Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Cross-dressers in White House with Obama?

A change is coming to America, and it is a scary one. What will the White House look like under an Obama administration? Well, it may look similar to that of San Francisco during the annual Sodomite parade. According to OneNewsNow.com, there is alarm over president-elect Barack Obama's plan to expand a Clinton-era executive order that provides special protections for federal employees based on their sexual behavior. "The Obama-Biden transition team has included both "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" in its non-discrimination policy for applicants for employment in the incoming Obama administration." Apparently, as the two homosexuals depict to the right, you may see a scene similar to this when you take your chilren to the White House or U.S. Capitol. Or perhaps, you may see Vice-President elect Joe Biden pushing Barack Obama in a shopping cart at the White House on your next tour since they are pushing this agenda so much (umm, I wonder why). Anyway, President Bush, trying to appease the Sodomite crowd did not overturn Bill Clinton's executive order prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Yet, the Clinton order does not address so-called gender identity. Word of Obama's planned executive order has excited his allies on the left. Christopher Anders, senior legislative counsel with the American Civil Liberties Union, says "president-elect Obama and vice president-elect Biden, by explicitly rejecting the bigotry and intolerance of the past, are committing that gay, lesbian, and transgender professionals can serve in government without fear of discrimination." Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, says Obama's new non-discrimination policy will be an "open door" for gender-confused and cross-dressing federal employees. "What's the Obama administration going to do to protect women in federal restrooms?" the activist asks. "Since men [wearing] dresses apparently are going to be protected under gender-identity provisions, what about the women in the restrooms in the White House and other federal buildings? What's going to be done to protect their rights?" LaBarbera even wonders if there is going to have to be a new federal outlay for the building of new "gender-free, transgender restrooms." The president-elect has been a supporter of a version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) that offers special protections for transgender employees. All of this is an attempt to further the so called civil-rights protections of Sodomites, and eventually lead to legislation that specifically protects homosexuals, and prohibits discrimination based on being a homosexual or "gender confused." Unfortantely, millions of whites voted for Barack Obama without realizing that the change they voted for is not going to be in the best interest of our dearly beloved America, or their children. A change is coming, and perhaps it's Obama wearing a dress. Until then.

1 comment:

Mykell said...

Special protections would be if LGBT people had rights nobody else had. However, banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity means that nobody will be fired or denied a job whether they're heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual; or whether they're gender-conforming or gender-nonconforming. In other words, this protects folks like you from being discriminated against for being straight.