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Eugene Delgaudio: "Conservative" Senator Orrin Hatch Becomes Strident Socialist--Adopts DC Council View on Walmart Nationwide

Repost from July 11, 2013

Eugene Delgaudio told one million people on a variety of internet sites on Wednesday, June 4, that Senator Hatch in recent remarks is again stabbing America's family in the back. Today we remind America this was not the first time Hatch spit in the face of America's conservatives. And we remember Hatch's reaction to Ted Kennedy's drunken marauding too. Public Advocate marched in protest and Hatch counseled discretion to the late Senator Kennedy which Kennedy respectfully heeded.


Yesterday, The "strange" Distict Of Columbia City Council voted to require all business to pay the minimum wage with the promise by Walmart executives to leave the city.

This action follows ten years of asking Walmart to locate in the District of Columbia. About six current or planned Walmarts impacting thousands are impacted immediately.

At the same time as a DC Council does wacky stuff a U.S. Senate committee voted with 3 Republicans including veteran out of touch Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) voted to do to the entire private industry what D.C. government is attempting to do in D.C.-- impacting 300 million Americans directly or indirectly.

"The world economy might take a nose dive actually," says Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate.

Senator Hatch voted to dismantle the elements of free enterprise and sound busines practice when he caved to the homosexual lobby in a roll call vote 15 to 7 to impose mandatory hiring of openly homosexual persons.

"This one vote signals a rush by some Republicans to promote socialist government control
of all American businesses and the partnership with President Barack Obama in the sympathetic
and complementary destruction of free enterprise of the American private enterprise system," says

Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.

The "Employment Non-Discrimination Act" (ENDA) would require mandatory hiring and quotas for avowed or self-declared homosexual men and women and would severely disrupt or cripple large segments of the private sector even more severely than the Obama Health Care Act which had to be delayed a year to avoid the collapse of the American private sector during an election year.

The Hill reports

Senate panel approved legislation Wednesday in a bipartisan 15-7 vote that would outlaw discrimination in the workplace based on an employee's gender identity or sexual orientation.

Three Republicans joined 12 Democrats on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in approving the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

Roll Call reports

Three Republicans joined all Democrats to advance a bill to bar discrimination against gays and lesbians at work on Wednesday, adding momentum to a measure that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has vowed to bring to the Senate floor.

Republicans Mark S. Kirk of Illinois, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Orrin G. Hatch of Utah joined Democrats on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee to approve the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, 15-7.