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  • Skyowl
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    Here is how they get you. See the section in bold red. The "or" is how they manage to get you by everything that preceeds the "or". It is up to them what bodily injury "is". This is not good.:mad: In the Senate, this is S909. It's time to write to my Senators again.:rolleyes:

    SEC. 7. PROHIBITION OF CERTAIN HATE CRIME ACTS.

    (a) In General- Chapter 13 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:

    `Sec. 249. Hate crime acts

    `(a) In General-

    `(1) OFFENSES INVOLVING ACTUAL OR PERCEIVED RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN- Whoever, whether or not acting under color of law, willfully causes bodily injury to any person or, through the use of fire, a firearm, a dangerous weapon, or an explosive or incendiary device, attempts to cause bodily injury to any person, because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, or national origin of any person--

    `(A) shall be imprisoned not more than 10 years, fined in accordance with this title, or both; and

    `(B) shall be imprisoned for any term of years or for life, fined in accordance with this title, or both, if--

    `(i) death results from the offense; or

    `(ii) the offense includes kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill.

    `(2) OFFENSES INVOLVING ACTUAL OR PERCEIVED RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, GENDER, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, OR DISABILITY-

    `(A) IN GENERAL- Whoever, whether or not acting under color of law, in any circumstance described in subparagraph (B) or paragraph (3), willfully causes bodily injury to any person or, through the use of fire, a firearm, a dangerous weapon, or an explosive or incendiary device, attempts to cause bodily injury to any person, because of the actual or perceived religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability of any person--

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  • Skyowl's Wife
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    This one is headed to the senate, the only way to stop it is a FLOOD of correspondence with your Senators! Call, email, or write! Or all three!

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  • unswydd
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    Originally posted by JerryPt2 View Post
    they can only prosecute you if the sick bastards live long enough to get to the cops...and they find a body
    I'd say, "Don't give me any ideas" but........I already had those thoughts.
    Just sayin.........

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  • TAZDEVIL
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    This is really BAAAAAAAAAADDD! count me in!

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  • JerryPt2
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    they can only prosecute you if the sick bastards live long enough to get to the cops...and they find a body

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  • unswydd
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    Count me in too! It's appalling. This not only protects child abusers but also anyone who wants to touch YOU that you don't want them to.

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  • Skyowl's Wife
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    I won't do well with this one, since my views on adults who have sex with children is somewhat draconian.

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  • unswydd
    started a topic Pedophile Protection Act, Hate Crimes Law

    Pedophile Protection Act, Hate Crimes Law

    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.p...w&pageId=97115

    This is really something that we need to pay attention to. As a sister, woman, aunt, this scares me!

    Next on Senate agenda? 'Pedophile Protection Act'
    'Hate crimes' law definitions would protect 547 sex 'philias'

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    Posted: May 04, 2009
    9:08 pm Eastern


    By Bob Unruh
    © 2009 WorldNetDaily


    The leader of a pro-family organization says families across the nation need to contact their U.S. senators now to try to derail a legislative plan that already has passed the U.S. House and is being awaited by President Obama – after a Democrat confirmed it would protect "all 547 forms of sexual deviancy or 'paraphilias' listed by the American Psychiatric Association."

    WND columnist Janet Porter, who also heads the Faith2Action Christian ministry, today cited S. 909, dubbed the "Pedophile Protection Act," as an extreme danger to America.

    As H.R. 1913, the House version of the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act bill, the plan was adopted on a 249-175 vote, but not before several amendments were proposed by Republicans trying to mitigate the impact of the law.


    Democratic Sens. Edward Kennedy and Patrick Leahy immediately introduced a matching plan in the U.S. Senate, and activists say a vote in committee could come as early as tomorrow.

    The proposal, also called the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act after a Wyoming homosexual who was killed in a horrific robbery and beating in 1998, creates a special class for homosexuals and others with alternative sexual lifestyles and provides them protections against so-called "hate."

