Did your senator vote for the "thought crimes" bill?
See how your senators voted and send an e-mail of complaint or commendation.
October 26, 2009
The United States Senate voted last week to criminalize thought by passing the so-called "hate crimes" bill.
This is simply the first in a line of morally repugnant pro-homosexual bills that are on the horizon, such as the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, a bill to repeal the prohibition on homosexuals serving in the military, and a bill to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.
We must let every senator who voted for the "hate crimes" bill know that his vote will not be forgotten when he stands for re-election.
And we must let those senators who voted against this dangerous bill know that we appreciate and support their vote and will likewise remember their vote when they stand for re-election.
The "hate crimes" law not only criminalizes thought, it creates a judicial caste system in which those who engage in non-normative sexual behavior perversely get more protection than heterosexuals.
And it could put your pastor in jail if his biblical teaching on sexuality can be connected in even the remotest way to an act of violence against a homosexual or a transsexual.
(Click here if you'd like to see how your representative voted when this bill was before the House.) To see how your Senator voted click here.
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