Another homosexual-activist harrassment tactic: phone calls to private homes.
"Until my last breath I will fight people like you," he says, and "I was wondering when you're planning more trips to Auschwitz and Buchenwald death camps."
WORCESTER, MA (MAY 10, 2007) Last month a woman in North Brookfield decided to write a letter to the newspaper about the upcoming constitutional convention on the same-sex marriage amendment. What she didn't expect was to be terrorized by a bizarre phone call to her home by a homosexual activist. Read the letter and listen to the phone call (link below),
Her letter was published in the Worcester Telegram on Wednesday, April 25. It's pretty straightforward, not particularly unusual
Call lawmakers on marriage vote
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
I want to commend those legislators whom we know who have voted yes to the marriage amendment. These alone are the legislators who respect and realize that we the people have the constitutional right to define marriage. Others, like Rep. Anne M. Gobi, D-Spencer, unfortunately do not. On May 9, a vote must be taken. No more stalling. I plead with all my fellow citizens to contact your legislators before May 9 and urge them to vote on the marriage amendment that day when they come together.
Soon after the letter was published, she received two harrassing and intimidating message at her home from the same person. This person identified himself as being homosexual and married to his "partner." This campaign of harrassment by the homosexual community is becoming more common. They seem to believe that normal rules of behavior don't apply to them, and that "the means justifies the ends."
Here are the 2 phone calls she received:
Click here to listen to both phone calls
Their goal is -- and always has been -- to keep good people from ever speaking out through fear and intimidation.
At some point, we all have to decide we're not going to take this any longer.
(By the way, we spoke at length to Grace afterwards. She's NOT afraid! She's NOT letting this stop her pro-family activity in any way! Good for her! That's the kind of spirit we all need.)