Big Sodomy won this battle in AZ, turning up the hate and decibel volume machine way past the 12th Man in Seattle’s Century Link Stadium.
So, Guv Jan Brewer, who once dressed down the Kenyan kommie on an airport tarmac, vetoed the contentious bill last night and today, AZ is more poorer for it.
The money and efforts, and pressure from corporate and other entities was too much for Brewer and the weak kneed RINOs of AZ. Marriott, American Airlines and others got involved, companies that normally do not seek the attention of controversial topics.
Imagine CVS, Walgreens and others coming to the defense of pharmacists who still have a conscience to protect their rights? Not likely, guv’nor!
It is now officially OK to impune and challenge the sincerely held religious beliefs of Christians, discrimination against which is always in season and even more so in this faux culture of depravity and “diversity”. But the EEOC will go after truck companies that fire Mohammedan drivers for refusing to deliver alcohol, part of their job function and one which doesn’t kill (most) humans, unlike chemical and surgical abortions.
The OH heartbeat bill is back again for consideration in the OH assembly, and has started on the House side as HB 248.
While it offers much value overall, it still does has some flaws both in specific definition of terminology and some specific sections that emit odors of weakness, to wit:
Sec. 2919.192 2919.194. (A) If a person who intends to perform or induce an abortion on a pregnant woman has determined, under section 2919.191 2919.192 of the Revised Code, that the unborn human individual the pregnant woman is carrying has a detectable heartbeat, the person shall not, except as provided in division (B) of this section, perform or induce the abortion until all of the following requirements have been met and at least twenty-four hours have elapsed after the last of the requirements is met:
(1) The person intending to perform or induce the abortion shall inform the pregnant woman in writing that the unborn human individual the pregnant woman is carrying has a fetal heartbeat.
(2) The person intending to perform or induce the abortion shall inform the pregnant woman, to the best of the person’s knowledge, of the statistical probability of bringing the unborn human individual possessing a detectable fetal heartbeat to term based on the gestational age of the unborn human individual or, if the director of health has specified statistical probability information pursuant to rules adopted under division (C) of this section, shall provide to the pregnant woman that information.
(3) The pregnant woman shall sign a form acknowledging that the pregnant woman has received information from the person intending to perform or induce the abortion that the unborn human individual the pregnant woman is carrying has a fetal heartbeat and that the pregnant woman is aware of the statistical probability of bringing the unborn human individual the pregnant woman is carrying to term.
(B) Division (A) of this section does not apply if the person who intends to perform or induce the abortion believes that a medical emergency exists that prevents compliance with that division.
ESH gives the emphasis to the pertinent language of Division A and B of this section of the Bill. It appears to give abortionists and the left the “out” language they could want and live with in a heartbeat bill that ostensibly blocks abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the preborn baby.
As for language problems, some select terms and definitions:
Sec. 2919.19. (A) As used in this section and sections 2919.191 to 2919.193 2919.1910 of the Revised Code:
(A)(1) “Conception” means fertilization.
(J)(15) “Unborn human individual” means an individual organism of the species homo sapiens from fertilization until live birth.
These definitions do not comport with accepted embrology standards in employ for the past 100 years or so, and the Carnegie Stages of Embryology since at least 1942. Many babies are not created at “conception” or “fertilization” especially when created in the lab by one of many artificial means (eg SCNT, ART, etc). Nor would this apply to natural twinning since in identical twins, the second twin isn’t created by fertilization or conception, but rather the natural cloning process of the human body.
Once introduced in the Senate, or sooner, these and some other errors need correction before the final bill is voted upon. As Aristotle stated, small errors in the beginning lead to large errors in the end.
ESH wonders if the Assembly, dominated by the GOP on both sides with a GOP governor, can get the bill right the 2nd time around?
This is the latest series of sodomite propaganda campaigns from that community of perversion. The truth about the bill passed in the AZ assembly and awaiting Jan Brewer’s gubernatorial signature does NOT allow retailers to randomly, willy nilly, discriminate against, say, sodomites and lesbians, just cause they feel like it.
Says the Christian Post analysis:
Here are six important points to understand about the just-passed bill:
1. If Gov. Jan Brewer (R) signs it, the bill, S.B. 1062, would make some modifications to a 1999 Arizona law called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).
2. Under current Arizona law, if a business wanted to discriminate against gays, they would not need this bill to be passed to do so. It is not currently illegal for a business to deny service to someone because they are gay. Some cities in Arizona have ordinances against it but there is no state law against it. If business owners in Arizona wanted to deny service to gays, they could do so in most of the state under current law.
