Tuesday, May 29, 2007

California GOP Leadership Sabatoges Traditional Family Values -- Part 2 in the Series: Dark Political Covenents In California

Part 2 In The Series:
Dark Political Covenents In California

California State Republican Leadership
Sabatoges Traditional Family Values:

GOP Votes For Gay Senate Bill SB105
and Silence On Gay Indoctrination Bill SB777
Demonstrating Continued GOP Political Suicide.

Evidence Mounting California State GOP Is Being
Hijacked By Closeted Homosexual Group
Photograph (c) 2007 Gay and Lesbian Times
(R-L) Rev. Tony Freeman, Carl DeMaio (center) and
Tom Hebrank in transvesite Nicole Murray Ramirez's
May 17th column in the Gay and Lesbian Times. DeMaio,
a Republican, recently announced he is homosexual,
and indicated he may seek to replace Brian Maienschein
on the San Diego City Council, District Five.

(JHReport) Some are calling it ourageous. One leading Republican activist has even called it pathetic. They are referring to the passage of California Senate Bill SB777, which will require all California school children as young as kindergarten to learn about and support transsexuality, bisexuality and homosexuality. Sponsored by San Francisco lesbian Senator Carole Migden, this communist-style bill passed the state senate Thursday on a 23-13 party-line vote. However, there is one other aspect of the SB777 final floor vote that is sparking even more anger among GOP conservatives than the vote itself. That aspect is the fact that not even one Republican state senator verbally opposed the bill during the final floor vote.

Chuck Stout, a long-time financial supporter of San Diego Republican candidates called SB777, "a NAMBLA-style piece of legislation." NAMBLA is an organization devoted to the legalization of child molestation. Stout told the James Hartline Report that California's Republican state senators have reached their lowest moral point when they refused to voice any opposition to the bill during the final floor vote. Throughout California, Republican conservatives like Chuck Stout are concerned that the state's GOP leadership has set out on a course of caving in to homosexual lobbyists and their campaign to legalize same-sex marriages.

Anger over the realization that no Republican state senator stood up to oppose SB777 prior to the final floor vote was growing around the state over the weekend. Randy Thomasson, President and Founder of Campaign for Children and Families, issued a press release in response to the senate passage of SB777. Thomasson's press release stated:

"Sadly, no Republican senator rose to speak against SB777. After this non-debate,
the school indoctrination bill passed the Democrat-controlled Senate by three votes,
23 - 13 (20 votes were required for passage). Republican Senator Tom Harman
abstained and Republican Senator Jim Batten was absent."

Voter outrage over the passage of SB777, as well as Republican Senatorial apathy, cannot be overstated. Families may now be forced to turn their children over to California schools where they will be indoctrinated into all aspects of homosexuality and lesbianism from the time that they enter kindergarten. Silence from the state's GOP senate caucus will cast a very dark shadow over any credibility that the California Republican Party has when it comes to protecting children from the predatory advocates of California's radicalized homosexual movement.

One confidential source has told the James Hartline Report that there is a concerted effort underway within certain influential California Republican circles to neuter the GOP's existing opposition to homosexuality and make it a non-factor in all upcoming elections. According to the source, the plan to silence elected Republican legislators on homosexual issues began to be implemented at the same time that Ron Nehring took over as the new California State Republican Party Chairman. Some are surmising that politicians may become fearul that party endorsements and money could be withheld if they speak out against homosexuality.

A 2005 James Hartline Report detailed how a group called the Republican Unity Coalition (RUC) was working to force acceptance of homosexuality within the Republican Party (www.earstohear.net/Separation/ruc.html). The JHReport revealed that one of the original orchestrators of the pro-homosexual RUC was Grover Norquist, an extremist, anti-christian GOP lobbyist. Prior to 2007, Ron Nehring had been working for Grover Norquist's group, Americans for Tax Reform. In 2005, Norquist angered conservatives throughout the country when he participated in a fundraiser for the radical homosexual group, the Log Cabin Republicans - Dallas Chapter (www.cnsnews.com/ViewCulture.asp?Page=\Culture\archive\200510\CUL20051019a.html).

