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PETITION IN OPPOSITION TO HATE CRIMES LEGISLATION

There is an increased threat of federal Hate Crimes legislation to our Constitutional liberty as given in the First and Fourteenth Amendments as a result of Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee striking again.  Not only did Jackson-Lee introduce new hate crime legislation, The David Ray Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, H.R. 256, which is direct opposition to our Constitution, but she also submitted a new companion bill, The David Ray Ritcheson Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, H.R. 262.  These two bills directly threaten your freedom of speech and religion. The Prevention Act will also create $10 million dollars in Federal funding to be given to non-profit groups to run the prevention program. This means you will not be able to teach your children Christian values that are opposing the special minority groups like homosexuals, but the schools and other Anti-Christian groups will be able to promote homosexual activity to them and will be well funded to do so.  You won't be able to say a word if you don't want to be imprisoned. President Barack Obama has supported hate crimes in the past and is expected to sign the bill if it gets to his desk. We need to act now!

DEADLINE EXTENDED:

Because of the continuing accounts of Christians being silenced through hate crimes laws, CADC has extended the petition's deadline and will forward all signatures to Congress.

Your participation could help stop Congress from impairing your right to freedom of speech, religious expression and equal justice.


Dear United States Senate-

Federal Hate Crime legislation is a threat to my Constitutional liberty. Nations that have adopted hate crimes legislation, like Canada, have deprived their citizens of their freedom of speech and religious expression.  Hate Crimes legislation divides Americans by creating special classes of people who receive special rights.  Every American should receive equal justice under the law. Hate Crimes legislation undermines the Constitution by creating incidents of un-equal justice for the same crimes.

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# Last Name First Name City
1 Stockard Sharon Brainerd
2 Adena Robles Fort Smith
3 Tran-Raymundo Saoh Ling
4 Marchesani Angela Fort Lauderdale
5 Randall Bob
6 Peebles Rod & Cathie Swartz Creek
7 Burkepile Gary Tecumseh
8 Brown Patty
9 Barton Betty
10 Stephen Williams Bend
11 SOTTILE TONY EL CAJON
12 Holley Beth Ann Dalton
13 Berger John Harrison Twp
14 ostrander john unadilla
15 Holley Allen Dalton
16 estochin mildred
17 Stubbs Mark
18 Beckworth Susan Evans
19 Sopp Gloria Urich
20 Rupp Daniel Albuquerque, NM
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