Some Homosexuals Oppose E.N.D.A.

From Gary Randall and the Faith and Freedom Network and Foundation.

“Interestingly The Seattle Times reported this week that, “From New York to Seattle, gays are divided over a work place protection bill in Congress, not because of who it covers, but because of who it leaves out: transgender people”

The Times says this is huge for the gay community because after nearly 30 years, U.S. Representative, Barney Frank, D-Mass, has introduced a bill earlier this year that included everybody—– lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

Now Barney has told his people that he needs to strip gender identity from the measure, which will likely exclude the transgender people, because he does not have enough votes to win in the House.

People all over Capitol Hill in Seattle are discussing whether to go with the Barney plan and leave their friends behind or hold out for bringing everyone along in the bill.

The good news is that there are not enough votes in the Senate regardless of how he modifies his bill. And even if there were, President Bush would not sign it. The bill is essentially symbolic. However, it clearly shows there is no fatigue in advancing the homosexual agenda.

Which brings me to this.

The bad news would be that in another time; say October 2009, Hillary Clinton is President and other so-called social progressives are in the Senate, not only would this bill pass, but a multitude of other bills that stand in absolute defiance of the beliefs that a majority of Americans hold. And I promise you, Hillary will sign them and the culture of America will be forever changed and compromised from her spiritual roots.

Got Values?

We better prepare to vote them, otherwise this nightmare will become a reality.”

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