Former Rep. Fortney Stark

Democrat  •  California 20 Terms  •  Sworn In 1973
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fortermlimits 08/16/2009 6:58pm

Rep. Fortney Stark needs to voted out!! Come on, he has served 19 terms. How much more of our money do you want him to spend? Californians, I implore you please vote against this man in 2010.

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DOUGLASFIELD 04/30/2010 2:22pm

DEAR CONGRESSMAN FORTNEY STARK,

~ SHOULD POORER AMERICANS HAVE FAITH THAT OUR U.S. SUPREME COURT IS WELL AWARE THAT AMERICAN PESTIGE INTERNATIONALLY IS VERY MUCH BASED ON HOW WELL WE TREAT OUR OWN CITIZENS~

  • U.S. SUPREME COURT TO THE RESCUE OF MIDDLE~CLASS AND WORKING POOR AMERICANS OR IS THIS JUST ANOTHER BAD DREAM THAT REAL JUSTICE WILL ONLY CONTINUE TO NOT BE AFFORDED US LITTLE PEOPLE HERE IN THE WEALTHIEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD ??
  • MIDDLE~CLASS AND WORKING POOR RELIGIOUS AMERICANS REST OUR CASE AGAINST GOVERNOR RICK PERRY OF TEXAS & SATAN ~ YOUR U.S. SUPREME COURT HONOR’S !!!
  • CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN OTHER THEN SATAN HOW TEXAS GOVERNOR RICK PERRY ON ONE HAND PARDONS FORMER TEXAS INMATE TIMOTHY COLE WHO WAS WRONGFULLY EXECUTED WITHOUT BEING ALLOWED TO EXONERATE HIMSELF USING DNA TESTING IN TEXAS,AND WITHIN THE SAME MONTH THIS SAME GOVERNOR RICK PERRY OF TEXAS DENIES YET ANOTHER DNA TEST PRIOR ANOTHER POSSIBLE WRONGFUL EXECUTION OF HANK SKINNER ???
zaman 02/12/2008 12:28pm

Re: H.R. 5056
It is important to have diplomatic relations with Iran but the persecution of the Bahá’ís needs to addressed up front and resolved. Iran is practicing segregation or apartheid but unlike most forms of segregation or apartheid the Bahá’ís don’t just have unequal rights they don’t have any rights at all.

Here is a quote from the attached linked article.

“While the Baha’i faith, founded on notions of equality and humanitarianism, originated in what would become the Islamic Republic of Iran, members of the religious community have faced persecution since the republic’s establishment under the Islamic constitution of 1979.
According to the Iranian government, the Baha’i population represents a political sect, not a religious community, and is consequently regarded as apostate. Although the rights of certain minority groups, such as Christians and Zoroastrians, are explicitly protected under the constitution of the Islamic republic, the Baha’i population, estimated by the U.S. Department of State to be approximately 300,000-350,000 of the majority Muslim population, enjoys no rights.
The unprotected status of the Bahá’ís facilitates discrimination without justification within the Iranian legal system. Courts in Iran have denied Bahá’ís the right of redress or protection against assault, killings, or other forms of persecution. These courts have established that Iranian citizens who kill or injure Bahá’ís are not liable for damages because their victims are “unprotected infidels”

http://www.metimes.com/International/2008/02/11/dire_situation_for_irans_bahais/2651/

KingAdrock 02/14/2011 4:35pm

Pete Stark sponsored bill S.89.IS, known as the “Universal National Service Act of 2003”.

A bill meant to re-instate the draft.

The bill states that it is: “To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, ]including women[, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.” Men and women would serve, and there are no exemptions. You could be yanked right out of college to die in Iraq.

Don’t you want to vote for this guy now?

stidmatt 09/14/2011 1:35am
in reply to KingAdrock Feb 14, 2011 4:35pm

It doesn’t have to be military service, it could be Americorps building infrastructure here at home, learning skills, or overseas with the Peace Corps building relations with other nations.


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