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JUST IN: Florida Appeals Court says "NO" to homosexual "marriage" licenses in the state.

Voters to Florida Judge:
Dismiss Homosexual "Marriage" Lawsuit

Backlash against judicial corruption continues to grow! (see videos below)

MIAMI, FL -Today, the Christian Family Coalition (CFC) Florida announced that the Florida Democratic League (FDL), and People United to Lead the Struggle for Equality (PULSE), two parties in the homosexual so-called "marriage" lawsuit,  filed more than 6,000 signatures with Miami-Dade County Clerk Harvey Ruvin calling on Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel to dismiss the pending discriminatory lawsuit.
"In a nation of laws, no one can be above the law. What law gives Plaintiffs the right to arbitrarily,  declare a personal behavioral choice, be it sexual or otherwise, a constitutional “right,” and then file a sham lawsuit to force the rest of society to accept it as such?, said Florida Democratic League Chairman Dr. Eladio Jose Armesto. 
"Six days ago, Monroe Circuit Judge Luis Garcia shocked voters when he arrogantly trashed the votes of nearly 8 million Floridians. The backlash to that corrupt decision was so great that over the last six days more than 6,000 Miami-Dade residents  signed a letter to Judge Zabel calling on her to dismiss this discriminatory lawsuit", stated People United to Lead the Struggle for Equality (PULSE) Executive Director Nathaniel Wilcox.
"Undoubtedly, there is a growing backlash to the homosexual so-called 'marriage' lawsuit in Miami-Dade when 6,000 of those who elected Judge Zabel signed a letter in just days asking for the sham lawsuit's dismissal. This is evidence of the growing anti-corruption backlash taking place", concludes Anthony Verdugo, Founder and Executive Director, Christian Family Coalition (CFC) Florida.

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Official brief document
CFC members heavily approached by the media while bringing the petitions to the court.
Mr. Wilcox and Mr. Verdugo filing at court.