During his previous stint as the San Diego County GOP Chairman, Ron Nehring earned a notorious reputation for being hostile to Christian Conservatives and was perceived to be extremely interested in promoting homosexuality within the local GOP. Under Nehring's watch, the county Republican Party paid homosexual Democrat Ray Drew $27,000 for consulting (www.sdreader.com/php/cityshow.php?id=C072805B). In 2005, Nehring helped to orchestrate a San Diego GOP endorsement for pro-homosexual millionaire Steve Francis in his losing bid to replace resigned San Diego Mayor Dick Murphy. During the mayoral campaign, Francis spoke at the local San Diego Gay and Lesbian Center where he revealed that he supported gay civil unions (www.gaylesbiantimes.com/?id=5421&issue=916).

Nehring was so involved in the failed Francis campaign that noted San Diego Union Tribune columnist Carl Luna stated:

"My discussion of the machinations of the local GOP coronation of Steve Francis
last week drew the ire of local Republican chairman Ron Nehring, whom I identified
as something of a would-be political king-maker in the Francis campaign."

In direct opposition to the will of the state's Conservative Christian movement, the GOP's county chairpersons recently elected Ron Nehring as the new California state Republican Chairman. Equally frustrating for San Diego voters who overwhelmingly rejected Steve Francis' 2005 bid for mayor, is the realization that he has now been brought in to join Nehring as the new California Republican state finance chairman.

Perhaps the most telling sign that Ron Nehring is perceived to be spreading the acceptance of homosexuality within the Republican Party was seen in a 2005 meeting of the radicalized homosexual group, the San Diego Log Cabin Republicans. According to the Gay and Lesbian Times, San Diego County Republican first vice-chairman Michael McSweeney told the San Diego Log Cabin Republicans at that 2005 meeting that the homosexual community had “great untapped potential” and insisted the community’s voice was both welcomed and needed within the Republican Party (www.gaylesbiantimes.com/?id=4714).

McSweeney, a last-minute replacement for scheduled speaker Chairman Nehring, contended that the Republicans did an “abysmal” PR job within the gay and lesbian community and that far-right stereotypes of the party would only be overturned by the inclusion of groups such as gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people. McSweeney concluded that if a gay candidate could successfully campaign and be elected for the Republican Party, “I can guarantee that this party will be all over them” with support.

- Twisted Morals and The Self-Destruction Of The California GOP -

With so few homosexual activists actually voting Republican in California, why would the state GOP leadership destroy their relationship with millions of Christian Conservative voters just to embrace homosexuality? A recent article on the gay news website 365gay.com revealed that homosexuals working within the Log Cabin Republicans are involved in an aggressive campaign to pressure Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to sign a gay marriage bill in 2007 (www.365gay.com/Newscon07/01/011507arnold.htm).

Many Republican insiders believe that there is a network of closeted homosexual activists working within the state GOP with the intent of dismantling the influence of the party's Christian Conservative majority. Their main goal: destroying biblically-based definitions of morality. If there was any doubt about the accuracy of such claims, than those doubts should be dispelled by another recent California State Senate vote for Senate Bill SB105.

Unbelievably, 13 of 15 California Republican senators violated their own party's official platform and voted for this homosexual bill. Many long term GOP activists believe that this is just the beginning of a terrible moral decline under the new leadership of the Nehring-Francis team. Included among the Republicans supporting this gay-friendly bill was State Senator Mark Wyland. Wyland recently told Christian Conservative talk show host James L. Lambert that he opposes the homosexual agenda. Yet, two weeks after appearing on Lambert's television program, Wyland did an about-face when he voted for SB105.

This was not Wyland's first forray into supporting the pro-homosexual agenda. Wyland played a major role in pushing forward the campaign of pro-gay San Diego mayoral candidate Steve Francis in 2005 (www.coronadocommunications.com/samples/francis-biography.pdf).

