Friday, May 01, 2015

Congress, a Law Passed Unconstitutionally by the Washington D.C. City Council, a Resolution before the House of Representative, “Reproductive Health,” and the Constitution of the United States

I just noticed that tonight is my 2,300 post on this blog which was started in 2005.

Pledge in Solidarity to Defend Marriage

When I first checked this site it was at 7,000+. When I checked this morning, it was over 31,000. Keep the signatures coming and encourage everyone you know to sign the petition!

Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer

God created human government. It is, therefore, inconceivable that God would create government and then tell His people to stay out of it.” ~ Pastor Adrian Rogers


Texas Senator Ted Cruzs first Presidential campaign ad:


“We’ll Be Watching You” from Empower Texans

The lyrics thanks to Empower Texans

“Every hand you shake,
Every cent you take,
Every vow you break,
Every vote you make,
We’ll be watching you!

Every single day,
Every word you say,
Every game you play,
Every time you stray,
We’ll be watching you!

Oh, can’t you see,
You represent me?
How my wallet aches,
With every vote you make!

Every hand you shake,
Every cent you take,
Every vow you break,
Every vote you make,
We’ll be watching you!

I recall what you said during the race,
The policies you promised to embrace,
Now, it seems like you’re all over the place!
Did your values disappear without a trace?
We keep waiting, watching, hoping, please!”

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Renee Ellmers: Incumbent Congressional District 2 North Carolina


Kelly Ayotte: Incumbent Senator New Hampshire

Ron Johnson: Incumbent Senator Wisconsin

Rob Portman: Incumbent Senator Ohio


“God created human government. It is, therefore, inconceivable that God would create government and then tell His people to stay out of it.” ~ Pastor Adrian Rogers


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“Caving to Conservative Pressure, GOP Leadership Agrees to Hold Vote to Protect Religious Freedom in D.C.
Kelsey Harkness / @kelseyjharkness / April 29, 2015

After facing pressure from conservative lawmakers, House leadership has agreed to hold a vote on a measure that could strike down a Washington, D.C., anti-discrimination law that opponents say infringes on the ability of organizations to operate in accordance to their religious beliefs.

‘We exerted a lot of pressure in the last 48 hours to bring [the measure] to the floor (Why was it necessary?my addition),’ Representative Bill Flores, R-Texas, told The Daily Signal in a phone interview, speaking on behalf of the Republican Study Committee, a group comprised of 180 lawmakers (Well over half of the Republicans in the House of Representatives!my addition). ‘Fortunately, our leadership has come to the conclusion that it’s the right thing to do (Again, why was it necessary?my addition).’

The controversy surrounds a law called the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act, (Reproductive health is the Democrat Partys code phrase for abortion/MURDER!my addition) which ensures that ‘individuals are protected from discrimination by an employer, employment agency, or labor organization, based on an individual’s or dependent’s reproductive health decisions (In other words, a mother may MURDER her unborn baby through abortion without any consequences in Washington D.C.! Cant tell GOD that and get away with it but that is a different matter!my addition).’

Republicans in Congress are using a rare measure called a ‘resolution of disapproval,’ which, with the support of both houses and the president, would overrule the legislation passed by the D.C. City Council (Should not be necessary!my addition).

The power to do so was granted to Congress under the Home Rule Act of 1973, which gives lawmakers the authority to review all legislation passed by the District of Columbia and overrule it with a resolution of disapproval (What the Home Rule Act of 1973, which was passed the same year that the Supreme Court unconstitutionally sanctioned the murder of unborn babies, is, is unconstitutional!my addition).

Opponents fear the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act could force pro-life employers in the nation’s capital to hire individuals whose reproductive health decisions stand in opposition to the organization’s values, and could require them to cover elective, surgical abortions in their health plans (Which no doubt is correct! This is a blue Washington D.C. city council act!my addition).

