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Help us Fight President Obama In Court

 



Dear Marriage Supporter,

As you know, President Obama is intent on remaking the fundamental nature of America, and now that he only has a few months left in his presidency, he's on a frenzied pace to advance his agenda. Having succeeded in redefining marriage in the law, he now wants to redefine humanity itself, changing us from being made male and female into beings whose gender is flexible and fluid, something that people have the power to adjust to suit their feelings. He's targeting children in public school with this approach.

This is an extremely dangerous ideology that has the potential of unleashing untold physical and psychological horror on the most vulnerable of our citizens, especially for confused children.

Some of our best medical and psychological experts strongly warn against pursuing the gender ideology being advanced by President Obama and his LGBT extremist allies. The American College of Pediatricians said several weeks ago that gender ideology harms children. They say that conditioning children into believing that a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is child abuse.

As he did with marriage, President Obama is not asking voters to support his dangerous agenda; instead, he is seeking to impose it through regulations and the courts. And that is where NOM is prepared to fight him — in court.

We are preparing legal briefs right now in several cases but we need your help to be effective. Please make a contribution of $15, $35, $50, $100 or $500 or more so that we can complete the legal briefs that are underway.

We have some of the nation's top legal experts in the country working on our briefs, and they believe we have an excellent chance of prevailing. You see, President Obama is simply making up a rationale to justify his extreme position on gender. Without any legal authority, Obama says that when Congress wrote anti-sex discrimination laws decades ago, they surely meant to include “gender identity” in the definition of sex. Of course, that is preposterous.

Even though we have a strong legal case, we can't take anything for granted. We need to make sure the strongest legal case possible is presented, and we need your financial assistance to complete the task.

I'm asking you to make a financial contribution of whatever you can afford so that our lawyers have the resources they need to be successful. Please consider a contribution of $25, $35, $50, $100, $250 or even $500. If you've been blessed with substantial resources, please consider a gift of $1,000, $2,500 or even $5,000.

We are still furious over the US Supreme Court's redefinition of marriage, an illegitimate and anti-constitutional ruling. It may take us years to reverse that ruling, and we will fight every day toward that objective.

But we don't have to have a years-long legal fight on gender identity. We can win a decisive victory in the next few months that will hold for a lifetime, or more. And a victory on gender could have the added benefit of energizing some of our supporters who have become demoralized over the direction of the courts, thus reinvigorating the fight to restore marriage.

Please act today with a generous financial contribution so that we have the resources we need to present the best legal case possible for the truth that we were made male and female, and that political correctness does not justify inflicting what amounts to child abuse on gender-confused children.

We're counting on your gift of $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500 or more to fight President Obama's dangerous gender ideology in court, where we are convinced we can secure a great victory.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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