Gay Man Being Deported Because Marriage Not Recognized

Cry me a River. First, we have to many “immigrants”, legal and illegal coming to this country. Here’s an idea: fix your own country, and stay there. We have enough problems in this country that we are dealing with.
From myfoxny.com:

Henry Velandia and Josh Vandiver married in Montville, Connecticut on August 29, 2010. Henry Velandia is in deportation proceedings because the Defense of Marriage Act prevents Josh Vandiver from sponsoring him for residency.

How much money are these proceedings costing tax payers?
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Liberals Pressure Schwarzenegger to Proclaim ‘Harvey Milk Day’

Oh my goodness, the gays in this country are a piece of work, I’ll tell ya what. Do they think the louder they scream “you must accept us, you must love our way of life, you must teach your kids about Homo sex”, that it will help their case to win over the hearts and minds of Americans? How has that been working for them so far?

From Newsmax ;

California Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger finds himself in the middle of America’s culture war.

Schwarzenegger will soon decide whether to sign legislation designating May 22 as “Harvey Milk Day.”

The day would honor the first openly gay person elected to U.S. public office.

But a coalition of conservative and outraged Christian groups claim that the commemoration is intended to promote the gay and lesbian life style in public schools.

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Girl Scouts exposed: Lessons in lesbianism

Folks, you have got to read “the rest of this story”, it’s a doosey.

From WND:

When many parents think of Girl Scouts, they imagine young girls in uniform selling Thin Mints and Tagalong cookies – not learning about stone labyrinths, world peace, global warming, yoga, avatars, smudging incense, Zen gardens and feminist, communist and lesbian role models.

But that’s exactly what many of 2.7 million Girl Scouts will learn about with a new curriculum called “Journeys” released last year.

Patti Garibay spent nearly two decades in Girl Scouts – six years as a girl member and 13 years as a volunteer. She was also a recruiter, camp coordinator and area delegate winning outstanding leader and volunteer in both councils in which she served. In Garibay’s words, she “bled green.”

But in 1993 when Girl Scouts USA decided to make God optional in its program at the national convention in Minneapolis, an idea known as “Proposal 3: Flexibility in Spiritual Wording,” Garibay chose to leave the organization.

Above is just the tip of this political iceberg.

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