Monday, June 29, 2015

Support H.R. 1968 to defend Real Marriage

From Public Advocate:

The Supreme Court just struck down Real Marriage.

I can't say I'm surprised.

The Supreme Court Justices – controlled by the radical Homosexual Lobby - have now ruled 5-4 that homosexuals can be "married" anywhere in the United States, even if their state protects Real Marriage.

This is hardly the end of the fight for Real Marriage.

The radical Homosexual Lobby thinks Public Advocate and thousands of other pro-Family activists will just give up and quit.

But I will never stop fighting for Real Marriage.

In fact, we have an opportunity to strike back against the Supreme Court.

That's because Representative Steve King (R-IA) filed a bill to shred the Supreme Court's power to destroy Real Marriage.

King's "Restrain the Judges on Marriage Act" (H.R. 1968) will remove marriage from federal court jurisdiction and ban any federal funding used to enforce court orders against Real Marriage.

And Public Advocate has made this bill our top priority in Congress.

I've worked long hours to prepare a battle plan to fight back against the Supreme Court, but I need to know if I can still count on supporters like you.

That's why I'm hoping – after you sign your petition – you'll prayerfully consider supporting Public Advocate by chipping in $10 or $25 immediately.

Thousands of pro-Family Americans are outraged at this blatant display of radical judicial activism.

But I'm afraid if they don't know about this bill and Public Advocate's plan to fight for Real Marriage by passing the "Restrain the Judges on Marriage Act," they'll just give up and quietly quit.

And that's what the radical Homosexual Lobby – led by billionaire homosexual activist Tim Gill wants us to do.

But as long as I'm President of Public Advocate, I'll never quit on pro-Family Americans like you.

That's why it's important Public Advocate identifies and informs every pro-Family American that this is not the end of Real Marriage.

So after you sign Public Advocate's "Rein in the Supreme Court" petition to your representative, will you please consider chipping in $10 or $25 immediately to help Public Advocate be their voice in Congress?

This comes at a time when Public Advocate's funds are tied up defending Religious Liberty in all 50 states against the deep pockets of the radical Homosexual Lobby.

And if Public Advocate doesn't act promptly, we'll miss this opportunity to strike back against the Supreme Court.

That's why your contribution of $10 or $25 is so important.

It will help Public Advocate launch thousands of internet ads, reaching every pro-Family American outraged by this, and encouraging them to sign their online petitions so I can deliver them to Congress.

But if we don't have the funds to reach them I'll show up to Congress only to be ridiculed by radical Homosexual Lobbyists, who are using this ruling to springboard their next attack.

Members of Congress think pro-Family Americans like us will just quit after this Supreme Court ruling.

Now – more than ever – Public Advocate needs your support to fight back against the radical Homosexual Lobby.

So please, after you sign your petition, please consider chipping in $10 or $25 immediately to help Public Advocate be their voice in Congress.

We have no time to lose.

Thank you.

For the Family,

President, Public Advocate of the United States

P.S. Once again, bad news is coming out of the Supreme Court. Their latest ruling just made homosexual "marriage" the law of the land.

But fortunately, the battle is just beginning as Representative Steve King (R-IA) is fighting back by filing the "Restrain the Judges on Marriage Act" (H.R. 1968) seeking to strip the Supreme Court's authority over marriage.

In order to move this bill through Congress, Public Advocate is counting on supporters to strike back immediately to help turn up the heat on Congress.

That's why after you sign the "Rein in the Supreme Court" petition, I'm counting on you to please consider chipping in $10 or $25 to help Public Advocate reach thousands of outraged pro-Family Americans.

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