The latest skirmish in Mayor Pervert's campaign against the 98.3 percent of us who don't share her perversion was to subpoena sermons form Christian pastors who protested her edict that men could use women's restrooms and vice versa in the city of Houston.
At the Mayor's news conference Wednesday, she and City Attorney David Feldman tried to crawfish by invoking the classic Obamalie that they had not seen the subpoena – after Texas Attorney General and next Governor of Texas Greg Abbott cited them for violation of the First Amendment to the pre-Constitution of 1787.
This attack on religious freedom was a response to a lawsuit pending against the Mayor and City Attorney for allegedly having illegally rejected a petition from the people of Houston to call a referendum for the repeal of Mayor Pervert's Equal Rights Ordinance.
The ERO, passed on 28 May 2014 over the Mayors signature and with an 11 to 6 vote by City Council, prohibits discrimination in public facilities on the basis of "gender identity," defined as "an individuals innate identification, appearance, expression or behavior as either male or female, although the same may not correspond to the individual's body or gender as assigned at birth."
The ERO further establishes an Office of Fair Housing with the authority to prosecute me for refusing to rent a room to a queer or to a boy who dresses like a girl on the frivolous grounds that exposure to such a person will screw up the minds of my kids.
This thirty page exercise in legalese is, on close inspection, simply a rehash of extant federal legislation and regulations. The only thing it adds is coverage for queers and cross dressers. It is, therefore, nothing more than an insidious scheme by the sodomy lobby to impose its queer concepts of sexuality on the majority. And as the majority, we have the right to petition for the repeal of this oblique attack by the 1.7 percenters on the morality of our children – and we have the right for our duly signed and presented petition to be honored by the city of Houston, and not swept under the rug by David Feldman.