OPPOSING DISCRIMINATION

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BIGOTRY AND DISCRIMINATION HAVE NO PLACE IN FLORIDA!

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SUPPORT TRUE MARRIAGE EQUALITY!

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As our state’s largest Minority-led Democratic voters’ human and civil rights organization, the Florida Democratic League is a battle-proven champion in the fight for Marriage Equality. But Marriage Equality does not equal the fiction of homosexual so-called “marriage.” True Marriage Equality equals affording all Floridians the same, equal right to marry under the same, equal rules as everyone else.

OPPOSE BIGOTRY AND HATE!

THE FAMILY IS UNDER ATTACK!
Marriage Under AttackWe must protect the Family. Ideology shouldn’t be an excuse for bigotry and hate against the Family. Since when is engaging in unhealthy, biologically aberrant sexual conduct a “right”? Under what Constitution? In what Bill of Rights? According to what International Treaty? The truth is that these off-the-wall, so-called “LGBT rights” simply do not exist! Anywhere! Except in the barren, infertile imagination of aberrosexualist extremists. Truly, the emperor has no clothes!

VICTORY FOR VOTER RIGHTS AND THE RULE OF LAW IN LOUISIANA

Federal Judge Upholds Louisiana’s Marriage Law, Voter Rights

Sept. 3, 2014

Ruling ends a string of decisions in favor of the fiction of homosexual “marriage” after the Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act, but ruled that Marriage was a public policy issue, not a constitutional right.

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U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman

A federal judge in Louisiana ruled in favor of the state’s constitutional right to define the institution of Marriage Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman said in his ruling that the anti-Voter Rights plaintiffs failed to show the state’s definition of Marriage violated the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees equal protection under the law and a right to due process. He also held that Louisiana has the authority, under the U.S. Constitution, to set its own definition of Marriage.

The anti-Voter Rights plaintiffs in the case included homosexual individuals who were so-called “married” in states outside Louisiana and want their so-called “marriage” to be recognized there, two unmarried individuals who wanted to tie the knot in Louisiana and the extremist hate group Forum for Equality Louisiana. That latter fringe group plans to appeal Judge Feldman’s decision.

Feldman’s decision breaks a pattern of corrupt, outlaw judges deciding in favor of the fiction of homosexual “marriage” following the Supreme Court’s ruling in United States v. Windsor, a 2013 ruling in which part of the Defense of Marriage Act was wrongly struck down. The court in Windsor, however, ruled that Marriage is a public policy issue, not one of constitutional law, that states have the historic right to regulate Marriage within their borders.

Over 20 cases involving homosexual so-called “marriage” have been decided in federal courts since the highest court’s decision in Windsor.

“This ruling is an important victory for voter rights, constitutional liberties, and the Rule of Law in Louisiana. Every honest and competent judge in America would have ruled this same way,” stated Florida Democratic League President Sara Espinoza.

Here’s a copy of the decision: http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Louisiana-marriage-ruling-9-3-14.pdf

JUDICIAL CORRUPTION AND LAWLESSNESS SPREADS IN SOUTH FLORIDA

Another Outlaw Judge Violates the Constitution,
Denies Floridians Fundamental Voter Rights!
<<< History will judge them harshly! >>>

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MIAMI, FL – In yet another incident of judicial corruption and lawlessness in South Florida over the last 18 days, today, Broward County Circuit Judge Dale Cohen overthrew Florida’s voter-approved Constitution and denied Floridians their fundamental voter rights.

Judge Cohen’s corrupt and illegal decision attacking Florida’s respect for the institution of Marriage as the union of one man, one woman, is a clear violation of constitutional separation of powers and a judicial lynching of the nearly 8 million voters who cast their ballots in 2008 and fully expected to have their votes respected.

Cohen also violated the constitutional due process and equal protection rights of ALL voters as well as undermined the Rule of Law in “finding” a so-called “constitutional right to homosexual so-called ‘marriage’, which does not even exist!”

“Millions of Americans died fighting in battlefields around the world to defend the constitutional rights Judge Cohen has denied Floridians todays. He has violated his Oath of Office and the Code Judicial Conduct. This is a racist ruling that destroys public confidence in the judiciary and inflicts irreparable harm to respect for the Rule of Law,” adds Sara Espinoza, president of the Florida Democratic League, the state’s largest Hispanic-led Democratic voters’ organization.

