San Antonio Republicans Fight Back Against the Homosexual Agenda in an Attempt to Repeal 'Pro-Homosexual' Law
Advocate.com is reporting;
Republicans in San Antonio are calling for a repeal of "pro-homosexual" laws by claiming those policies give LGBT people "special rights."
The Republican Party of Bexar County has drafted a resolution, which its executive committee will discuss January 8, in response an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance passed by the San Antonio City Council in 2013, plus city and county domestic-partner benefits programs, reports local news outlet Out in SA. The resolution claims that "homosexual, bisexual, and transgendered persons already have constitutionally protected civil rights" and that the laws extend "special rights based merely upon the behavior and not upon unchanging characteristics such as race, color, etc."
The party then declares there should be no "granting of special legal entitlements or creation of special status for homosexual behavior," and then urges San Antonio and Bexar County to repeal the ordinances "that have given special rights to homosexuals," including the city and county's "taxpayer-funded, marriage-dishonoring 'domestic partner' benefits programs for government employees."
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