Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Gay supremacist EEOC nominees go before a lame duck Senate

From Public Advocate:

There is a critical vote in the Senate coming up this week!

The Homosexual Lobby is throwing their weight behind two of President Obama's nominees for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

And the U.S. Senate confirmation vote is our one chance to defeat them.

The wealthy Human Rights Campaign (HRC) fund just announced a full court press to support these two nominees in the lame duck Senate.

It's up to you and your Public Advocate to stop them.

You see, the EEOC is a dangerous tool for the Homosexual Agenda.

It was one of the first federal agencies to arbitrarily enforce the Homosexual Agenda without any legislative mandate from Congress.

P. David Lopez and Charlotte Burrows -- if confirmed in their nominations -- will use the commission to enforce even more privileged rights for homosexuals and transsexuals.

If the Homosexual Lobby can ever pass the Gay Bill of Special Rights into law, it will be the EEOC who is charged with enforcing it.

And President Obama's lame duck nominees will guarantee that it's enforced with extreme prejudice.

Tico Almeida, president of the radical group Freedom to Work, said that Lopez is "poised to benefit" the Homosexual Agenda as a member of the EEOC.

According to Mara Keisling of the National Center for Transgender Equality, it is "vital" for Burrows to be on the EEOC so they can force the Homosexual Agenda by bypassing Congress.

HRC's president Fred Sainz said that his group would do whatever it takes to "ensure the votes are there" to secure confirmation of these radical nominees.

Lopez and Burrows are bad for America and dangerous for Family Values.

With the Homosexual Lobby's crushing defeat in the 2014 mid-term elections, their best chance to get these nominees confirmed is right now during the lame duck session.

And they aren't wasting any time. The confirmation vote is expected to come up this week!

It's up to you and me to stop them.

Public Advocate made opposing Obama's radical nominations a priority this year in our U.S. Senate Candidates Survey.

Candidates were asked to take a pledge to oppose any nominee who supported the radical Homosexual Agenda.

However, Republican Senators John Cornyn (Texas), Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Lindsey Graham (SC) and even Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (KY) all refused to take this pledge.

So you and I cannot trust them to oppose these radical nominees now -- not without our encouragement.

Mitch McConnell especially is hoping to be the Senate Majority Leader when Republicans take control of the Senate next year.

We need to let Senator McConnell know that we expect him to stand up for American families right now by rallying his entire caucus against these nominees.

If Republicans and several Democrats all close ranks and stonewall these nominations, we will defeat them.

Please contact both of your U.S. Senators right now by Clicking here-- call, email or both!

Let them know that you expect them to fully oppose the confirmation of EEOC nominees P. David Lopez and Charlotte Burrows.

And then contact Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and let him know you expect him to do whatever it takes to rally Senate Republicans and defeat these nominations.

Please don't wait, we don't have a minute to lose.

For the Family,

President, Public Advocate of the U.S.

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Tegdyrb said...

What are these "life threatening consequences" of being homosexual?

Masculist Man said...

There is AIDS for one.

Tegdyrb said...

Let's look at aids for a moment. It is an STI or sexually transmitted infection (or at leas HIV is). Nowadays it is more manageable than it once was. Now I am assuming that you think aids is a gay disease because of it's prevalence in the homosexual society between homosexual men (Although it is far less common than it used to be). I need to stress that it is NOT only part of the gay community, it IS a part of the strait community and community at large. There are two reasons for it being more prevalent in the gay community and they are both related to anal sex
(not very prevalent in the lesbian community).
1. The anus is slightly more prone to tear in the process of sex and this can increase the risk of infection.
2. For a long time, people weren't that worried about STIs and, thus, condoms were mainly used to stop pregnancy. In forms of sex that could not result in a child they were (and are) often ignored.
What is needed is inclusive sexual education and easier access to contraception. denying gay people these rights is not going to help the next generation healthier.

Strait people can get HIV, which can lead to AIDS, from heterosexual sex. Acting like this is a gay problem is ridiculous.

All these problems would be seriously helped if better sexual education was introduced in many parts of america. Places with abstinence-only sexual education have higher rates of STIs and teenage pregnancies. Easier access will help stop these problems. Trying to pretend that homosexuality doesn't exist will make them worse.

Homosexuality exists and people will continue to have homosexual sex and BUTT SEX, as well as all kinds of other things, weather you like it or not. If health was actually what you cared about, you'd be encouraging inclusive sex ed, not trying to get schools to pretend that homosexuality doesn't exist.

Tegdyrb said...

These life threatening consequences...they do exist. Gay kids are often treated horribly by ignorant people in their society. There are often high rates of violence against the homosexual community and high rates of suicide.
The biggest threat to their lives, is other people's ignorance and hatred.

Masculist Man said...

Ever hear about Jesse Dirkhising? This is the work of the rainbow mafia. You're coming here and giving me this "we want equality" crap when all the time the rainbow mafia is not out for equality but supremacy. I've seen how gays and lesbians have assisted the feminist community and now you are trying to take over the Men's Rights Movement. Ain't going to happen. Not on my watch.

Anonymous said...

The issue of homosexual marriage has what exactly to do with the men's rights movement? I mean allowing gay people to get married would allow men the right to get married to each other but really not that relevant.

You have ignored literally everything I just said. I genuinely wanted to know what you thought and understand why you thought it. Thus far you haven't really displayed much knowledge on the topic at all.

The case of Jesse was a case of statutory rape and horrible crimes against a child. This is totally dissimilar to the gay community trying to win the right to get married.

How does wanting to be able to go to school, get married, express your love for a partner without being discriminated against (all things that straight men and women can enjoy), equate to wanting supremacy?

Also I'm not actually gay. I just think the people who are should have the same rights of straight people.

Is it so hard to believe that somebody who has these rights could still believe that they shouldn't be denied to other people?


Masculist Man said...

When it comes to gay rights it is about superior rights not equal rights. The rainbow mafia pushes supremacy not equality.