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Live from CT Capitol Bill 1098, Or is it Really about Bill 899?

Ave Maria! Some testing on and off until 11am, start of main broadcast. Keep the Prayers going!

Take note! If you wonder why such a crazy bill has been introduced, it is widely rumored that it is to distract the attention of the Church and pro family groups from another bill, SB 899, that codifies into law the CT Supreme Court Kerrigan Case that instituted same sex ‘marriage’ in Connecticut. At issue there is the lack of any conscientious objection clauses in the bill and so it directly effects religious liberty and is much more likely to pass. So the emphasis of today will be to keep the Republicans and all citizens focused on SB 899.

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  • Amy Giuliano says:


    Senate Bill 1098 was introduced by Lawlor and McDonald as a political ploy and distraction in order to pass Senate Bill 899 with minimal opposition! SB 899 goes far beyond the codification of the Kerrigan decision imposing same –sex marriage in CT. The goal of SB 899 is to strip away important statutory protections in order to pave the way for the eventual state mandated infusion of ‘gay positive’ themes into the public school curriculum. STOP SECTION 17!!

    Stop CT’s Same-Sex “Marriage” Bill!

    Last year, the Connecticut Supreme Court ignored the express will of the legislature and of the people by imposing same-sex “marriage” by judicial force. A bill was heard by the Judiciary Committee on March 6th to codify this outrage.

    But S.B. 899 goes beyond mere legislative housekeeping. Section 17 of the bill would repeal a state law protecting public policy on a wide range of moral issues. A repeal of this law could be read to mean that the State of Connecticut 1) condones homosexuality or bisexuality or any equivalent lifestyle, 2) authorizes the promotion of homosexuality or bisexuality in educational institutions or requires the teaching in educational institutions of homosexuality or bisexuality as an acceptable lifestyle, 3) authorizes or permits the use of numerical goals or quotas, or other types of affirmative action programs, with respect to homosexuality or bisexuality in the administration or enforcement of non-discrimination laws and 4) establishes sexual orientation as a specific and separate cultural classification in society.

    The law targeted by Section 17 explicitly states that Connecticut’s non-discrimination laws cannot be construed to support same-sex “marriage” or the four items listed above. We must amend Section 17 to salvage that law and stop the pro same-sex “marriage” agenda from being forced on children in the public schools!

    We also need to amend S.B 899 to strengthen the statute protecting religious liberty from the same-sex “marriage” agenda (Sec. 46a-81p). The redefinition of marriage in Massachusetts has led to attacks on religious freedom, while in Connecticut Justices of the Peace have been told they must perform same-sex “weddings”. Given the radical nature of this new same-sex “marriage” bill, further attacks on liberty and conscience are likely.

    We cannot wait for those attacks to begin. We must strike now, while this bill is going through the legislative process!

    Protect Your Rights!! Call your State Legislators and Judiciary Committee Members!!!

    Defeat Senate Bill 899! – Defeat Senate Bill 1098!

  • Don L says:

    The real game here is to get this entire thing sent to Blumenthal so that he can declare all laws invalid forcing rewrite of the laws and then destroying the structure and power of the Church.

    These people are diabolically driven and as such are devious. They’re smart in the ways of deceit. It is time for our Bishops and lay people to be as “cunning as serpents.”

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