- Something Twisted Is Blowing In The Wind Of San Diego's GOP -

Something twisted is certainly happening in the Republican bastion of San Diego County. While Christian Conservatives are clearly the majority voter base in San Diego, the local GOP under Ron Nehring and his replacement, Tony Krvaric, has seen a trend towards supporting homosexual candidates even though it is driving away traditional Republican voters. There is even growing evidence that the party may run at least two gay males in the 2008 San Diego city council races.

One wealthy Republican donor has told the James Hartline Report that he absolutely refuses to violate his religious beliefs by supporting any Republican candidate who is involved in homosexuality. That being the case, then both Carl DeMaio and Tom Hebrank will be extremely problematic for this long time GOP donor. In fact, DeMaio and Hebrank will find it difficult garnering support from any conservative Republicans in the upcoming 2008 San Diego City Council races should they decide to run.

In the April, 2007 edition of San Diego Magazine, Carl DeMaio revealed that he has been living a closeted homosexual life. DeMaio is among a growing cadre of sexual liberals who have mysteriously moved to San Diego County in recent years and created a controlling interest in the local Republican Party. Many conservatives are confused as to why leaders in the party who claim to be members of churches will not show any backbone when it comes to standing up to the homosexualization of the local GOP? Who was guarding the San Diego GOP chicken coop when these foreign gay wolves came in to feed?

DeMaio's move to San Diego is seen as a more dangerous one for local Christian Conservatives. Having only lived in San Diego County for five years, DeMaio is already contemplating a run for the San Diego City Council (www.gaylesbiantimes.com/?id=9561&issue=1007). DeMaio's example follows on the heels of Ron Nehring, Tony Krvaric, lesbian District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and others who are not from California, but have moved into San Diego and abruptly been given enormous authority within the local Republican Party. With no local roots, voters have had no way of really knowing any of these people or what their real agendas are.

More problematic than DeMaio's previously closeted homosexual activities is the perceived deception he has presented when claiming to have answers for resolving the city's current financial scandals. In a disturbing display of anti-christian biogotry and arrogance, DeMaio had this to say during the recent San Diego Magazine interview:

TB (San Diego Magazine): Do you have some particular issue there?
CD (Carl DeMaio): The fact that I’m gay, I suppose. But at the end of the day, I don't think it's very relevant when you consider all the things that are really important to voters. We have the city’s greatest financial crisis ever. We have city services being cut in our neighborhoods. Our leaders breaking the public trust by violating the law.
TB: You wouldn’t be our first gay councilmember.
CD: True. And even though it may be uncomfortable for me——coming out, being honest with the people——I think that’s what people want. It certainly hasn’t been relevant in the past five years, as we’ve sought to bring the city’s problems to public light, although some of the folks we were shining a light on did put pressure on us in regard to my personal life——in an effort to get us to back off. We didn’t."

In a recent edition of the Gay and Lesbian Times, DeMaio presented an even more disturbing picture of himself. In a photograph published in transvestite Nicole Murray Ramirez's column, DeMaio can be seen with "Reverend" Tony Freeman and another homosexual Republican, Tom Hebrank. Freeman is a leader with the homosexual "religious" group, the Metropolitan Community "Church" (www.gaylesbiantimes.com/?id=9801&issue=1012).

According to San Diego News Notes, a local Catholic newspaper, the Metropolitan Community Church has a notorious reputation for supporting gay marriage and for holding educational events on fisting for beginners (where men insert their fists into the rectums of other men) and S & M leather sex whipping events (www.sdnewsnotes.com/ed/notes/0400note.htm). The fact that Carl DeMaio is being photographed with an individual who is involved with this kind of "church", really demonstrates just how much the local GOP's agenda is being scraped from the bottom of the barrel.

The other individual in the photograph with Freeman and DeMaio is Tom Hebrank, a local homosexual Republican. According to a February, 2007 report in the Gay and Lesbian Times, Hebrank is being urged by some Republicans to run for the San Diego City Council. Along with the potential candidacy of pro-homosexual Republican Phil Thalheimer in Council District One, there is the potential that Republicans could help create a city council completely controlled by politicians who support the homosexual movement (www.gaylesbiantimes.com/?id=9141&issue=997). While those practicing homosexuality and lesbianism make up a paltry 3% of the city's population, why would the local Republican Party leadership want to push for such a dominant homosexual force on the city council? There can only be one answer: closeted homosexual powerbrokers are giving marching orders to a spineless local GOP.

