Thursday, March 28, 2013

Call Gov Christie and tell him Ohio does not run torture camps

March 2013 ed. 07

missionamerica.com

Does Ohio Run Torture Camps? New Jersey Committee Buys Outrageous Claim

Activists invent "facts" to advance agenda

After you read the jaw-dropping articles below, please call Governor Chris Christie's office in New Jersey and politely state:

1)There is no accepted research establishing any person is born homosexual and making this claim will lead vulnerable children astray; and

2)Ohio does not run torture camps, and the NJ Governor's office needs to issue a formal apology on behalf of the legislature for even considering fantasy-based testimony which discriminates against parents, families and people of faith.

CALL NJ Gov Christie's office now!
609-292-6000
 

NJ Governor Christie's Opinion on Heterosexual Therapy Ban Based on False Testimony

Christopher Doyle, Christian Post
Photo: New Jersey high school bulletin board promoting homosexuality

On March 18, the New Jersey Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee held a three-hour hearing on a bill that would take away the rights of minors who experience unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) to receive therapy from licensed mental health professionals. Even if they were sexually abused by the likes of pedophile Jerry Sandusky and developed SSA as a result – and do not wish to live a gay life – this law would forbid them to get help from a counselor to pursue their heterosexual potential.

Earlier in the week, New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, stated that he wasn't sure if he would sign such a bill should it pass the legislature. "I'm of two minds just on this stuff in general . . . I think there should be lots of deference given to parents on raising their children. I don't - this is a general philosophy, not to his bill - generally philosophically, on bills that restrict parents' ability to make decisions on how to care for their children, I'm generally a skeptic of those bills. Now, there can always be exceptions to those rules and this bill may be one of them."

But after the liberal media and activist community quickly pounced, labeling him a homophobe, the governor changed his story later in the week when a spokesperson told the New Jersey Star-Ledger: "Governor Christie does not believe in conversion therapy . . . there is no mistaking his point of view on this when you look at his own prior statements where he makes clear that people's sexual orientation is determined at birth."....

Along with representatives from the Human Rights Campaign, Equality New Jersey, and the Trevor Project, who testified against SOCE citing a parade of horribles, an additional witness, a New Jersey transgendered woman, stated she was tortured at an Ohio-based conversion therapy camp in 1997.

"Twice a week I was hooked up to electrodes on my hands," said Brielle Goldani. "I, a child, was shocked repeatedly by people who had my parent's permission to torture me." Goldani, now 29, claims that she had no rights when her parents sent her away as a teenager to a conversion camp called True Directions. "This is nothing more than legalized child abuse," claimed Goldani at the hearing.

ARTICLE continues
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Did a Gay Activist Lie to the New Jersey Senate?

Dr. Michael Brown, Townhall.com

There was one particular testimony before the New Jersey Senate detailing the dangers of “gay conversion therapy” that was so riveting that it sounded like something taken straight out of a Hollywood script. It now appears that it was taken straight out of Hollywood. So, not only is the New Jersey Senate in danger of passing a terribly unfair, discriminatory bill, but the most compelling testimony presented appears to be a fabrication...

Ironically, in schools all over America (including New Jersey), a girl who wants to come out as lesbian can be encouraged by public school counselors or teachers to join the school’s Gay Straight Alliance. There, she will be encouraged not to tell her parents about her decision and not to listen to their religious viewpoints. But now, New Jersey is considering passing a bill that will make it illegal to offer professional help to a minor (even with parental permission) if that child doesn’t want to embrace a gay identity...

ARTICLE continues
HERE.
 

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Linda Harvey, President
 

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