Saturday, November 28, 2015

Gays don't deserve special rights



From Public Advocate:

Ally. Hero. Icon.

Those are the words pro-Homosexual "Out" magazine used to describe President Obama on their cover photo of him.

The anti-Family magazine named him their "Ally of the Year" after he became the first sitting president to endorse homosexual "marriage".

Obama took a victory lap in his interview taking credit for every pro-homosexual "achievement" from repealing "don't ask, don't tell" to nominating the first openly gay military branch leader.

The homosexual magazine thanked him for nominating the Homosexual Lobby's two picks for U.S. Supreme Court justices during his tenure.

Theirs were the deciding votes to strike down state laws defending Real Marriage earlier this spring.

Obama didn't waste any more time celebrating past achievements with the magazine.

Shortly after his pro-Homosexual glamour shoot and interview, he called on Congress to immediately pass the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

And the radical Homosexual Lobby wasted no time in pressuring Congressmen to pass the dangerous Gay Bill of Special Rights.

Passage of this bill would virtually destroy Religious Liberty.

I'm worried.

Obama is about to enter the final year of his presidency.

He's seeking to spike the ball and give the radical Homosexual Lobby their crown jewel -- signing the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

The radical Homosexual Lobby is already stuffing their coffers with large donations from homosexual billionaires like Tim Gill and their celebrity accomplices.

I'm afraid House Speaker Paul Ryan -- who already voted for the Gay Bill of Special Rights in the past -- and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will be all too eager to compromise in an election year.

The Homosexual Lobby will promise them expanded majorities in exchange for passing the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

We can't count on weak-kneed Republican leadership to stop the dangerous effects of the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

Employers would be forced to hire and prevented from firing anyone who claims to be a member of this new protected class of homosexuals, bisexuals, and even so called "transsexuals."

Churches would be forced to hire homosexual youth pastors or face lawsuits for discrimination.

Schools would not be able to fire teachers who suddenly decide cross-dressing better "expresses" their "gender identity."

The Gay Bill of Special Rights seeks to create a protected class of citizens based on "sexual orientation" and destroy our right to Religious Liberty in the process.

That's why I need you to sign your "Don't Turn Your Back on Religious Liberty" petition against the Gay Bill of Special Rights right away.

And after you sign your petition, please chip in $10 or $25 to help Public Advocate fight back against the radical Homosexual Lobby's enormous cash flow.

Since 1981, I've managed to ward off the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

But with Obama's last term and GOP leadership eager to push "bipartisanship" over principles, I'm afraid the threat is greater than ever.

So please, protect Religious Liberty from the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

Sign your "Don't Turn Your Back on Religious Liberty" petition right away.

For the Family,

HON. EUGENE DELGAUDIO
President, Public Advocate of the United States

P.S. After his glamour shoot for the pro-Homosexual "Out" magazine, Obama pledged to double-down his efforts to pass the Gay Bill of Special Rights in his last year in office.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and every member of Congress need to know pro-Family Americans are watching their actions closely.

Please sign your "Don't Turn Your Back on Religious Liberty" petition and chip in $10 or $25 right away to help Public Advocate defeat the Gay Bill of Special Rights.

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