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Why Chris Christie Should, Must, and Will Veto Gay Marriage in New Jersey!

Why Chris Christie Should, Must, and Will Veto Gay Marriage in New Jersey!

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Why did the NJ Senate ignore the evidence Against Gay Marriage? Shouldn't we hold legislators to a higher standard?
Why did the NJ Senate ignore the evidence Against Gay Marriage? Shouldn't we hold legislators to a higher standard?

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WHAT PRICE LEGISLATIVE/JUDICIAL TYRANNY IN NEW JERSEY ... IN THE USA?Three important questions for New Jersey’s Senators, Assemblymen and Assemblywomen as evidence, logic, reason and detail are hijackedby the State’s Senate on February 13, 2012 :
1.
When the evidence is ignored by our legislators, are we in the realm of a legislative tyranny that deliberately circumvents a credibleconclusion the people would have come to had they been allowed to consider the facts?
2.
How reasonable is it to believe that “civil rights” are not based on evidence, reason, and detail?
3.
When the evidence is ignored legislators and the judiciary, are we at the end of the law, the end of reason?Please ask the following members of New Jersey’s legislature to give sane answers to these questions, and the evidence following in the 5pages below!Senator  Dawn Marie Addiego
 Republican
Senator  Diane B. Allen
Republican
 Republican
Senator  James Beach
Democrat
Senator  Jennifer Beck
 Republican
 Republican
Senator  Barbara Buono
Democrat
Republican
 Democrat
 Republican
 Democrat
 Republican
Democrat
Democrat
 Democrat
 Republican
Republican
Republican
 Democrat
 Democrat
 Democrat
 Republican
 Republican
Republican
Senator  Nellie Pou
 Democrat
Senator  Ronald L. Rice
 Democrat
Senator  M. Teresa Ruiz
Democrat
Democrat
Senator  Paul A. Sarlo
 Democrat
 Democrat
Republican
Senator  Bob Smith
Democrat
Senator  Brian P. Stack
Democrat
Democrat
Republican
 Democrat
Senator  Jeff Van Drew
Democrat
Democrat
Democrat
Senator  Jim Whelan
 Democrat
Assemblyman Nelson T. Albano
Democrat
Assemblyman John F. Amodeo
Republican
Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini
Republican
Democrat
Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson
 Democrat
Assemblyman Jon M. Bramnick
 Republican
Assemblyman Chris A. Brown
 Republican
Republican
Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco
 Republican
 Democrat
Assemblyman Ralph R. Caputo
 Democrat
Assemblywoman Marlene Caride
Democrat
Republican
Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande
 Republican
Assemblyman Gary R. Chiusano
 Republican
 Democrat
Republican
Assemblyman Robert D. Clifton
Republican
Assemblyman Herb Conaway, Jr.
 Democrat
Assemblyman Sean Connors
 Democrat
Assemblyman Craig J. Coughlin
 Democrat
Assemblyman Albert Coutinho
Democrat
Assemblyman Joseph Cryan
 Democrat
 
Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo
 Democrat
Assemblyman Alex DeCroce
 Republican
Assemblyman John DiMaio
Republican
Democrat
Assemblyman Joseph V. Egan
Democrat
 Democrat
Assemblyman Angel Fuentes
 Democrat
Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin
Democrat
Assemblywoman DiAnne C. Gove
Republican
Assemblyman Jerry Green
 Democrat
 Democrat
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora
Democrat
Assemblywoman Amy H. Handlin
 Republican
Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey
Democrat
Assemblywoman Angelica M. Jimenez
Democrat
Assemblyman Gordon M. Johnson
Democrat
Assemblyman Sean T. Kean
Republican
Assemblywoman Pamela R. Lampitt
Democrat
Assemblyman Charles Mainor 
 Democrat
Republican
 Republican
Assemblyman John F. McKeon
 Democrat
Assemblyman Matthew W. Milam
 Democrat
Assemblyman Paul D. Moriarty
 Democrat
Assemblywoman Nancy F. Munoz
 Republican
Assemblyman Jason O'Donnell
 Democrat
 Republican
Assemblywoman Sheila Y. Oliver 
Democrat
Assemblyman Erik Peterson
Republican
Assemblyman Vincent Prieto
 Democrat
Assemblywoman Annette Quijano
 Democrat
 Democrat
Assemblyman David P. Rible
Republican
Assemblywoman Celeste M. Riley
 Democrat
Assemblyman Scott Rudder 
 Republican
Assemblyman Scott T. Rumana
 Republican
Assemblyman Brian E. Rumpf 
 Republican
Assemblyman David C. Russo
 Republican
Assemblyman Gary S. Schaer 
 Democrat
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi
 Republican
Republican
Assemblywoman Donna M. Simon
 Republican
Assemblyman Troy Singleton
 Democrat
Assemblywoman L. Grace Spencer 
 Democrat
Assemblywoman Linda Stender 
Democrat
Assemblywoman Shavonda E. Sumter 
 Democrat
 Democrat
Democrat
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner 
 Democrat
Democrat
Assemblyman Jay Webber 
 Republican
Assemblyman Gilbert L. Wilson
Democrat
 Democrat
Democrat
Assemblyman David W. Wolfe
 Republican
 
27 REASONS TO BELIEVE THE NEW JERSEY LEGISLATUREIS IGNORING THE EVIDENCE AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE!
(See also FRC’s “Ten Arguments from Social Science Against Same-Sex Marriage” and Sprigg’s “The Top Ten Harms of Same-Sex Marriage”) REASON 1: AMERICA ... AND NEW JERSEY ... WILL REASSESS THE EVIDENCE AGAINST HOMOSEXUALITY & TRANSGENDERISMDr Paul McHugh: “Surgical Sex”http://www.policystudies.ca/documents/Surgical_Sex_Change.pdf 
 
Paul McHugh is University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
“...
 
..We have wasted scientific and technical resources and damaged our professional credibility by collaborating with madness rather thantrying to study, cure, and ultimately prevent it….”REASON 2: NEW JERSEY WILL REJECT THE EFFORT BY A COMPLICIT MEDIA TO SWAMP IT WITH DISINFORMATION!
Lawyer and author Roger J. Magnuson ... on Gay America’s determination with hijacking Black America’s struggle!(“
 Are Gay Rights Right?: Making Sense of the Controversy 
”; Multnomah Press; 1992; Portland, Oregon 97266).The excerpt below is taken from his arguments at pgs. 67-107, specifically p. 82-89):“...
As we have already seen, proponents of gay rights laws rely heavily on an analogy to other human rights legislation. If human rights lawshave provided protection to other minorities, why should society not add one more group to those protected from discrimination? Hitchingtheir wagon to the broadly based support Americans have traditionally given civil rights laws, gay rights advocates have made surprisingprogress in the past decade.The human rights analogy, though popular and politically understandable, cannot withstand careful analysis. Adding homosexual behaviour to a list of classes that includes racial and religious minorities makes no sense. The tenuous balance of social interests represented by theselaws is reflected in the few, and carefully chosen, classes they protect. Relief has been given only in extraordinary circumstances.To add another protected class, at least five requirements have had to be shown:(1) A demonstrable pattern of discrimination …(2) … based on criteria that are arbitrary and irrational …(3) … causing substantial injury …(4) … to a class of people with an unchangeable or immutable status …(5) … which has no element of moral fault...
.”
REASON 3: AMERICA ... AND NEW JERSEY ... WILL AGAIN REJECT GAY-MILITANT INTIMIDATION!“Matt Gurney: California's gay marriage vote sparks retribution”
Posted: November 14, 2008, 1:00 PM by Kelly McParland
 
