Thought Control Police Storm Capitol Hill
Washington, DC -- The Public Advocate Thought Control Police, a band of conservative street theatre players, performed outside of the Dirksen Senate Office Building mocking the House of Representatives passage of the Kennedy Thought Control Bill (or so-called "Hate Crimes Bill") that would punish thoughts rather than actions.
Senators, staffers, and members of the public were given monopoly style "go directly to jail cards" that encourage the defeat of the legislation in the Senate.
Public Advocate of the United States opposes the inclusion of the Kennedy Thought Control Bill into the Children's Safety Act because the legislation would punish thoughts rather than actions and restrict the ability of States to prosecute violent offenders. The group believes that punishment for all violent crimes should be increased, regardless of the political correctness of the offense.
"In a deplorable act of hitting the pro-family movement twice at once, the House of Representatives passed the Ted Kennedy Thought Control Bill (or so-called "Hate Crimes Bill") while the Nation was focused on the Roberts confirmation hearings," stated Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "What is worse is that they attached this outrageous legislation to the Children's Safety Act. It is nothing short of disgusting that the radical homosexual lobby would stoop to the level of politicizing the important issue of protecting our kids by putting this poison pill in the bill.
"Public Advocate will not stand idly by while the Republican congressional leadership allows this legislation, which would punish thoughts instead of actions, and the stealth nomination of John Roberts to sail through.
"Instead, Public Advocate calls on Congress to pass legislation that would increase the penalties for all violent federal offenses, whether or not the offense is politically correct."
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