Delgaudio Praises Frist and Sensenbrenner for Protecting Kids
Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio applauded Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Congressman James Sensenbrenner, both of whom were instrumental in the adoption for the Child Predator's Act. Liberal Senators Ted Kennedy and Harry Reid were threatening to block the legislation unless it included thought control (so-called "Hate Crimes") legislation.
"It is despicable that liberals would attempt to block this legislation, that is so important to our children, simply to appease the radical homosexual lobby," said Delgaudio. "This shows there true priorities. They would rather score political points with their base than protect the most innocent among us-our children-from dangerous sexual predators. It is simply disgusting and the American people should be appalled."
Public Advocate has continually opposed Kennedy's attempts to pass thought control legislation both because the legislation seeks to punish thoughts rather than actions and because it punishes some violent crimes harsher than others simply based upon the political correctness of the crime. In contrast, Public Advocate believes that all violent criminals should be vigorously prosecuted and punished to the full extent of the law.
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