Supreme Court Should be 'Saddamy Free,' Says Delgaudio
Washington, DC -- Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate of the United States, pro-family group based out of northern Virginia gave the following statement this afternoon after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Lawrence v. Texas, which seeks to overturn state enacted Sodomy laws. Public Advocate filed a friend of the court brief on behalf of Texas in the case arguing that there is no constitutional basis which would allow the court to protect sexually deviant behavior.
While giving the following remarks, Mr. Delgaudio held up a sign which read: "Saddamy Free Zone," illustrating that the Court must not turn its back on God and America's families if we wish to be successful in overthrowing the Iraqi dictator.
"If America wants to win the liberation of Iraq, the U.S. Supreme Court should rule in favor of Texas in this case. If America's Supreme Court turns its back on God and his Biblical values they would undercut the wishes of most Americans asking for God's help in troubled times.
"In fact, most Americans and majorities of legislators in every state house pray and vote together for God's values every day.
"The Court cannot enjoin the great state of Texas and all of America from enacting laws to protect God's view of marriage and the family without America suffering some consequences. It would undermine America's fighting spirit, our morale and our ultimate ability to resist evil.
"The Texas law is not an attack on any person or group, and as our Public Advocate Amicus brief points out, the Texas Anti-homosexual Sodomy law "is no more a condemnation of a person's homosexual orientation than a murder statute is a condemnation of a murderer's homicidal orientation." It is a statue which only punishes unnatural behavior.
"The position of the radical homosexual litigants in this case is not based on jurisprudence, the rule of law, or even the Constitution, but rather is a political strategy to attack family values in the courts, since elected legislators in Texas have rejected their outrageous anti-family agenda. Public Advocate is honored that that during today's oral arguments the attorney arguing on behalf of Texas families brought up many of the arguments made in our brief."
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