Tom Hebrank was recently elected president of the problematic San Diego City Employees' Retirement System (SDCERS) Board of Administration. While some may praise Hebrank for his financial knowledge, it his disturbing statements on issues like gay marriage that cause others to question his moral foundation. In a 2004 letter published in the San Diego Union Tribune, Hebrank revealed how devoted he is to radicalized homosexuality:

"I am not hiding anything by not wearing dresses, not parading ridiculously through the streets, etc. That is not who I am. People accept me for who I am and do not feel threatened by me. I am "Tom, who happens to be gay," rather than "gay Tom." Of course, in the eyes of many in the gay community, this means I am "selling out." Perhaps if more responsible gay people were to come forward and fight for leadership within the gay community, we would find that acceptance of things like gay marriage would not be nearly so threatening to the mainstream. Of course, based on the image we generally choose to project, who could blame the majority of people for not embracing or accepting us and our causes?"

- Will San Diego's Christian Conservatives Save Their City? -

In 2005, over 75% of San Diegans voted to save the cross that sits atop the Mt. Soledad Veteran's War Memorial. In San Diego County, over 1,700 churches represent 2/3 of all San Diegans. San Diego is crying out for moral leadership. It is clear that the leadership within both major political parties have created an elitist fortress of sexual proclivities where the moral will of the voters is not recognized or honored. San Diego's political powerbrokers are determined to establish a local manifestation of the globalist sexuality movement despite the fact that a vast majority of San Diego's registered Republicans are Christian Conservatives opposed to homosexuality.

History will not look kindly on the current disrespect that the San Diego GOP leadership has shown for the moral demands of its members. Even more distasteful will be the chronicled disrespect that the local GOP's homosexual minority has demonstrated towards the great sacrifices that San Diego's founding fathers made to establish their city. Imagine how Father Junipero Serra would have viewed the sexual behaviors of Carl DeMaio, Tom Hebrank, Bonnie Dumanis, Mike German and Ralph Denney. Father Serra certainly did not give his life to establish San Diego's first Catholic mission in 1769 so that San Diego would become a place that honors sodomy, lesbianism and abortion in 2007.

The San Diego Historical Society records this about Father Junipero Serra:

(www.sandiegohistory.org/bio/serra/serra.htm) When Father Serra founded the first of California's missions in San Diego, he was 56 years old. He had asthma and a chronic sore on his leg that troubled him for the rest of his life. Serra himself established nine missions, with a total of twenty-one missions eventually being established along the El Camino Real, from San Diego to Sonoma, a distance of 700 miles. On August 28, 1784, at the age of 70 and after traveling 24,000 miles, Father Junipero Serra died at Mission San Carlos Borromeo and is buried there under the sanctuary floor.

Christian activist and registered Republican James Hartline refuses to bow to the political pressure being exerted by the small group of homosexual activists within the San Diego GOP. San Diegans are desperately searching for men and women of great moral courage who will rise up and stand firmly on moral principle without betraying the Christian faith that oftentimes is hidden at election time. Hartline states, "Christians are looking for political leaders who have backbone and who demonstrate a desire to lead with strong moral convictions. The current Republican leaders who claim to be members of churches and yet, give into the immorality of the homosexual movement, are not leading at all. Rather, these weak political voices are really allowing the Republican Party to be politically effeminized and morally neutered."

This Article is Part 2 in the series: Dark Political Covenents In California.
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KC said...

There is no difference between a demopublican and a republicrat.......No one should be surprised, and everyone suddenly becomes gay because it is TRE' Chic. (The cool thing to do at the moment...Unfortunately they will all die of some disease)

Anonymous said...

This is total Stupid. We have recalled a Former California Leader. Maybe it's time to Start to Recall all California Political Leaders that do not represent the Mass Majority of the Voters. Starting with the City Council straight to the Top Leader of California. This isn't "Hollywood" or "San Francisco"