Defending the family

SECRET EXPOSED: QUIET COLLUSION OF SENATE REPUBLICANS BLOWN UP BY PUBLIC ADVOCATE

EUGENE DELGAUDIO: QUISLING COMPLIANT REPUBLICANS AND SILENCE STRATEGY EXPOSED


Most of the Washington establishment and even many in the conservative movement has noted with pasivity and reserved condemnation the Homosexual assault on family values in the form of a new gay bill of rights being considered in the U.S. Senate, S. 816. The near unanimous actions, behavior and shouted policy is TO SAY LITTLE.

Public Advocate has contacted millions to alert them to the impending vote in the Senate, delivered over a million petitions and asked millions to contact their Senators.

And Public Advocate has also focused attention on Senators who have been silent in their opposition.

Typical of in-state and specific messages in a 2 dozen states is the alert exposing Tennesee Senator Lamar Alexander in his
decision to say "nothing" publicly in opposition to S. 815 even though he voted "no" in committee.

But Alexander said nothing and even the gay lobbies noted his silence with celebration.

Delgaudio takes the view that "silence" is as good as support because that is what the gay lobby says directly in a variety of public postings and statements.


On Friday, Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio contacted Tennessee audiences with this message: (similar messages sent to 11 other "silent" Senator's state constiutencies and residents ).

"Insider sources are reporting that the Senate is expected to vote on the Gay Bill of Special Rights (S.815) this week!

It looks like Senate leadership is trying to keep this quiet until the last second -- so that you and I don't have a chance to fight it.

But now we have got a crucial jump on their plans.

And I am going to need your full support to make the most of it.

You and thousands of other Tennesseans have been contacting your Senator Lamar Alexander, asking him to reverse his support for S.815.

But he hasn't budged yet.

This bill will create unprecedented employment privileges for homosexuals and transsexuals."

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