Commentary: D.C. Passes Bill That Could Force Pro-Life Organizations to Pay for Abortions

Supporters, like Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C. (She can participate in the debate but can not vote on the legislation since she does not represent a State!my addition), criticize the attempt to overturn the legislation, arguing that without it, employers in the nation’s capital are free to ‘use religion to discriminate against employees for their private, constitutionally protected reproductive health decisions (MURDERING an unborn baby IS NOT constitutionally protected! It is Supreme Court sanctioned! There is a difference!my addition).’

In a statement to the press, she blasted efforts to overturn the anti-discrimination bill. ‘House Republicans are set on continuing their war on women, especially the women of the District of Columbia (The War on Women is being waged by Democrats and the War is being waged particularly on Black women! Democrat Leftists are LIARS!my addition),’ Norton said.

Flores, the Republican Study Committee chairman, said the battle between conservatives and House leadership to get the resolution of disapproval to the floor ‘was not pretty,’ but applauded the decision that was reached (Why is the leadership in the House so opposed to pushing pro-life legislation and now religious liberty/pro-life legislation?my addition).

‘We couldn’t give up,’ he said. ‘The First Amendment rights of Americans, whether you live in D.C. or any other state, are incredibly important (Good for some Republicans! Why was it even necessary to convince the leadershipto do this?my addition).’

Norton says Capitol Hill lawmakers are violating ‘the local democratic rights of 650,000 District residents by overturning a local law that matches our citizens’ local interests,’ and vowed to continue fighting against the resolution (I think she needs to read the Constitution! For that matter, the members of Congress need to read the Constitution!my addition).

House leadership scheduled the vote for this Friday, just days before the May 4 deadline Congress has to act before the law takes effect.

The Senate has not yet scheduled its own vote on the resolution of disapproval. If it passes the Senate, President Obama would then decide whether to sign off on it (And he will not!my addition).”

[Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution:

“The Congress shall have Power …

To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings;—And”

EXCLUSIVE Legislation in all Cases whatsoever….” It is Congress that has exclusive control of Washington D.C. Nowhere in the Constitution does Congress have the authority to delegate that power to another body or anyone else! To do so is to amend the Constitution unconstitutionally!

This passed in the House of Representatives Thursday night. Senator Ted Cruz has the resolution in the Senate. Thirteen Republicans voted against the resolution and three Democrats voted for it. The vote in the House is here:


Planned MURDERHOOD is the undisputed leader in MURDERING boys and girls in the United Statesthe American holocaust!

Every abortion is MURDER! Everyone!

The abortion/MURDER method used after 13 weeks to MURDER a baby in the womb:



Dilation and Extraction (D and E): Used after 13 weeks - The cervix is dialated and the unborn child is dismembered with plier-like forceps. Force is needed to pull the baby apart. The instrument is used to seize a leg or other part of the body and then, with a twisting motion, tear it from the babys body. The babys spine is snapped and the skull crushed. After the baby parts are removed, they are reassembled outside the womb to be sure all are removed. Frequently baby parts are left inside the mother’s womb. This can cause serious complications and sometimes death.”

After 13 weeks: The babys limbs are pulled from his/her body! His/her spine is snapped! His/her skull is crushed! And the Left complained about waterboarding prisoners of war? Are you serious!


Abortion is government sanctioned torture and MURDER!

Life begins at Conception!

Personhood begins with Life!

Having an abortion MURDERS a person!


Galatians 6: 7-8 (NIV)

Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.”

Victory through JESUS the Christ is complete! The question is how many will join the FAMILY of GOD and how many will be lost?

Lets make 2015 a benchmark year in protecting all human life from conception to natural death. It can be done. It will not be done if we do not try, pray, work, and put our faith and trust in GOD, JESUS, and the HOLY SPIRIT and THEIR power!

Planned MURDERHOOD is the most prolific MURDER organization in our nations history! Without question! And the federal government gives it money! And the federal government gives money to worldwide organizations that MURDER unborn babies! Why are we funding MURDER?

2 Corinthians 5: 10 (NIV)

For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.”

Romans 8: 28 (NIV)

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”


Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s Liberty University announcement


SLED: Defend the Unborn with Scott Klusendorf


President Barack Hussein Obama: I can not bypass Congress and change the laws on my own!


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