Has THIS Been In The Lamestream Media?

If it has, I sure haven’t seen it. From The Daily Caller.com

 

Obama quietly pushes transgender, gay status bill.

3:29 PM  11/04/2013  By Neil Munro
White House Correspondent

Tells you ALL you need to know.

President Barack Obama is narrow-casting his support for a far-reaching  Senate bill that would pressure communities and individuals to ignore  differences between homosexuals, transgender people and heterosexuals in  education, work and culture.

He touted his support for the bill Sunday in an article in the liberal Huffington Post and  in a Monday Tweet.

“Congress needs to pass #ENDA to create federal protections for LGBT  workers,” said the Tweet.

His Huffington Post article had only 2,578 shares by 2:30  p.m. Monday.

But he isn’t taking his support on the road, partly because the bill may  undermine his support among suburbanites, Latinos and African-Americans.

Democrats in the Senate are expected to vote Monday on the Employment  Non-Discrimination Act, which would limit employers from considering differences  between heterosexual, gay and transgender job-applicants or employees.

Roughly four percent of the population is gay or lesbian. The share of  transgender people is below one percent.

The GOP-majority House is unlikely to back the bill. House Speaker John  Boehner said Nov. that he has long opposed the bill’s provisions because of its  impact on companies.

A similar measure failed in 1996, because the bill packaged “sexual  orientation” protections for gays with a set of very different but sweeping new  rules to boost people who want to switch their sexual appearance and behavior  from one gender to another.

Those “gender identity” legal rights would restrict the ability of  communities, civic organizations and individuals to recognize routine  gender-related differences in the preferences of girls and boys, women and men,  say critics.

Seventeen states have passed similar rules.

The bill seems to have won sixty votes — enough for passage — after Nevada  Republican Sen. Dean Heller joined several other GOP senators in backing the  bill.

“This legislation raises the federal standards to match what we have come to  expect in Nevada, which is that discrimination must not be tolerated under any  circumstance,” said a short Heller statement.

The bill is opposed by Heritage Action, Ralph Reed’s Faith and Freedom  Coalition and other conservative groups.

A Sept. 16 poll by TargetPoint consulting for the bill’s advocates says 13  percent of Republicans would campaign against politicians who support the bill.  The poll showed majority support for the bill  when it was presented as a workplace fairness measure, rather than as a federal  regulation of the nation’s culture.

The bill is supported by progressives, and by groups seeking greater legal  rights and social status for gays. They’re represented by a  coalition titled “Americans for Workplace Opportunity.”

The workplace opportunity angle was pushed by Obama’s closest aide, Valerie  Jarrett, in a Monday Tweet. “Apple CEO @tim_cook supports #ENDA because it’s  good for business — he’s  right!” she declared.

“If our coworkers cannot be themselves in the workplace, they certainly  cannot be their best selves,” said Cook. “When that happens, we undermine  people’s potential and deny ourselves and our society the full benefits of those  individuals’ talents.”

For many companies, the issue creates few or no difficulties because their  employers are focused on maximizing commercial productivity.

However, laws that restrict recognition of gender differences creates  problems for retailers, bars, religious employers, schools and others who deal  closely with other customers, students and kids.

The bill’s political vulnerability is its impact on schools, said Andrea  Lafferty, president of the Traditional Values Coalition.

By telling schools they can’t recognize the distinctions between boys and  girls, “they’re trying to create [a culture that doesn’t recognize] sex  [differences] — where there are no boys, no girls, everything is fluid, and you  can be a boy one day, a girl one day,” she said.

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So the Faggot-In-Chief is going to DISCRIMINATE against the VAST MAJORITY of people with this scam of a bill, all for HIS people, it seems.

It is bad enough the militant gay community is trying to force itself on everyone, to “legislate” tolerance, but to have “official backing” from the White Bathhouse goes beyond the pale.

Also quite disgusting to see republicans voting FOR this queer shit. PRIMARY their asses OUT next year.

