The sex group Kentucky Equality Federation was the first to cheer about Gov. Beshear signing an executive order protecting people who are homosexual from being fired or not hired in state government. I have no problem with that, but what I do have a problem with is the addition of 'gender identity.'
I am very interested in knowing exactly what this covers. Does this mean if a man comes dressed in drag to work that no one can fire 'it'?
I am told the chair(it)* of the other statewide sex group 'Kentucky Fairness Alliance' is a drag queen and walks around most of the time pretending to actually be a woman. If that is not a mental disorder, what would qualify as one?
*The term chair(it) was used because I do not think you can safely call someone who walks around all day dressed as a woman a chairman or a chairwoman.
Folks, we are in a time when all Christian values are under attack. Both statewide sex groups have setup political action committees to no doubt elect more homosexuals to public office and get Christians out of public office.
Kentucky Equality Federation has established Kentucky Equality PAC and give Baptist Christians like State House Rep. C. B. Embry an 'equality rating' of 16% because he did not answer every question presented by Kentucky Equality PAC in support of their gay agenda.
If we did not have people like Rep. Embry and Senate President David Williams in office the next thing the sex groups would do is infuse a "gay" influence into public school curricula by teaching some families have two daddies, or two mommies. Those are not the values our country was founded on. They can try to deny Christian values did not have a role in writing our constitution all they want, but if you read it, you can clearly see it.