Public Advocate Praises Allen for Rejecting Thought Control
Public Advocate of the United States, a Northern Virginia based pro-family group is praising Senator George Allen for rejecting political correctness and embracing freedom of thought by renouncing his previous support for the Kennedy Thought Control Bill (the so-called "Hate Crimes" Bill).
Allen renounced his support for the measure after demonstrators were arrested earlier this year for praying at a gay-rights event. He also said he was concerned that increasingly activist courts would use the legislation to force the agenda of the radical homosexual lobby on the American family.
"While we were disappointed that Senator Allen initially supported the Kennedy Thought Control Bill, we are thrilled that he has seen the error in his ways and we believe he will be a strong proponent in the fight to keep this anti-American legislation from being passed by the U.S. Senate," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "Public Advocate continues to believe that no violent crime is a 'crime of love' and all violent offenders should be prosecuted to the full extend of the law, regardless of the political correctness of their crime."
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