Everyone said it couldn’t happen.

This CONSERVATIVE ALERT is a special
message from RightMarch.com:

ALERT: Everyone said it
couldn’t happen. "We don’t need a Constitutional Amendment to protect
marriage in America — the states will protect it. Liberal activist
judges can’t impose gay ‘marriage’ on us!"

Then a liberal activist judge did just
that in Massachusetts — imposed gay "marriage" on the state. And it’s
still there.

"Don’t worry," they said, "even if
they allow gay ‘marriage’ in a state, it won’t be recognized in other
states!"

Then a liberal activist judge in
Washington ruled that, if that state passes a gay "marriage" law, those
"marriages" will be valid in every other state, under the "full faith
and credit" clause of the Constitution.

"Don’t worry," they said, "states can
pass their own constitutional amendments protecting traditional
marriage — at least THAT can’t be struck down!"

Then liberal activist judges in
Nebraska
and Georgia did just that — they ruled that the constitutional
amendments that the citizens of those states had passed were
UNconstitutional! (How is something that’s PART of the constitution
UNconstitutional?)

Are you getting the picture? Exactly
what
we were warned about has come to pass — and it’s getting worse. The
fact is, you can no longer use the argument that "the states should
make these decisions" — the judges won’t let them! Traditional
marriage is under attack in this country like never before in history.

But YOU can do something about it.

The "Marriage Protection Amendment"
(H.J.
Res. 88) is scheduled to be debated and voted on in the U.S. House of
Representatives in the next week. Here’s the text of that Amendment:

"Marriage in the United
States shall consist only of the union of a man and a woman. Neither
this Constitution, nor the constitution of any State, shall be
construed to require that marriage or the legal incidents thereof be
conferred upon any union other than the union of a man and a woman."

Pretty simple, isn’t it? If two-thirds of
the House and the Senate can pass that — and then if three-fourths of
the State legislatures ratify it — then it’ll be mighty tough for even
the most liberal, most activist judge to impose his or her own will on
the American people.

THAT will make it all worth it — but
we need YOUR help to do it!

TAKE ACTION: Senator
Wayne
Allard (R-CO), the sponsor of the Senate version of the Marriage
Protection Amendment, was right when he said, "As the core social
institution of our society, marriage in the United States should be
defined as it has been in every civilization around the world for
thousands of years: marriage is the union between a man and a woman.
The definition of marriage is far too important to leave open to
interpretation by unelected activist courts."

Unbiased polls consistently show that
over half of the American people support a constitutional federal
marriage amendment — but liberal activist judges don’t CARE what the
majority of Americans think. It’s time to change that. Click below NOW
to send a free message to your Representative, asking him or her to
vote FOR H.J. Res. 88, the "Marriage Protection Amendment":

http://capwiz.com/sicminc/issues/alert/?alertid=8908786&type=CO

NOTE: Be sure to send this
Alert to EVERYONE you know who wants to help protect traditional
marriage in America. Thank you!

Sincerely,


William Greene, President
RightMarch.com

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left-wing homosexual activists

This CONSERVATIVE ALERT is a special
message from RightMarch.com:

ALERT: One of our own is
under attack by extreme left-wing homosexual activists — and now,
apparently, by members of the Bush administration. We need to STAND UP
and support him NOW.

In 2003, Scott Bloch (pronounced
"Block")
was appointed by President Bush to head up the U.S. Office of Special
Counsel. Bloch’s OSC is an independent charter created after Watergate
to protect whistleblowers within the federal government, and also to
protect the merit system against violations of personnel policy.
Recently, OSC has taken up additional duties in enforcing the
employment rights of veterans returning from deployment.

When Bloch took office in early 2004,
he
discovered a "creative" statutory interpretation made by Elaine Kaplan,
an open lesbian activist and Bloch’s Clinton-appointed predecessor.
(Because the Special Counsel is a five-year term, Kaplan’s tenure had
overlapped several years into the Bush Administration.) Kaplan, in
conjunction with the Clinton Office of Personnel Management (OPM),
unilaterally declared that "sexual orientation" would henceforth be
afforded "status" protection, along with race, color, religion, sex and
national origin.