3. Even though business owners across most of Arizona (and much of the United States) have the right to deny service to gays, they are not doing so. Opponents of the bill claim it would usher in an era of “Jim Crow for gays,” in which gays would be denied service at businesses across the state. If business owners really wanted to do this, though, they could already be doing it. The bill does not make that more or less likely. Business owners do not want to deny service to gays. This is not because they fear government sanction. Rather, it is because: 1) Their religious, ethical or moral beliefs tell them it is wrong to deny service; and/or, 2) the profit motive – turning away customers is no way to run a business.
4. A RFRA law, either state or federal, does not give anyone the license to do anything they want based upon their religious beliefs. Rather, it says what needs to happen for the government to take away someone’s religious freedom. RFRA provides citizens with religious freedom protections, but that does not mean that everyone who claims their religious freedom is violated will win a court case using RFRA as their defense.
5. No business has ever successfully used RFRA, either a state RFRA or the federal RFRA, to defend their right to not serve gays. In fact, no business has even been before a court claiming to have that right.
6. Even if a business wanted to claim the right to not serve gays under RFRA, their claim would be even harder to defend under SB 1062. So, anyone who is concerned that someone may one day try to use RFRA to discriminate against gays should prefer the bill that was just passed over current law.
The firestorm that has descended upon the AZ government shows hell hath no fury like a pervert scorned. The level of hatred, bile, intolerance and bigotry by the left and the sodomites has manifested again that they are anything but “happy” or “gay”.
Michael Wilbon, stationed on the liberal Disney subsidiary, ESPN, was on Pardon the Interruption some time ago, browbeating Tony Kornheiser, a Jew, about whites framing the “debate” over use of the N-word.
Wilbon, a racist and petty dictator type like his hero the Kenyan kommie, was chastizing whites and Kornheiser about anyone but a negro using the N-word, something he says “was forced upon us…in the plantation”, as if he experienced something that happened hundreds of years ago.
The NFL is contemplating a new rule whereby ANY use of the N-word on the field of play will result in a 15 yd penalty. Roger Goodell is a true uber liberal hisself, just like his failed senator father, and wants to conduct further social engineering in the best known and most watched sport in the world.
Will they have similar penalties when someone is called a grinder (Slovenians), a Mic (Irish), a kraut (Germans), a dago (Italians) or a kike (Jews)? What?! No parity!?
It’s hard to even make any sense over the rambling excoriating attack of Wilbon, who says he used the N-word hisself and has no problem doing so all day. Thanks for the qualifier, Massa’ Michael!
BTW, ESH wanted to let the readers know Wilbon grew up in a middle class Chicago neighborhood and attended ALL private schools for high school and college: Northwestern University, St. Ignatius College Prep, Medill School of Journalism. He started out at the extreme liberal WaPo after college.
If he grew up Catholic, he’s not much of a practicing one, bragging he and his wife had their only child, a boy Michael, via a surrogate mother. Poor kid.
At the end of the day, Wilbon is a liberal who shows what kind of a verbal tyrant he can be when given the stage.
Maybe Wilbon can take some sensitivity sessions from Gordon Gee, the ex-OSU prez who just loves going after those fishy Catholics!
ESH note: Some of these real life experiences mirror what was suffered by the faithful under atheistic communism in eastern Europe and Asia, and the Cristeros under the anti-Catholic masonic governments of Mexico in the early 20th century, but they are rather experiences imposed under those who hate the TLM with an animalistic, demonic rage unequaled by anything (except maybe thei hate for George Bush and Fox News), and it is not in a spirit of tolerance, acceptance and open mindedness, such as is requested of the same folks about their irrational mental illness of liberalism….
This morning I went to see Bishop Raul Gomez Gonzalez in Tenancingo to again ask him about supporting me with the Order of St. Pius V and the Latin Mass. He is the bishop in charge of Malinalco where I have my parent’s house and the convent (where the Sisters of the Buen Samaritano use to live). I had already approached him about this three years ago and talked with him about the “Summorum Pontificum”.
At that time he told me that the Latin Mass was so rigid in its rubrics. He also told me that when he was a boy and used to serve the Latin Mass, and that the priest could only hold his hands so far apart. I’m just thinking: probably that is when he received his vocation to be a priest. So, at that time he was not interested in supporting me. I remember driving back home so sad.
When I first learned the Latin Mass, I began saying it here Mexico in a little chapel near to the my house. The people did not like it because they liked it when I use to say it in Spanish. But I still said my private mass, and everyone was welcomed. One day, the Augustinian pastor from the parish arrived and just sat through the whole latin mass in the sanctuary. Afterward he asked me: “what were you doing?” I told him that I was saying a private Latin Mass. He went out and told my friends that this mass was invalid. The next day I took Summorum Pontificum and the instructions Universae Ecclesiae (important parts highlighted in yellow) to his office. I did this to show him that it was allowed and that priests and people have rights to have the Latin Mass offered.
