Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Another activist court strikes down marriage

A letter from the Liberty Counsel

"Dear Friend:

Just three weeks prior to the national elections, the
Connecticut Supreme Court voted 4-3 in favor of
same-sex marriage in that state.

The timing of the ruling - and the shocking nature of that
court's willingness to ignore the will of the people and
the rule of law - should have thrust the marriage issue to
the center of the presidential campaigns.

But the liberal media continues to ignore marriage -
and Connecticut's governor is caving in to the
pressure from pro-homosexual activists.

I cannot sit by silently as another out-of-control
activist court delivers an unconstitutional ruling that
further undermines marriage!

That's why I want to rush thousands of Citizen Petitions to
Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell urging her to uphold the stand
for marriage that she previously made.

Gov. Rell should reject this decision and refuse to implement
or enforce it.

But unless she hears from grassroots citizens like you, she will
not have the strength to stand up to the homosexual radicals.

Please go here to sign this urgent petition to Gov. Rell
opposing the Connecticut ruling legalizing homosexual marriage:

I want to send tens of thousands of petitions to Gov. Rell
in the next two weeks, but I need your help.

Please take a stand with me - and thank you for your prayers
on behalf of our Nation at this crucial time.

Mathew Staver, Founder and Chairman
Liberty Counsel

P.S. Hardly a week goes by without a major new attack on marriage.
But if we do not fight each and every battle, we will certainly
lose, and our children and grandchildren will be left with a
society in tatters. Please stand with me!

Liberty Counsel, with offices in Florida, Virginia and Washington, D.C.,
is a nonprofit litigation, education and policy organization dedicated to
advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of human life and
the traditional family."

Liberty Counsel . PO Box 540774 . Orlando, FL 32854 . 800-671-1776

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