 of the Constitution? You know, the one that says no rebelling against the U.S.? Doesn't trying to overturn the very first amendment count as rebelling against the U.S.?

I'm not endorsing slander, here, before the people who point fingers and shriek get up in arms. I believe homosexuality is wrong, and I demand that under the Constitution - since I am a U.S. citizen - that I be allowed to say so.

Isn't it a hate crime to try and take away my freedom of speech?
(P.S: For more on the Biblical veiw of homosexuality, click here.)

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