Thursday, July 31, 2014

'I Love My Soldier' Bumper Sticker Sparks Hate-Filled Note From Stranger!

CafeMom ^ | 7-16-14 | Michele Zipp
Many people put stickers on their cars that show something about them. Ellen Wilson of Savannah, Georgia, has an "I Love My Soldier" bumper sticker on her car to show her support for her fiance in the military. This sticker apparently enraged someone so much that they left a threatening note on Wilson's windshield while she was shopping inside her local Target store. The note, which was unsigned, was clearly written by a person who was very angry -- it's a full-on rant with an underlined word and an expletive. It also contained a threat saying she was lucky he or she didn't slash her tires. There's more. The letter read: So I noticed your 'I love my soldier' decal. I’m sure he is your 'hero' too right? I feel really bad for you and how blind you must be to what is really going on in this country. First off he is NOT your hero. Your 'man' is a pawn being used in the immoral game of wholesale murder. If you're aware of the real reasons America goes to war (corporate profits) and the role 'soldiers' play in making such immoral acts possible. The last thing you would label a soldier is a hero. There is nothing heroic about blindly following immoral orders from a undeserved paycheck, especially when such orders involve the unnecessary murder of others!!! It’s people like you and your 'soldier' who are destructing our country, shame on you bitch! You’re lucky I didn’t slash your damn tires!! The person who wrote this letter is certainly entitled to their opinion. But that's not what should be the focus here. The issue is that a stranger left a note with a threat in it on a person's windshield who they presumably didn't know. Soldiers, and those who love them, are people too and do many things beyond serving our country. We all deserve respect. The author doesn't know Wilson's stance on anything -- all that is known is that she loves her soldier like the bumper sticker said. The person who penned this letter should instead take this anger and use it in a better way -- write to the President, start a blog -- but don't attack a stranger in the form of an unsigned cowardly note calling her a bitch and threatening to slash her tires. More from The Stir: Soldier's Disrespectful 'Selfie' Gets Her in Major Trouble Despite it all, Wilson told WTVM that while she is shocked someone would do this, she isn't mad. She respects those who have a different opinion than she does, and she wouldn't attack someone else over it. She has, however, removed the bumper sticker at the request of her fiance, which was probably a good idea, especially since this issue has gone to the media. She shouldn't be the target for anyone else's hate

Homosexual movement and Planned Parenthood push to pass radical bills targeting children. ^ | 07/30/2014 | n/a
This week ends the “formal sessions” of the Legislature for the year, wrapping up on midnight Thursday, July 31. Ther last formal House sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. (After that, we’re all basically safe until next year!) But as usual, special interests are pushing hard to get their favorite bills – especially ones that have been languishing -- pushed through before that deadline. There are two bills that pro-family forces have held off so far, but which the radical lobbies are now making a big last-minute effort to pass. It is very crucial to stop these! We need everyone’s help -– even if you don’t live in Massachusetts. Bill #1: H 3907 – Would ban therapy for youth on homosexual issues This is a terrible bill that the national homosexual movement has been attempting to pass around the country. It would ban counseling for youth under 18 concerning sexual-orientation or sexual-identity issues. This could cause horrific problems for innocent, vulnerable youth -- many of whom were molested or experienced some sort of sexual trauma and who need professional help to heal and properly cope. Children and teenagers who desperately want and need counseling would be denied it if this were to become law. You may recall back in June when MassResistance activists successfully derailed it when it was about to go to the House floor. Instead, it was dumped into the House Ways and Means Committee, which usually means it’s done for the year. But homosexual activists are lobbying the committee to get it out this week. As a result, the committee has told us that they’re considering bringing it back to life any day now. H 3793 – Planned Parenthood’s bill that would force homosexuality and abortion “education” into schools. Getting this passed is Planned Parenthood’s major goal for the year. They call it “An act relative to healthy youth.” It is just the opposite. Here is Planned Parenthood’s web page to help their people lobby for this. This bill would force all schools to teach sexuality, birth control, abortion issues, homosexual and transgender issues, and similar subjects, in grades K-12, according to the “Massachusetts comprehensive health framework” – a document written by radical activists for the Department of Education. Right now, using that document is only voluntary for schools. This law would make it mandatory. Even worse, this bill also re-writes – and waters down -- the current Parental Notification Law, which we worked so hard to pass back in 1995! This bill is also in the Ways and Means Committee, and could be brought back any day. Please call or email the Ways and Means Committee immediately! Everyone's help is needed! Please tell that Committee in no uncertain terms why those two bills – H3907 and H3793 -- must not go forward!! You can call the Ways and Means Committee at: 617-722-2990. You can also email the Chairman, Rep. Brian Dempsey, at We have been told that he reads all of his emails. Let's stop these!!!

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