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Doris Haddock on Civil Rights


Don't hack up the Constitution with homophobic nonsense

She is against the war, for the troops, against special interest-driven politics (she isn't taking PAC donations), supports a woman's reproductive rights, opposes hacking up the Constitution with homophobic nonsense, and thinks we have plenty of money in our federal government that could be better used for schools and health care.
Source: Campaign website, grannyd.com, "Issues" Aug 13, 2004

Don't cooperate with police who bar peacable assembly

Let's stop agreeing to unreasonable police demands at our peace rallies. The police have a duty to provide for the public's safety, but that isn't just auto traffic. We are the public and we have a right to peaceably assemble and we don't need permits to do so. They are our streets and our parks. We must stand up for our Bill of Rights and use the peace movement as the crowd to do it. No more cooperation with any police departments who do not take seriously their sworn duty to uphold the Constitution.
Source: Speech at International Women's Day Peace March in DC Mar 8, 2003

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