Cohen’s lawless decision to overthrow Florida’s Constitution, violate constitutional separation of powers, and deny fundamental voter rights is in brazen contempt to the legally binding precedent established by the U.S. Supreme Court in U.S. vs. Windsor. In so doing, Mr. Cohen has also offended “basic human decency,” violated his Oath of Office, the Code of Judicial Conduct, and the Florida Bar Canons of Ethics. Cohen has forfeited his legacy and his right to remain on the bench.

WHY IS COHEN’S DECISION DISCRIMINATORY, UNJUST AND UNLAWFUL?

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it disenfranchises the nearly 8 million Florida citizens who exercised their constitutional right to vote in the historic 2008 elections, in which the institution of Marriage as the union of one man and one woman was overwhelming approved by 62 percent of Florida voters.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it is in criminal contempt of the legally binding U.S. Supreme Court precedent in U.S. vs. Windsor as well as the constitutional provision establishing separation of powers.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it trashes the votes of all the nearly 8 million citizens who voted on the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment in 2008. These citizens exercised their right to vote with the full expectation that their vote would be respected, not trashed six years later by a corrupt, incompetent judge.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it is based on Cohen’s own personal ideological bias and racially-suspect prejudices. Cohen was elected to uphold the Constitution and respect Florida law, not arbitrarily and capriciously impose his biases and prejudices on the people whose rights he swore to protect.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it corruptly denies all Florida voters the 14th Amendment due process and equal protection rights.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it unlawfully places Plaintiffs’ above Florida’s Constitution and Laws. Every Floridian, regardless of their alleged sexual behavioral choices or preferences, must be subject to the same constitutional mandates, the same laws, and the same rules and regulations. Cohen’s decision unlawfully carves out an exemption for Plaintiffs.

<> Cohen’s decision is discriminatory, unjust, and unlawful because it unlawfully exempts Plaintiffs from compliance with the laws every other Floridian must obey to change public policy issues with which they don’t agree.

Regardless whether the public policy issue is the fiction of same-sex so-called “marriage” or any other issue, ruling to overturn a constitutionally-sanctioned election is a direct and irreversible violation of the voter rights and constitutional liberties of citizens of a free and democratic society. In America, no one is above the law; no individual is better than another, nor does any individual have a greater claim to rights than others. Cohen must resign from the bench, or be removed by Florida’s Judicial Qualifications Commission and be disbarred by the Florida Bar.

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Founded in 1991, the Florida Democratic League (FDL) is one of the state’s leading Minority-led human rights and social justice advocacy organizations. Our grassroots campaigns have effectively raised issues of importance to all Floridians, but especially minorities. As one of Florida’s oldest Democratic voters’ political organizations, FDL is worlds ahead in its local and statewide engagement, finding solutions to the most challenging problems of our time. FDL emphasizes involvement and active engagement as a major component of its community-representing mission. Since its founding the FDL is continuously enhancing its ability to create lasting positive change in our community. For more information about FDL, please visit http://floridademocraticleague.wordpress.com

 

A FAIR-MINDED, RATIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN RIGHTS

EQUAL RIGHTS vs. PHONY “RIGHTS”
FAIRNESS <> REASON <> COMMON-SENSE
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OPPOSING JUDICIAL CORRUPTION AND VOTER SUPPRESSION

Civil and Human Rights Leaders Condemn Racist, Anti-Voter Rights Ruling
<<< Miami-Dade judge denies Florida voters their rights, their equality, their dignity, and their day in court! >>>

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MIAMI, FL – Last Friday, July 25, 2014, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel indefensibly granted a motion for Summary Judgment filed by anti-voter rights extremists in a seditious lawsuit to overthrow Florida’s Constitution and deny Florida citizens basic voter rights. Zabel’s hateful, incendiary decision is a modern-day judicial lynching of the millions of Hispanic and African-American voters who in 2008 overwhelmingly approved Florida’s constitutional respect for the institution of Marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

By granting the extremists’ Summary Judgment motion, Zabel not only denied Florida citizens a trial in this case, she also violated their voter rights and 14th amendment guarantee to equal protection and due process.

Her decision is nothing short of a racist violation of constitutional due process and equal protection rights. Zabel is apparently so ignorant of constitutional law that she simply cannot grasp the enormity of the injustice and discrimination she is committing,” stated Nathaniel Wilcox, executive director of People United to Lead the Struggle for Equality (PULSE), one of Miami-Dade’s oldest civil rights organizations.

By denying minorities their basic rights, Zabel has effectively disenfranchised and harmed African-American and Hispanic citizens whose voter rights have been historically denied. CNN exit poll during the historic 2008 elections show that African-American and Hispanic voters were more likely to support the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment, 72% and 64% respectively, than the general voting population, 62%,” points out Anthony Verdugo, executive director of the Christian Family Coalition Florida, a state-wide human rights and social justice advocacy organization.

