Skip to comments.Two 11-Year-Olds Receive Threats for Testifying Against Same-Sex Marriage
Posted on 04/01/2013 8:25:35 AM PDT by Maelstorm
In January, Sarah Crank, 14, received death threats after testifying before the Maryland state senate. She testified:
Hi, Im Sarah Crank. Todays my 14th birthday, and it would be the best birthday present ever if you would vote no on gay marriage. I really feel bad for the kids who have two parents of the same gender. Even though some kids think its fine, they have no idea what kind of wonderful experiences they miss out on. I dont want more kids to get confused about whats right and okay. I really dont want to grow up in a world where marriage isnt such a special thing anymore.
Its rather scary to think that when I grow up the legislature or the court can change the definition of any word they want. If they could change the definition of marriage then they could change the definition of any word. People have the choice to be gay, but I dont want to be affected by their choice. People say that they were born that way, but Ive met really nice adults who did change. So please vote no on gay marriage. Thank you.
TFP Student Action, a Roman Catholic organization, recorded some of the threats on the YouTube video of Sarahs speech went viral on homosexual websites. Some of them read:
If I ever see this girl, I will kill her. Thats a promise.
Her parents should be exterminated.
Kill this child and his [sic] parent, for my 11 birthday would be a wonderful gift, thanks.
I hope you? get raped by your married parents.madisonen;
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I was referring to your comment on the Christian military guys you said “never talked about gay marriage”. Anyway, I interpreted that to mean they didn’t protest gay “marriage” or much else of the social engineering that goes on in this country. IOW’s, perhaps if WE got off our asses a bit more, we wouldn’t be in this mess.
No, it’s just not much of a priority to anyone.
Actially, it passed the peoples votes FOUR TIMES this past November: Maine, Maryland, Washington, and Minnesota. If Kali had a new vote, it would pass as well. Not a fan, but that’s the way the wind is blowing...
It was only 5 years ago in Kali....I would not bank on that
Minnesota did not vote for gay marriage but against a DOMA on the ballot
Young folks have been brainwashed and many folks intimidated
Most of whom are not married anyhow
Poor folks of any color don’t bother to marry anymore much
None of which changes the notion of anal sexual fixation between men ,equated with marriage as actually absurd
The left uses this issue to further diminish social or Christian conservatismm
Its a tool in their war chest to make the state, humanism and the earth a deity troika
38 states have laws prohibiting same sex marriage
38 against .....30 of those are now in state constitutions by popular referendum
10 for...and 7 of those by Dem legislatures not popular vote
I don’t think anything has changed much
Gay states are flexing muscle and the media is hyping the shit out if it all and running their own polls and squashing negative studies due to it being before the court
My bet is court leaves it to states which baring a constitution amendment is fine
It does bug me how the left often wins by judicial fiat what it lost electorally
My first reaction to this was I remember a time when Obama went on stage with his “Executive Suggestions” after the Sandy Hook massacre, surroounded by 4 children who wrote him about their “feelings” about gun violence and the need to disarm everyone...
What I do not recal was anyone on our side of the issue calling for those kids to be killed, raped or otherwise harmed for their opinion...
Strange that these kids calling for the support of DOMA are being threatened in such a manner...
No one seems to be making a corrolation here that I have seen, so far...
REALLY????? and if san fransissyco had a vote, it would have passed there also.....pathetic.
how many states have rejected it?? 31? 32? maybe more. American people are compassionate....not stupid.
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