House Passes Gay Bill of Special Rights To Advance Horrific Abuse of Religious Liberty
"The House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly passed the Equality Act, sweeping legislation that would expand U.S. anti-discrimination laws to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual preference or self-proclaimed gender identity.
Supporters say the bill will establish basic legal protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Americans nationwide that will establish equal justice and fairness for all Americans.
Opponents warn that the language of the bill would make mainstream traditional beliefs about marriage, biological facts about sex differences, and religious convictions on these issues punishable under the law."
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, wrote to his supporters an online message that said in part:
"30,000 Americans signed petitions for Public Advocate are telling their Senators not to vote for this bill today. They are in addition to 200,000 petitions Public Advocate has delivered to The White House and the Senate previously.
"The Homosexual Lobby is very close to achieving their vision of an America that embraces homosexuality as an "alternative lifestyle" to be experimented with.
If the Gay Bill of Special Rights passes both Houses of Congress, employers could be forced to hire and kept from firing homosexuals.
Business owners could be forced to apply government mandated quotas of employees or face the Obama Administration's wrath.
Day cares, private schools, and even churches could be forced to hire open homosexuals under fear of federal persecution.
But the Gay Bill of Special Rights is only the beginning of their Radical Agenda.
The Homosexual Lobby wants to force their lifestyle on you and your family.
They want your children to be subjected to an education about homosexual "relationships" and told that such behavior is normal.
They want to criminalize the freedom to speak out about most Americans' religious beliefs."
Photo: Public Advocate delivers 200,000 signed petitions to Congress to oppose the so-called Gay Bill of Rights, the Equality Act in front of the White House.