“…
 
.
Democracy requires voters to sometimes decide painful, contentious issues. An absolute prerequisite to that is being able to rest assuredthat one may cast their vote – and yes, donate their money – safe in the knowledge that their legally-discharged democratic duty will notexpose them to vigilante retribution or political intimidation
.Eckern chose to step aside without a fight, and seems genuinely mortified to have caused offence.
I cannot help but wonder, though, what wouldhave happened if he'd stuck by his guns and simply stated that how he spent his money was his business?
Would the California MusicalTheater have championed their employee's right to vote his conscience, or would they have exercised political censorship by finding some way to turf him for supporting Yes on 8?Scott Eckern is an accidental symbol, a man thrust into the spotlight by the vagaries of chance and the realities of instant electronic communication. Butthere are thousands of others like him who have been left equally exposed to revenge or social stigmatization for disagreeing with another person'sopinion.
Democracy cuts both ways, and financial supporters of gay marriage are just as vulnerable to retaliation as those who opposed it.The aftermath of this campaign has already turned ugly, and if the situation deteriorates further, lives could well be endangered.
When contacted for comment, Andrew Pugno, a spokesman for the Yes on 8 Campaign, wrote,
"It is unlike anything I have ever seen before. It isscary. And notable that law enforcement and government leaders stand by silently."
California's choice to publish the names, addresses, andoccupations of those who donate large sums to political causes is not only dangerous politically, but could quickly become dangerous in the most literalsense possible. With tempers running hot, the shaming of Scott Eckern and his resignation might strike some as a victory.
Those who would celebrateshould be mindful, however, of the potential ramifications of having opened this particular Pandora's Box. Indeed, opponents of Proposition 8might soon rue the day that in their earnest and understandable haste to drive the government out of their bedrooms, they pushedthemselves into another citizen's voting booth….”REASON 4: AMERICANS ... AND NEW JERSEY ... WILL AGAIN REJECT GAY-MILITANT PSYCHO-VIOLENCE“Prop. 8 supporters suffer vandalism, violence” ...
Associated Press - 11/3/2008 7:15:00 AM
 
SAN DIEGO - A pastor leading efforts to pass a ballot initiative that would end same-sex "marriage" in California says the campaign has become thetarget of vandalism and violence.
 
“... Rev. Jim Garlow says signs urging a "Yes" vote on Proposition 8 are being stolen, churches have been pelted with eggs, cars have beenparked outside the homes of supporters bearing the message "Bigots live here," and some supporters have been physically assaulted.Garlow says a pastor even had the windows of his car shot out because he was displaying a "Yes on 8" sticker. "One man in Modesto wasbeaten as he was handing out 'Yes on 8' signs, and had stitches in his eye," he adds."We have boys dying...protecting our freedom in Iraq, while we have our freedom being taken as people rip signs out and destroy them anddeface them," says Pastor Garlow. "It's quite an amazing venue to find ourselves in [here] in America.
"
 
Proposition 8 would amend the state constitution to say, "Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California." The measureis supported by evangelical Christian, Roman Catholic, and Mormon groups. It is opposed by Unitarians and Episcopalians ...”
REASON 5: NEW JERSEY WILL HOLD THESE TRUTHS TO BE SELF-EVIDENT …
"
Homosexuality is not a Civil Right
"by Robert Regier and Daniel Garcia ( 
 
):
 
“…. When protecting one’s inalienable and civil rights, the government must discern between liberty and license. This requires that rightsattach to persons because of their humanity, not because of their behaviors, and certainly not those behaviors that Western legal and moraltradition has regarded as inimical to the "Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God," as stated in the Declaration. Yet, today some advocate granting "rights" to behaviors hostile to the most fundamental forms of self-government—family, church, andcommunity. This is especially the case with homosexual activists, who ironically seek to hijack the moral capital of the civil rightsmovement….”REASON 6: AMERICA ... AND NEW JERSEY ... WILL AGAIN REJECT A HOAX THAT IGNORES THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
"
The Removal of Homosexuality from the Psychiatric Manual
"by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi( 
 )
“….
 