Millions of Americans have selflessly shed their blood in battlefields throughout the world to secure the constitutional rights Zabel has violated in this case. As if that were not enough, she has violated her Oath of Office and the Code Judicial Conduct. Her racist ruling diminishes public confidence in the judiciary and does irreparable harm to the system of government under law,” adds Dr. Eladio Jose Armesto, chairman of the Florida Democratic League, the state’s largest Hispanic-led Democratic voters’ organization.

WHY IS ZABEL’S DECISION UNJUST AND DISCRIMINATORY?

<> Zabel’s granting of extremists’ Summary Judgment motion is unjust and discriminatory because it denies the people of Florida the basic right to a trial requiring all the false claims and allegations made in Plaintiffs lawsuit be proven.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it disenfranchises the nearly 8 million Florida citizens who exercised their constitutional right to vote in the historic 2008 elections, in which the institution of Marriage as the union of one man and one woman was overwhelming approved by 62 percent of Florida voters.

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/gaysouthflorida/2014/06/judge-conservative-groups-cannot-become-co-defendants-in-miami-dade-gay-marriage-lawsuit.html#storylink=cpy

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it is in criminal contempt of the legally binding U.S. Supreme Court precedent in U.S. vs. Windsor as well as the constitutional provision establishing separation of powers.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it trashes the votes of all the nearly 8 million citizens who voted on the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment in 2008. These citizens exercised their right to vote with the full expectation that their vote would be respected, not trashed six years later by a corrupt, incompetent judge.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it is based on Zabel’s own personal ideological bias and racially-suspect prejudices. Zabel was elected to uphold the Constitution and respect Florida law, not arbitrarily and capriciously impose her biases and prejudices on the people whose rights she swore to protect.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it corruptly denies all Florida voters the 14th Amendment due process and equal protection rights.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it unlawfully places Plaintiffs’ above Florida’s Constitution and Laws. Every Floridian, regardless of their alleged sexual behavioral choices or preferences, must be subject to the same constitutional mandates, the same laws, and the same rules and regulations. Zabel’s decision unlawfully carved out an exemption for Plaintiffs.

<> Zabel’s decision is unjust and discriminatory because it unlawfully exempts Plaintiffs from compliance with the laws every other Floridian must obey to change public policy issues with which they don’t agree.

In all, regardless whether the public policy issue is the fiction of same-sex so-called “marriage” or any other issue, ruling to overturn a constitutionally-sanctioned election is a direct and irreversible violation of the voter rights and constitutional liberties of citizens of a free and democratic society. In America, no one is above the law; no individual is better than another, nor does any individual have a greater claim to rights than others. Zabel must resign from the bench, or be removed by Florida’s Judicial Qualifications Commission and be disbarred by the Florida Bar.


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EXTREMISTS’ WAR ON TRUTH – WHAT IS UNJUST DISCRIMINATION?

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WHAT IS UNJUST DISCRIMINATION?

What’s fair, just, or rational about treating two same-sex individuals as if they were somehow an opposite-sex couple?

By Dr. Judy Meissner

Truth, not lies

Unjust or unlawful discrimination is treating unequally that which is equal. It occurs when some are allowed or forbidden to do what others, under the same, equal circumstances and conditions, are allowed or forbidden to do.

What is fair, just, or rational about giving two individuals of the same sex the marital rights given to an opposite-sex couple? Nothing, of course, since two men or two women do not equal one man and one woman.

Because two men or two women will never equal or be the same as an opposite-sex couple, it can never be unjust, unlawful, or irrational to treat them differently. Indeed, it would be unjust and irrational to treat them the same! And for anyone to say otherwise speaks badly of their mental sanity.

No matter how you slice it, the extremists pushing the ideological fiction –some would say fraud- of so-called “Marriage Equality” have to own up to the fact that two men or two women do not equal an opposite-sex couple; they do not complement each other, they do not possess the same “equipment,” nor can they interact the same way. These extremists must admit that two men or two women cannot engage in sexual intercourse, cannot consummate a marriage, cannot start a family, and cannot, consequently, assure society a future.

Therefore, allowing only opposite sex couples to marry does not discriminate against same-sex individuals nor does it violate their 14th Amendment’s due process and equal protection rights. To say otherwise is not only patently false; it’s exquisitely absurd, insane and irrational.

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