9/25/12: Jerry Brown kills more children, now will he deny help to abused kids?

SAVECALIFORNIA.COM NEWS RELEASE

September 25, 2012 -- For Immediate Release

Jerry Brown Kills More Children, Now Will He Deny Help to Abused Kids?
SaveCalifornia.com decries Democrat bills targeting children and families

Sacramento, California -- A leading family-values organization, SaveCalifornia.com, is appalled that Governor Jerry Brown has ordered the killing of innocent children.

Over the weekend, Brown signed SB 623, which authorizes nurse practitioners, midwives and physician assistants to kill preborn babies via the torturous suction abortion method, which, by using a powerful vacuum, pulls apart babies in the womb, limb by limb.

"Has Jerry Brown decided that innocent children in the womb deserve the death penalty?" asked Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, which promotes moral virtues for the common good. "Baby doctors, fetal photographers, science and God Himself confirm these are little human beings who have done nothing wrong but are being hideously tortured to death, in a way that no convicted murderer suffers under capital punishment. And now, will Brown tell molested children, 'No help for you,' by prohibiting professional counseling for abused children who suffer from gender confusion?"

"Brown is sending parents and grandparents the message that he can't be trusted with their kids; that he will sacrifice principle for politics," Thomasson said. For example, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Brown implied his ultimate loyalty is to liberal special interests:

But he regards many of the bills lawmakers introduce -- more than 4,200 in the two-year legislative session that recently ended -- as an unwelcome sideshow to more urgent matters. He implied that he'd wield the veto pen more heavily but for the political relationships he needs to maintain.
-- 'Petty pace' of politics tempers Gov. Jerry Brown's big ideas, Los Angeles Times, Sept. 23, 2012

SaveCalifornia.com is urging Governor Jerry Brown to veto SB 1172, the unfair and tyrannical bill on his desk that would prohibit parents from acquiring professional, licensed counseling to help a molested son or daughter heal from the gender confusion that often results from childhood sexual abuse.

See our veto request letter.

See the study "Gender identity disorder in young people" which we also sent to Gov. Brown.

SaveCalifornia.com President Randy Thomasson has said the following about SB 1172:

"How dare these Democrat politicians deny essential care to children who've been raped or molested by a perpetrator. How dare the Democrats rob parents of their God-given right to pursue healing for their traumatized child. It is absolutely wrong to withhold emotional, mental, and physical help from a child who has been raped or molested, who, as a result of this physical, mental, and emotional exploitation, has become confused about his or her sexual identity. Loving parents have the moral obligation to seek and find the best counseling they can to help their abused child embrace the truth that heals and reject the lies that harm. SB 1172 is a disgusting abuse of government that destroys parental rights and damages the very souls of sexually abused children.

"The data show environmental factors shape gender-identity confusion, rather than biological factors, given the absence of a homosexual genome. The professional counseling that an abused child receives is often the key to the child's recovery and overall mental health. Intolerant of people's beliefs and unloving to abused children, SB 1172 would lock traumatized boys and girls into a state of sexual exploitation, prohibiting loving parents from acquiring and paying for professional counseling to help heal their hurting child's heart and mind."

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SaveCalifornia.com is a leading West Coast nonprofit, nonpartisan organization standing strong for moral virtues for the common good. We represent children and families in the areas of marriage and family, parental rights, the sanctity of human life, religious freedom, financial freedom, and back-to-basics education.