I wonder if Reggie Love put Obama up to this? Discussed over “cock”tails at Man’s Country, no doubt.

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Clyde

 

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26 Responses to Has THIS Been In The Lamestream Media?

  1. Wonder if this will hasten the Day of the Coming of the Lord???
    This is so wrong, on so many levels, I cannot begin to enumerate them.

    What a sock in the face, Clyde, of all Moral and Ethical Humanity.

    What a helluva post to have to make~!

    • Clyde says:

      Indeed it is a sock in the face. Time to start gut-punching these wretched asshats back TWICE as hard. Don’t legislate YOUR perversions to ME, and MAYBE I won’t legislate MORALITY to you. Seems simple enough.

  2. tannngl says:

    Wonder how this squares with Valerie Jarrett’s Muslim Brotherhood?

    Discrimination? Don’t we discriminate by values? By taste? By faith? I love how progs take a word and give it their own definition.

    Fogie I think this sewer behavior and reasoning has been around for a very long time. What hasn’t is the big change in our Christian country. Well, it was a Christian country. Those Repubs need primaries! Need to find out which ones backed ENDA.

    • tannngl says:

      Ok, here is the list: seven Senate Republicans voted in favor of advancing the legislation: Ayotte, Portman, Toomey, Heller, Collins, Orrin Hatch of Utah and Mark Kirk of Illinois.

      MY OWN ‘TEA PARTY’ SENATOR IS SUPPORTING THIS STINKY STUFF.
      And i just got a letter requesting $$ for his re-election…
      Ha! he also spearheaded the gun control legislation. He is toast.

    • Clyde says:

      You may have swerved into something here, tannngl. We KNOW how the muslims treat homos. I wonder if this MAY be her way of “helping” the muslims eliminate them as well.

  3. randy63ism says:

    I thoroughly detest 0bama with every inch of my being, and please forgive me for saying so, but I wish nothing but ill will and every possible calamity upon him, even the ultimate one.

  4. CW says:

    To: Clyde, Grouchy, Hardnox, Bill, Terry, Garnet, Bullright, Saltwater and Crawfish

    Next time one of these elitist libs advertise for a nanny for their kids we need you all to dress in drag and go apply. Make sure you look real pretty now!

    The leftists in our corrupt government don’ t give a damn about so-called discrimination against transgenders. This is 100% politics, a ploy for democrats to make points with people who consider themselves socially liberal but fiscally conservative. Make them choose – that’s the strategy. And it puts republicans in a lose-lose situation. If they vote for it they alienate socially conservative voters and if they vote against it they risk alienating socially liberal but fiscally conservative voters.

    Honestly if I had the money I would hire actors to dress up as transgenders and apply for every democrat press secretary position that comes up. They would either have to reject us (discrimination!) or have a transgender as the face of their campaign. I’m gonna go buy a lottery ticket!

  5. Kathy says:

    It’s not about equal rights, which they have under the Constitution – it’s about special treatment above equality. They made life choices to be freakazoids and now they want regular folks to treat them normal. Give me a damn break – there is no rational thought in that!

    Not surprising that our Senate is agreeing with them.

    Ditto what Randy said and double for the Senate because they are spineless.

  6. Garnet92 says:

    Damn, and I haven’t got a thing to wear.

  7. Buck says:

    This country needs to get its collective head out of its collective ass!

    • Clyde says:

      Indeed it does, Buck. The ‘dozers we use to knock the U-frigging-N down with, we can use them as winch anchors to do just that.

  8. bullright says:

    This agenda sucks — oh pardon the pun. Repubs could use a purge. The people discriminated against are Christians, conservatives and tea partiers, but its open season on them. I guess you have to march in a parade almost naked to get any respect these days.

  9. Terry says:

    Fine. Let the trannies wait on me at restaurants. Saves me money in tips. See how well the weirdos can live on hourly pay alone.