Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Court Watch: Does McDonald's Support This Lesbian Attack on Family?

By Rick Pearcey

Will homosexualist ally McDonald's support a lesbian's attempt to separate mother and daughter? Does "Big Mac 'Social Responsibility'" mean inflicting this kind of family damage is OK?

Below is a CWA press release announcing a "Prayer Rally for Virginia Supreme Court" in support of "Parental Rights and Traditional Marriage."

The rally is tomorrow (Thursday, April 17) at 8 a.m., at the Old Bell Tower, SW corner of Capitol Square at 9th and Franklin in Richmond, Va. CWA says the event will be followed by a press conference.

Here's the press release:

Washington, D.C. — On Thursday, April 17, the Virginia Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Lisa Miller custody case. Concerned Women for America (CWA) and our supporters will be present to rally for prayer outside the capitol courthouse.

Lisa Miller is a born again Christian who is faithfully working to raise her child according to Biblical principles. Janet Jenkins, Lisa’s former partner from a previous homosexual relationship, has diligently worked to destroy this bond and undermine Lisa’s faith. Jenkins, who is neither an adoptive nor biological parent, filed papers to gain full custody of Isabella Miller, Lisa’s daughter. Since then, both Virginia and Vermont courts have ruled in the case.

The Virginia Supreme Court must decide whether it will respect the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Virginia’s own constitution or allow Vermont to redefine marriage and family in the Commonwealth. In 2006, Virginia decisively passed (with 57 percent of the vote) a constitutional amendment which was designed to protect families against just such an attack. The amendment specifies that Virginia “shall not create or recognize” “civil unions” or “same-sex marriages” from other states, nor can it recognize rulings which stem from such “unions” (like Vermont’s custody ruling).

Matt Barber, CWA’s Policy Director for Cultural Issues, said, “This case is of paramount national importance. Not only is a little girl’s spiritual, emotional and physical well-being at stake, the Virginia Supreme Court will essentially be signaling whether states like Vermont and Massachusetts get to radically redefine marriage and family for the rest of the country.”

CWA of Virginia State Director Janet Robey said, “We’re asking for people to join us in praying that the Virginia Supreme Court will protect little Isabella, her mother Lisa and the bedrock institutions of legitimate marriage and family. We’re also asking for people to join in praying, as little Isabella has requested, ‘that Janet Jenkins would ask Jesus into her heart,’ and then with God’s help, deliverance from homosexuality is possible.”

* For more information, contact Natalie Bell at 202-488-7000, ext 126.

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Rick Pearcey is editor and publisher of The Pearcey Report (articles).

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