Tell Congress to Vote No on Equal Rights Amendment Resolution

 

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

Isaiah 5:20 — King James Version

 

The push for the improperly named Equal Right Amendment has NOTHING to do with equality. It has everything to do with promoting evil and establishing immorality and perversion, as well as MORE murder of America’s children into law.

Instead of incorrectly calling it an Equal Rights Amendment it ought to be aptly called what it REALLY is — the Evil’s Right of Way Amendment.

Was a time, oh, for thousands of years, and the past 270 years or so  in America that laws were written and put into effect in an attempt to preserve and promote MORALITY, what was and is RIGHT behaviors, ways to live and think.

Now? Now laws are being created, composed and put into law promoting and establishing immorality and what is wrong as law!

Think long and deeply on this fact.

The ERA Amendment has absolutely NOTHING to do with civil rights, God given rights. NOTHING to do with equality. Do not be deceived. It has everything to do with giving evil a right of way by law to be elevated and promoted.

And a consequence of this? Anyone coming out in opposition to this giving evil its right of way by law in society will be branded a lawbreaker. The perverse reality is if this and similar lawless, immoral beliefs become law? Those standing for morality, for the laws that have existed, those who stand for what is right, those who stand for what is cotained within the Scriptures will be considered criminals in the sight of these evil laws being installed.

And those standing for morality, for the Word of God, for the foundations, for the truth will be harshly dealt with. Fines, incarceration and perhaps worse.

Think long and deeply on these most serious matters dear ones.

Do not be deceived. Do not be misled. Do not stray from the truth of the Scriptures. Do not fall prey in weakness, confusion, all the noise to evil and its cunning, appearing beautiful, just and oh so right wrong ways.

Also, do not stand on the sidelines as a spectator in this escalating never ceasing spiritual war everyone is in. Every one serves on one side or the other. No one will have excuse at some point on down the road…

Think long and deeply on that as well dear ones.

 

Ken Pullen

ACP — A Crooked Path

Friday, February 14th, 2020

 

Tell Congress to Vote No on Equal Rights Amendment Resolution

 

Thursday, February 13, 2020

By Rob Chambers

Reprinted from: American Family Association

 

 

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote Thursday on a resolution, H.J.Res.79, to remove the June 30, 1982 deadline for state legislatures to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Obviously, the deadline has expired, but this isn’t preventing members of Congress, primarily Democrats, from attempting to remove the deadline and advance pro-abortion and pro-transgender rights enshrined in the ERA.

Pro-abortion activist group NARAL Pro-Choice America supports the ERA resolution stating, “With its ratification, the ERA would reinforce the constitutional right to abortion by clarifying that the sexes have equal rights, which would require judges to strike down anti-abortion laws because they violate both the constitutional right to privacy and sexual equality.”

Contact and urge your member of Congress to vote no on the ERA resolution.

The ERA was a proposed constitutional amendment introduced and passed by the House (1971) and the Senate (1972). Originally, the ERA would have to be ratified by 38 state legislatures prior to the original deadline of March 22, 1979. But proponents of the ERA realized it would not be ratified by the necessary 38 state legislatures by that deadline.

Therefore, pro-ERA advocates pressured Congress in 1978 to extend the ratification deadline to June 30, 1982. Now, the House is wanting to pass H.J.Res.79 to eliminate the deadline.

If the House passes the resolution, it will face a near certain death in the Senate. That’s not the only hurdle congressional Democrats are facing in their attempt to remove the current 1982 deadline. First, there’s the legal challenge. The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Office of Legal Counsel issued the following opinion on January 6, 2020:

The ERA Resolution has expired and is no longer pending before the States. Even if one or more state legislatures were to ratify the 1972 proposal, that action would not complete the ratification of the amendment, and the ERA’s adoption could not be certified under 1 U.S.C. § 106b. In addition, we conclude that when Congress uses a proposing clause to impose a deadline on the States’ ratification of a proposed constitutional amendment, that deadline is binding and Congress may not revive the proposal after the deadline’s expiration.

The other challenge would be in the U.S. Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a liberal on the court and a supporter of the ERA, recently indicated the clock has run out on ratifying the ERA. In reference to the state of Virginia’s recent vote to ratify the ERA, Ginsburg said, “I would like to see a new beginning. I’d like it to start over. There’s too much controversy about late comers.” She then referred to Virginia’s move coming “long after the deadline passed.” Justice Ginsburg’s comments follow and bolster the DOJ opinion against changing the ERA deadline.

Regardless of the hurdles the ERA will face, it’s important you contact and urge your representative to vote against removing the deadline for ratifying the ERA.