Dem. Sen. to Obama: Fight for father, adopted son to 'marry'

Sunday, November 8, 2015
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Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

White House emblem (pink background)After adopting his adult homosexual partner as his legal son three years ago to save money on inheritance taxes in the future, Nino Esposito is seeking to dissolve the adoption in order to “marry” his “gay” lover.

In response to Esposito’s and Roland Bosee, Jr.’s attempt to “wed,” Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Lawrence J. O’Toole explained that he is only bestowed the power of state law to dissolve legal adoptions if fraud is involved in the matter.

Unsatisfied with the law and the result, Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) is now urging the pro-LGBT Obama Administration to override Judge Lawrence’s determination in his push for privileged homosexual rights in future cases, according to LifeSiteNews.com.

In a letter issued to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Obama White House, Casey urged them to intervene in the matter so that homosexuals across the nation would be able to adopt and un-adopt their partners so that they can marry and manipulate the inheritance tax system.

“[Please] issue guidance for courts around the country [concerning this issue to establish a national precedent for homosexuals] so that gay couples who have previously entered into adoptions can annul them in order to receive marriage licenses,” Casey pleaded in his letter. “The law has changed dramatically since the adoptions were first carried out.”

Beating tax system?

But the Pennsylvania court was well aware of the intent behind the adoption.

“Judge O'Toole noted in his ruling that the primary purpose of Esposito adopting Bosee was for money, to reduce the Pennsylvania inheritance tax payable upon the death of one of the men from 15 percent to 4 percent,” LifeSiteNews.com’s Mark Hodges noted, referring to an earlier report from CNN.

 "[T]he two men would now be in a parent-child relationship instead of a third party relationship," O’Toole explained in his decision to deny the request to renege the adoption of Bosee.

Further promoting the tax evasion, Casey coached President Barack Obama on what he needed to do to make sure that homosexual partners will have an easier time manipulating the system in the future — urging the president to point to former rulings to forward the pro-LGBT mission.

“Sen. Casey even told the president how to legalize the dissolving of gay adoptions,” Hodges continued. “His letter said the administration's ‘guidance’ could be based on decisions other judges have made that allow the dissolution of adoptions, and Casey noted a Bucks County judge who annulled a homosexual couple's adoption.”

Praise from homosexual activists

Casey’s aggressive appeal to champion LGBT rights was extolled by homosexual activists and pro-LGBT organizations across the nation.

"I love Senator Casey for taking a position," commented Helen Casale, a family law attorney representing the LGBTQ community who practices out of Norristown, Pennsylvania.

The pro-LGBT American Civil Liberties Union also stood behind Casey’s attempt to persuade new legal precedent over the matter.

"The ACLU is hopeful that the Superior Court will apply established legal principles to allow annulment of adoptions by same-sex couples who that [sic] they can finally partake of their constitutional right to marry," ACLU Pennsylvania Legal Director Witold Walczak expressed.

Will Obama help the LGBT community … again?

Paving a road for Obama that would essentially work as an extension of LGBT “rights,” Casey suggested that the president follow some of insider guidelines to navigate a way for the LGBT community to beat the tax system.

“[Because adoption law is a state prerogative, the White House] may have to be creative and devise a [response] that's respectful of a court's prerogatives," Casey recommended

It is expected that constitutional issues will be brought into the equation by the attorney general in an attempt to extend LGBT “protections” in the name of forwarding a modern “civil rights” movement. The arguments would be forwarded by Lynch either by filing a “statement of interest” or by the Obama administration filing a “friend of the court brief.”

“Either action would pressure judges by pointing out alleged constitutional protections at stake if homosexuals are not allowed to dissolve adoptions and lay out legal reasoning for dissolving gay adoptions,” Hodges pointed out.

It wasn’t until 2013 that Casey began championing the LGBT community, publicly supporting same-sex “marriage” when legislation to legalize the controversial union continued to rapidly sweep through the states.

“It’s the right thing to do,” Casey proclaimed in support of legalizing marriage for “gay” partners.

There has been a trend in the White House over the past two terms of inserting itself into legal battles on behalf of the LGBT community — a move that has been rare in previous presidencies.

Opinions over such legal matters have been issued for cases numerous times by the Obama administration, which is reportedly attempting to make a name for itself as a champion of a new so-called civil rights movement.

“[These opinions serve as an effort to] put the federal government on the record in cases that are at the forefront of civil rights law,” the Post-Gazette reported, quoting the New York Times.

Casey’s appeal to Obama for support on the issue will likely have an impact on the result of the impending decision to be rendered by the Pennsylvania Superior Court in the lawsuit filed by Esposito and Bosee.

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