"Reverse Earmark" Proposed To Defund Pro-Gay College, 1,200,000 Petitions Oppose Mandatory Gay Rights, Defend Tradition Marriage
On Thursday January 27, 2011 Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio delivered 1,200,000 signed petitions to 100 members of Congress opposing so-called gay rights, asking for the defense of the American Armed Forces against the Obama administrations imposition of openly homosexual officers, and defending tradition marriage.
Public Advocate also asked for Congressional Reverse Earmark to eliminate all federal funds for Augusta State University in Georgia as a consequence and sanction for persecuting a graduate student due to her Christian beliefs.
Text of Letter with Petitions
Delivered to 100 Members of the Senate and Congress Thursday January 27 2011
Dear Member of Congress
Enclosed are your share of 1,200,000 petitions and surveys from your state, and around the country, in opposition to the Rep. Barney Frank sponsored Mandatory Gay Employment Act of 2010 numbered H.R. 3017 (from the Lame Duck Congress) and in to also restore the ban on open homosexuals in the U.S. military. Thank you.
Also called "The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA)", it would prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity . (Also see: Senator Jeff Merkley "ENDA" bill (S. 1584)
Our group is asking you to vote "no"-- against HR 3017 or S. 1584 and vote to restore "Don't Ask Don't Tell to our Armed Forces. Thank you.
I also enclose for your consideration some of the 25,000 petition signers requesting "to withhold (federal) funding from Augusta State University and (until) they respect (student) Jennifer Keeton's Constitutional rights of conscience, religion, and speech." Please let me know of your support to defund Augusta State University. Thank you.
President, Public Advocate of the U.S. Inc.