|Corrupt Appeals Judges VIOLATE Oath of Office, Irrationally Attack Law Protectng Children! Florida Voters: Lawless Judges Must Be Impeached!|
|MIAMI 09/22/2010 - The protection of abandoned and orphaned children from adoption by homosexuals is a matter of settled law reiterated by U.S. District Judge Lawrence King, in his August 2001 unequivocal ruling that there is no fundamental right to adopt or be adopted, so "there can be no fundamental right to apply for adoption."|
However, today, corrupt judges on a Third District Court of Appeals panel, Gerald B. Cope Jr., Frank A. Shepherd and Vance E. Salter, intentionally usurped the authority of the Florida State legislature and Florida voters by behaving as if they were "gods" and undemocratically imposing their warped prejudices and personal whims on 18 million Floridians.
"This is a terrible, senseless blow against human rights, social justice and the children in Florida's troubled foster-care system'', states Anthony Verdugo, Founder and Executive Director, Christian Family Coalition. "Voters are already asking us about a way to impeach these lawless judges from the bench", adds Verdugo.
Under both the U.S. and Florida Constitution, adoption is a privilege and not a right and, as such, the state may make classifications in the adoption arena that may be constitutionally suspect in other areas. The decision to adopt a child is not a private decision but a public act. In the prior federal court of appeals case, the Lofton court upheld the law and in finding that the Florida legislature had "a legitimate interest in encouraging a stable and nurturing environment for the education and socialization of its adopted children... seeking to place the children in homes that have both a mother and father." Common sense and human history underscore the fact that children need a mother and a father.
This follows similar decisions by Miami-Dade Circuit judges Cindy Lederman and Mari Sampedro-Iglesia are in open contempt of the law and have egregiously violated time-tested constitutional principles by legislating from the bench in their respective adoption cases. Under Florida's Constitution, if the good people of Florida want to change the state's adoption law or any law, the State Legislature, not an arrogant judge, is the only one that can do so.
|Category: Homosexual Agenda|
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