Apart from the illegal nature of Ms.
Kaplan’s reinterpretation of the law, the difference in enforcement is
minimal. What has changed is a new presumption important to gay
activists that they intend to use in affecting employment law and
corporate bylaws. To date, Congress has resisted expanding the special
preferences afforded by hate crimes legislation. Because of this, the
importance of unelected bureaucrats willing to rewrite the law while no
one is looking has increased.

Bloch promptly removed the Clinton-era
interpretation of civil rights and replaced it with the actual Title
VII law. For this act of faithfully upholding the rule of law, he has
been and continues to be attacked personally and professionally by
activist groups and certain Members of Congress — the main instigator
being Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), an open homosexual.

We need to ask President Bush to "go
to
bat" for his appointee, and STOP the attacks and harassment on Scott
Bloch by liberal and homosexual activists.

TAKE ACTION: It’s worth
noting that under Bloch’s predecessor, an enormous case backlog had
developed, and much of his time in office has been spent eradicating
it. Today, the agency is generally considered to be running better than
at any other time in its history.

Now that Bloch has come under attack
for
complying with Administration policy and upholding federal law, we need
to DO SOMETHING about it. Click below NOW to send a FREE message to
President Bush, asking him to take action to protect Scott Bloch from
further harassment so that he might continue to faithfully serve the
American public:

http://capwiz.com/sicminc/issues/alert/?alertid=8871561&type=PR

NOTE: Be sure to send this
Alert
to EVERYONE you know who wants to ask President Bush to come to the aid
of his appointee Scott Bloch, who is being attacked by radical
leftists. Thank you!

Sincerely,


William Greene, President
RightMarch.com

I AM THANKFUL…


FOR THE WIFE
WHO SAYS IT'S HOT DOGS TONIGHT,
BECAUSE SHE IS HOME WITH ME,
AND NOT OUT WITH SOMEONE ELSE.

FOR THE HUSBAND
WHO IS ON THE SOFA
BEING A COUCH POTATO,
BECAUSE HE IS HOME WITH ME
AND NOT OUT AT THE BARS.

FOR THE TEENAGER
WHO IS COMPLAINING ABOUT DOING DISHES
BECAUSE IT MEANS SHE IS AT HOME,
NOT ON THE STREETS.

FOR THE TAXES I PAY
BECAUSE IT MEANS
I AM EMPLOYED.

FOR THE MESS TO CLEAN AFTER A PARTY
BECAUSE IT MEANS I HAVE
BEEN SURROUNDED BY FRIENDS.

FOR THE CLOTHES THAT FIT A LITTLE TOO SNUG
BECAUSE IT MEANS
I HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT.

FOR MY SHADOW THAT WATCHES ME WORK
BECAUSE IT MEANS
I AM OUT IN THE SUNSHINE

FOR A LAWN THAT NEEDS MOWING,
WINDOWS THAT NEED CLEANING,
AND GUTTERS THAT NEED FIXING
BECAUSE IT MEANS I HAVE A HOME.

FOR ALL THE COMPLAINING
I HEAR ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT
BECAUSE IT MEANS
WE HAVE FREEDOM OF SPEECH..

FOR THE PARKING SPOT
I FIND AT THE FAR END OF THE PARKING LOT
BECAUSE IT MEANS I AM CAPABLE OF WALKING
AND I HAVE BEEN BLESSED WITH TRANSPORTATION.

FOR MY HUGE HEATING BILL
BECAUSE IT MEANS
I AM WARM.

FOR THE LADY BEHIND ME IN CHURCH
WHO SINGS OFF KEY BECAUSE IT MEANS
I CAN HEAR.

FOR THE PILE OF LAUNDRY AND IRONING
BECAUSE IT MEANS
I HAVE CLOTHES TO WEAR.

FOR WEARINESS AND ACHING MUSCLES
AT THE END OF THE DAY
BECAUSE IT MEANS I HAVE BEEN
CAPABLE OF WORKING HARD.

FOR THE ALARM THAT GOES OFF
IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS
BECAUSE IT MEANS I AM ALIVE.

AND FINALLY, FOR TOO MUCH E-MAIL
BECAUSE IT MEANS I HAVE
FRIENDS WHO ARE THINKING OF ME.

Live well, Laugh often, &
Love with all of your heart!