    It specifically denies such protections to other targeted classes of citizens such as pastors, Christians, missionaries, veterans and the elderly

    Wrote Porter, "I've written extensively about how this bill would criminalize Christianity and turn those who disagree with the homosexual agenda into felons, but criminalizing Christianity is just the beginning of what this bill would do. It would also elevate pedophiles as a special protected class – since the term 'sexual orientation' which has been added to the 'hate crimes' legislation includes them in the American Psychiatric Association's definition of various 'sexual orientations."

    Read the column warning against the dangers of Sen. Edward Kennedy's "hate crimes" plan.

    Porter cited the amendment offering from Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, in committee that was very simple:

    The term sexual orientation as used in this act or any amendments to this act does not include pedophilia.
    But majority Democrats refused to accept it.

    Rep. Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, then explained what it means, Porter wrote.

    There are only 242 crimes where there is actually some – truly – an assault, and we just rejected an amendment to including pedophilia from being a part of this protected class. Do you realize what that means?

    If a mother hears that their child has been raped and she slaps the assailant with her purse, she is now gone after as a hate criminal because this is a protected class. There are other protected classes in here. I mean simple exhibitionism. I have female friends who have told me over the years that some guy flashed them, and their immediate reaction was to hit them with their purse. Well now, he's committed a misdemeanor, she has committed a federal hate crime because the exhibitionism is protected under sexual orientation.

    I know my friend said that we have a definition in the law, but there is nothing in this bill that references the definitions in the Hate Crimes Statistical Act…it's not there. We asked that it be added so we could get a specific definition. It is not there.

    And having reviewed cases as an appellate judge, I know that when the legislature has the chance to include a definition and refuses, then what we look at is the plain meaning of those words. The plain meaning of sexual orientation is anything to which someone is orientated. That could include exhibitionism, it could include necrophilia (sexual arousal/activity with a corpse) … it could include Urophilia (sexual arousal associated with urine), voyeurism. You see someone spying on you changing clothes and you hit them, they've committed a misdemeanor, you've committed a federal felony under this bill. It is so wrong.
    King, Porter wrote, also told the full U.S. House that the APA has a list of 547 different "paraphilias" that would be protected by members of Congress under the "hate crimes" bill.

    Find out how homosexuality as a "civil right" was sold to America, in the best-selling "Marketing of Evil."

    Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Fla., a "hate crimes" supporter, agreed, saying:

    This bill addresses our resolve to end violence based on prejudice and to guarantee that all Americans regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability or all of these 'Philias' and fetishes and 'ism's' that were put forward need not live in fear because of who they are. I urge my colleagues to vote in favor of this rule…"
    Porter said families, parents, Americans, anyone interested in the future of the nation, need to contact their members in the Senate and demand hearings, then demand a filibuster.

    "Pushing away an unwelcome advance of a homosexual, transgendered, cross-dresser or exhibitionist could make you a felon under this law. Speaking out against the homosexual agenda could also make you a felon if you are said to influence someone who pushes away that unwelcome advance. And pedophiles and other sexual deviants would enjoy an elevated level of protection while children, seniors, veterans, and churches would not," Porter said.

    The "hate crimes" proposal not only sets up criminal charges against those whose actions or words offend homosexuals but also provides money "to improve the education and training of local officials to identify, investigate, prosecute and prevent hate crimes."

    President Obama, supported strongly during his campaign by homosexual advocates, appears ready to respond to their desires.

    "I urge members on both sides of the aisle to act on this important civil rights issue by passing this legislation to protect all of our citizens from violent acts of intolerance," he said.

    Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission said the Senate proposal could be voted on in committee as early as tomorrow.

    "You must call the Senate today and demand that they hold hearings on this bill," he wrote. "It is one of the most radical pieces of legislation to ever make its way to the Senate. If passed, it will lay the groundwork for restricting religious liberty and freedom of speech as it has in Canada and Europe."

    Similar state laws have resulted in persecution for Christians. In Philadelphia several years ago, a 73-year-old grandmother was jailed for trying to share Christian tracts with people at a homosexual festival

    There's more, click on the link at the top for the rest. It's long but a good read.
    Last edited by unswydd; 05-05-2009, 09:41 PM.
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