March 11, 2010

How Can Animal Rights Outweigh This?

Voting closes on March 12, 2010

This idea - to return the right to their Original Birth Certificates
to Adult Adoptees - has been around for a long time; but, at one time
it wasn't even an issue and in other countries the idea of falsifying
a legal document such as a Birth Certificate is totally unheard of.

Some folks have commented that they have more accurate information on
their dog's registration papers than adoptees have on their "amended"
birth certificates. .. how very true! Falsifying a dog's registration
papers is a punishable act, but falsifying a human's birth certificate
is not only done but condoned by the government. With all we know about
genetics how can we even
entertain the idea that it's "ok" to deny someone their personal
heritage?

The original competition had 2500 ideas and ours made it into the top
60 to compete in the final round.

At one point we were in 4th place and then started dropping.
Yesterday morning (3-8-2010) we were in 12th place - for the first
time we are out of the Top Ten. Right now both "Legalizing Marijuana"
and "Animal Rights" have more votes than restoring the right
6 million Americans their original birth certificates, identity,
genealogic and medical histories. It makes me wonder about the true
value of humanity in our nation.

Our idea needs (NEEDS) to be in the top 10 to be presented in
Washington DC. Please vote for equal rights for everyone.

http://tinyurl.com/Equal-Access-4-All

Thank you ALL!

6 comments:

Amanda said...

So true Peach!!

It was Animal Rights laws that created the first conviction for child abuse! Indeed, once upon a time in our country, it was a punishable act to harm livestock but you could harm your children all you wanted. It's so sad to see these screwed up priorities rearing their ugly heads.

Von said...

Time to get it right once and for all.

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The Improper Adoptee said...

I have to disagree. Animal rights AND Adoptee rights should be equal.

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Anonymous said...

I don't see how supporting animal rights makes my priorities screwed up. I think children AND animal's rights are important.