Thursday, July 07, 2011

Support Traditional Marriage? "You're Dead"

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Bob Unruh, at World Net Daily, published an article this past weekend regarding the upcoming trial on whether the names of petition signers on R-71 should be made public.

In it he quotes our lead attorney James Bopp, Jr., "What is becoming increasingly evident," said James Bopp of the James Madison Center, "is that some groups and individuals, certainly a minority, have resorted to advancing their cause, not by debating the merits of the issue but by discouraging participation in the democratic process itself."

Quoting Bopp and his filing on our behalf he writes, "In an obvious attempt to dissuade people from signing the … petition, two homosexual advocacy groups – Massachusetts-based and Washington-based – announced their intentions to obtain the identities of every person who signed the petition; to publicly expose the persons on their respective web sites; and to make their web sites 'accessible and searchable."

"Dave Ammons, communications director for Defendant Sam Reed, posted a blog entry on the Secretary of State's web site explaining that the alleged reason for wanting to publicly expose … petition signers was to get 'voters to think twice about signing' … and to allow opponents to 'be able to talk with their neighbors and townspeople who signed to explain the ramifications.'"

Homosexual promoters have stated publicly they want to post the personal contact information on the Internet so that activists can find them for "uncomfortable conversations."

I strongly suggest you read the article. There is a list of threats that Mr. Bopp has entered into the record. They are listed in the article. I have linked it below.

This is the link to Unruh's article.

Secretary of State Sam Reed and Attorney General Rob McKenna are very focused on releasing these 138,000 names to homosexual activists, even though on 2 separate occasions the names of petition signers in Washington State have been sealed for their protection. One such act was to protect homosexual activists.

Be Very Vigilant. Be Very Discerning. Be Very Prayerful.

Thank you for standing with us in your support.

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