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October 7, 2007


Senator Goodguy, Independent, state of New Kendiana, is pleased to announce his
support of SORETRA! He is scheduled to give a news conference tomorrow, at 3:00 PM eastern, at the new Children's Justic facility in the state capitol buiding in Central City. Representatives will include many state and local officials who will offer their support to the Amendment.

October 2, 2007


Renowned television talk show host Grancy Nace announces her complete
support for SORETRA. Interviewing many victims right's advocates, politicians, and community supporters for increased punishment for sex offenders, Nace has graciiously offered her show as a major media platform for the ultimate community safety amendment.

Protecting America's Children

Our communities are in crisis!

Our country's greatest rescource are our children. Unfortunately, our country's greatest shame are the existence of those who destroy the lives of our precious recources. Sadly, many of these domestic terrorists, registered sex offenders, spend very little time incarcerated from society, either in jail or prison. Once they are released, they are free to destroy the lives of more children. We as citizens must do everything we can to prevent such destruction.

Introducing SORETRA: The Sex Offender Residency, Employment, and Technology Restriction Amendment to the United States Constitution

The Sex Offender Residency, Employment, and Technology Restriction Amendment to the United States Constitution, or SORETRA, is the complete, legal, and sane method for monitoring and controlling the registered sex offender population in the United States. No community should have to live with the underlying unease of the existence of convicted sex offenders whom are now living among our children and potential victims. In addition, SORETRA is constitutionally bound to legally divert convicted sex offenders from our communities, schools, and playgrounds to a highly monitored, secure zone where offenders can never threaten our children for the length of their registration requirement.

The Bottom Line

The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation, especially those of convicted, registered sex offenders.

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