He left the parish and the new pastor arrived. I knew him from before. When some people informed him that I was saying the Latin Mass in the chapel, he called me in and told me in strong words that the Latin Mass was prohibited. The next day I took him a photo of Cardinal Canizares offering the Latin Mass in the Vatican. He then admitted that is was allowed. I then humbly asked him for permission to say it privately in the hospital chapel of the Sisters of the Buen Samaritano. He said OK.
I had to get a crucifix (in their Novus Ordo Chapel there was none). I had to have a platform made and painted so that I could stand in front of the altar. For a few days I was again happily saying the Holy Mass there. But then the pastor called the mother superior and told her not to allow me and that the Latin Mass was prohibited. Thanks be to God she had already read the introduction in the Ecclesia Dei white Spanish booklet that explained Pope Benedict’s “Summorum Pontificum”. She told him that the pope had given permission for this mass. But, so as to not get them in trouble with their pastor, I started saying it in my tiny chapel I had build the year before.
I then went and took copies of Summorum Pontificum and the instructions Universae to the Bishop’s office so that he would see and read with his own eyes (again all the important parts highlighted in yellow so he could read it quickly) that the Latin Mass is permitted. I did this so that the bishop would know that there are educated people who know about what Pope Benedict had done for us who love the Latin Mass.
With all the problems I have had here with the local priests, I decided to again go and visit the bishop. I did this to remind him of all that my parents and myself have done for the poor here in his diocese before he arrived three years ago. I purposely did this so when the priest here Malinalco gets upset about the Latin Mass I am saying in my house or my visiting the poor sick to hear their confessions, he will be benevolent to me and support me. I have been coming here and working with the poor for 27 years now.
While I was at it, I also asked him about his support of the order. In response he said that his people only understand Spanish and that is why he does not support the Latin Mass. I went on to inform him that in the United States the traditional Latin Mass altar servers are wanting to be priests and that the Fraternity of St. Peter has so many young men in their seminary.
I also told him about the lack of children in the Catholic Church of the USA. He said that the number of children are diminishing here in Mexico too. I then went on to tell him that traditional Catholic families are having a lot of children.
I have no idea what God has in mind when I am doing this education of priests and bishops about the Summorum Pontificum and Universae Ecclesiae. But I do know that I need to do it no matter what the out come is.
Yesterday was my friend Hermana Gabriela’s birthday and we had a beautiful meal together. She went with me and was also able to talk to the bishop about her congregation she is trying to keep going. So good things always come out of everything we try to do for God. Each one of you are doing your part. Let us let God do the rest. Mary too. She and I had a great talk about the need to be 100% converted, in the way we pray, dress, use our time and work.
Never truer words were spoken. +Fr Paul Marx, OSB, founder of HLI, was a long time apostle in the life cultural wars, on an international scale before it was fashionable, who preached this message consistently and often.
Judie Brown at ALL, another veteran of the abortion wars, also speaks on the topic, again, this week with nuggets of truth. And she harkens back to some of the pearls of Fr Marx in the process.
Read it here and edumacate yourself. Not only does the contraceptive mentality, led by high dose powerful steroids in the abortifacient and carcinogenic oral “contraceptive” Pill, lead to the abortion mentality, it also is causing and wreaking havoc on women worldwide. In the US alone, about 14 million women use the Pill annually, yet half of them stop within a year of starting because the side effects are so intolerable.
Victims of OC use, now deceased, thanks to the Pill
The Pill Kills, and ALL helped launch that educational website and annual June rally that focuses on how the Pill kills preborns and, with greater frequency, their moms. Just recently a report showed 3rd generation OCs had killed at least 800 women in the UK, a country that is only about 20% of the population of the US’s 315 million.
Truer words were never spoken.
Veteran gadfly and lefty spoiler James O’Keefe has done it again. O’Keefe filmed and busted left wing abortoholics for Wendy Davis, known for pinky tennys and baby killing fetal syndrome, were bragging how they were violating TX voting laws.
The footage shows Battleground Texas volunteer Jennifer Longoria saying the group uses the phone numbers from voter registration forms in later efforts to boost turnout on election day.
Texas Election Code prohibits the use of, or even the copying of, phone numbers provided by individuals registering to vote.
“Every time we register somebody to vote, we keep their name, address, phone number,” Longoria said.
The video also shows volunteers calling to boost turnout for Wendy Davis’s gubernotorial bid.
Watch it and weep lovers of spilling innocent TX babies’ blood: