Updated Urgent Request From Vaad

BMG Updated legislative_wmURGENT: The Vaad has just released the following updated urgent request: The bill to “redefine” the long-established meaning of conventional marriage is scheduled for a vote for tomorrow! The vote is expected to be very close. The following list are Senators who may be sitting on the fence. Please flood their offices with phone calls today. Sample Call: “I would like to express my deep opposition to the Redefining Marriage Bill. The Senator’s vote is critical in preserving the core family values America was built on”.
Senator James Beach (856) 489-3442

Senator Thomas H. Kean, Jr. (908) 232-3673, (908) 918-0414 (908) 232-2073

Senator Fred H. Madden, Jr. (856) 232-6700 (856) 401-3073

Senator Dana L. Redd (856) 225-9068

Senator Nicholas J. Sacco (201) 295-0200

Senator Stephen M. Sweeney (856) 251-9801

Senator Jim Whelan (609) 383-1388
Thank you

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  1. were i to come into a diffrent country say mexico
    and this issue was on the agenda in their govt to be voted on would we get involved? or would we say were only here for a visit its not our place to mix in and get involved.
    lets not forget we are guests here in the USA sooner(hopefully) or later we will be leaving this golus and go to our home in eretz yisroel.
    why mix into an issue that doesnt concern us?
    we live by the torah and shun such life styles as we know the torah expressly forbids it but why put our torah view on the rest of society who live by a diffrent set of laws and rules of coarse we see in general that what used to be taboo 20 or 30 years ago is now accepted
    if we live sheltered as we should w/o treifa media seeping into our homes and minds
    this issue shouldnt be of any concern any more then the just as the general decadence of society that we are/should be carful not to be influenced by

  2. I once saw it said of a certain politician that “every time he saw a crowd of people going somewhere he ran to the front and marched at the head”.

  3. I Have listened to the vaad and called the senators. Here is a transcript of my call. Hello my name is ….. Despite the fact that I have voted for you in the past regardless of your stance on social issues and will continue to support you as long as you keep the cash coming, it would still be nice if you oppose the bill.I think I made a big impact.

  4. If the passenger in the next seat over wants to drill a hole in his seat, how does this affect you? Brother, we are all in the same boat. If his seat goes down, so does ours!!

  5. k mr. all on the same boat …let me explain something to you …we are NOT on the same boat we are jewish we have a different set of morals …i promise if you were to meet a real live gay guy and sit there and talk to him youll notice that he is a pretty descent guy what he does is wrong but that doesnt make him bad …for the goyim it kinda makes sence to let people do their thang …but as jews it is assur so we dont do it thats the difference be firm in your beleifes and dont let outside influences get into your head …and the best way to do that is to not get into the outside influences head ..unless your gay there is nothing to worry about just chill out and instead of calling some sen. call someone who can actually make a difference like you know ..hashem …explain to him your concerns and i promise if there isnt supposed to be gay marriage then there wont be and if HE decides that your faith in him should be challanged then there might be …but for now just take it easy enjoy the good things in life

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