Treason of the Republican Party Establishment
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A friend from Tennessee sent me this in an e-mail this morning.  The first quote in block letters is how she started the e-mail.  The next quote is from the web site she included.
Quote:THE TREASON OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ESTABLISHMENT.

ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN IS THE PERSON WHOM NEWT GINGRICH NAMED AT THE MIAMI TEA PARTY RALLY ON SATURDAY AS THE CONGRESSWOMAN WHOM HE WILL NAME TO LEAD UP HIS PRESIDENTIAL LIBERATION FROM COMMUNISIM PROGRAM FOR CUBA, NICARAGUA, VENEZUELA, AND THE REST OF THE HEMISPHERE WHEN HE IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. I WAS AT THE RALLY AND HEARD HIM SAY IT.

ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN HAS BEEN CAMPAIGNING AND SUPPORTING FOR AT LEAST THE LAST EIGHT YEARS THE HOMOSEXUAL COLLECTIVE IN SOUTH FLORIDA AND ELSEWHERE. SHE IS THE LAST PERSON THAT CUBANS NEED TO COORDINATE THEIR LIBERATION. ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN IS A LIBERAL.

ILEANA ROS-LEHTININ  IS THE CONGRESSWOMAN WHO RECRUITED THE HOMOSEXUAL CHAPLAIN OF THE KEY WEST FIRE DEPARTMENT TO OPEN THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER IN CONGRESS ABOUT FIVE YEARS AGO.

THE MIAMI HERALD SATURDAY EDITION IN SPANISH HAD A FRONT PAGE ARTICLE ON HER CHAMPIONING THE SODOMITES AND HAILED CONGRESSWOMAN ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN AS AN HISTORICAL PATHFINDER AND TRAILBLAZER FOR THE CAUSE OF SODOMITE CIVIL UNIONS -- WHAT THE SODOMITES CALL "GAY MARRIAGE" AND WHAT THE REST OF US DOWN HERE CALL PUTIMONIO.

From http://www.frc.org/washingtonupdate/the-public-domain
Quote:The Public DOMAin

Never a big fan of family issues, Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen ® has joined the dark side by becoming the first Republican to co-sponsor bills that boost counterfeit marriage while effectively closing down most Christian adoption services. Last week, Ros-Lehtinen became the only Republican sponsor on a bill that seeks to overturn the bipartisan Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This new legislation's ultimate target is to overturn the state laws and 42 state constitutional amendments in by redefining marriage at the federal level. This follows on the heels of her co-sponsorship of a bill from liberal Democrat Pete Stark (D-Calif.) that bans federal funds from going to adoption agencies that prioritize child placement to couples that are married and heterosexual.

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Already, Catholic adoption offices have been closed in Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, and the Diocese of Rockford, Illinois thanks to the passage of anti-religious legislation. In Illinois, after placing 3,700 abused and neglected children with loving families over the past 10 years and providing about 20 percent of the adoption and foster-care services in the state, Catholic Charities could close its doors statewide. Agencies in Rockford, Illinois have already shut down after the state denied them a chance to renew their license, causing the loss of 58 Catholic Charities jobs. The Rockford Diocese had been handling approximately 350 foster family and adoption cases in northern Illinois.

What the Stark/Ros-Lehtinen bill, (deceptively named "The Every Child Deserves a Family Act") would do is shutter Christian adoption agencies nationwide, despite the large number of lives these organizations impact. Put in a dramatic but truthful way, supporters of the bill would rather see orphans kept without parents than to see them placed in loving homes with a mother and father! While liberal Republicans exist in the party, this one is part of the leadership. As Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Ros-Lehtinen has not had one investigation into the pro-abortion/pro-homosexual focus of the State Department, despite the sacrifice of religious liberty issues in favor of abortion on demand and a policy of forcing homosexual "rights" on our allies. She's has been reluctant to even move legislation that would defund the U.N. Population Fund, which contributes to countries that utilize forced sterilization and coercive abortion for "population control."

The GOP leadership has done a lot to protect marriage, mostly by appointing a top-notch lawyer to defend DOMA in the courts after the Obama administration refused to. However, having a member of the Republican leadership undermine everything they're doing on the marriage issue sends the wrong message, especially when her current actions specifically target Christian services. Is the Republican Party ready to be turned into a party that sacrifices religious liberty on the altar of unrestrained sexual license?

T-Minus Two Weeks and Counting...

We've reached the 11-day countdown to the Values Voter Summit, and the media attention to the event here in Washington is ramping up. All seven of the major GOP candidates will be speaking, and at tendees will have the chance to make their own assessments of the contenders in person at the Summit. Members of FRC Action will be voting in the 2011 Values Voter Straw Poll, and Saturday afternoon, we'll announce the results. Don't miss the opportunity to make your voice count. Join us in the nation's capital next weekend for this once-in-a-lifetime experience, and do your part to steer the debate in the direction of faith, family, and freedom! For more information on the latest speakers and schedule, or to register, check out the website at www.ValuesVoterSummit.org.

* Tomorrow, on "Today's Issues," the Alliance Defense Fund's Mike Johnson will join Tim Wildmon and me to discuss Joyner v. Forsyth County, a case in which a federal appeals court agreed to ban prayers during public meetings in Forsyth County, North Carolina if they mention a particular deity. The decision conflicts with other legal precedents and seems incredibly out of step with America's religious tradition. Hear what's next for Forsyth County, as it asks the Supreme Court to weigh in. To listen to the broadcast, click over to http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?c=RADIO

** Is hosting a Bible study in your house unconstitutional? California officials certainly believe so. They've fined Chuck and Stephanie Fromm hundreds of dollars, and now the issue is headed to court. Read FRC legal expert Ken Klukowski's take in the Washington Examiner here.

*** With the push for Palestinian statehood at a boiling point, FRC's Bob Morrison talks Mideast policy in "Simple, But Not Easy," his new column in American Thinker.

**** This week, we're spotlighting SB 48, the California law that requires schools to celebrate homosexuals in the classroom. To see where this could lead, check out FRC's new video as parents tell their story.

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