All three great pioneers of psychiatry--Freud, Jung and Adler--saw homosexuality as disordered. Yet today, homosexuality is not to befound in the psychiatric manual of mental disorders. Were these three great pioneers just reflecting the ignorance and prejudice of their times? Is this radical shift due to our modern-day enlightened, sophisticated attitude? Has there been any new research to account for thisshift of opinion? I submit that no new psychological or sociological research justifies this shift. Research did not settle the question.Research simply stopped, and it is politics that has silenced the professional dialogue. Now, the only studies on homosexuality are from anadvocacy perspective.Militant gay advocates working in a small but forceful network have caused apathy and confusion within our society. They insist thatacceptance of the homosexual as a person cannot occur without endorsement of the homosexual condition. Intellectual circles too--who areself-conscious about sounding intolerant--proclaim homosexuality as normal, yet it is still not so for the average person for whom it "justdoesn't seem right…. Yet in the history of psychiatry, has a heterosexual ever sought treatment for distress about his heterosexuality andwished to become homosexual? When I put that question in correspondence to the chairman of the
DSM 
Nomenclature Committee, Robert L.Spitzer, he replied: "the answer, as you suspected, is no". Why does the profession no longer consider homosexuality a problem? .... ”REASON 7: NEW JERSEY WILL AGAIN REJECT A HOAX THAT IGNORES THE PSYCHO-SEXUAL ... AND POLICE ... EVIDENCE!The law review
”, by Dr. Judith Reisman,14 REGENT U. L. REV. 283, 326 (2002); pp 9-11 of 60)C. Hiding Dirty Laundry“... The biases of the media are revealed as much by what is not reported as what is reported.Homosexual authors David Island and Patrick Letellier attempt to expose inter-gay violence in their book,Men Who Beat the Men Who LoveThem, estimating that up to "650,000 gay men" are annually battered; "a gay man is [
domestically 
] abused . . . every 90 seconds."How many of these battered men die at the hands of other homosexuals?There were 3327 cases of gay-on-gay "domestic violence" reported by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs in 1997 — threetimes the number of "anti-gay" "intimidation" or assaults alleged upon homosexuals that same year.Island and Letellier document inter-gay battery as the primary homosexual health problem after 1) AIDS (males), Cancer (females) and 2) drugabuse.They write, "The Director of the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project . . . in San Francisco stated that domestic violence may affect andpoison as many as fifty percent of gay male couples." "We believe that far too many [heterosexual] husbands . . . are violent, but that their proportion is closer to twenty percent." "Domestic violence is acknowledged, talked about, and dealt with more in straight relationships thanin gay male relationships."Approximately 21,000 Americans are murdered every year, an average of 58 each day, compared to two killings allegedly based on "sexualorientation" in 1996. These hard data find "gay" men to be at far greater risk of harm from other gay men and from outraged, often former boy abuse victims, than from homophobic rednecks. Yet Island and Letellier find establishment media and the homosexual media will not print the truth about inter-gay violence. Why?It "would be just plain bad press for gays and . . . all bad news needs to be suppressed. . . . [G]ay men truly . . . . have a proportionate share of violent individuals in their midst who bash other gay men [and boys] in startlingly high numbers." "The gay community needs to recognizethat wealthy, white, educated, ‘politically correct’ gay men batter their lovers."The Advocate, the premier magazine for homosexual readers, reports that a minimum of seventy-five percent of its readers admit to engagingin violent sex; twenty percent engaged in sadistic "bondage and discipline"; and fifty-five percent engaged in other sex acts using painfulobjects.Compared to heterosexual distrust or dislike, the rare assault inflicted on someone at a bar and the singular, although horrible, aberrantmurder, it is fair to say that the on-going, most significant "hate crimes" against homosexuals are, as Kirk and Madsen noted, inflicted byhomosexuals.In 1987, "the San Francisco police responded to no fewer than 100 calls per month for gay and lesbian domestic violence. . . . [T]here arethousands upon thousands of victims of gay men’s domestic violence in the United States each month."

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