Tuesday, January 15, 2019

SHOW-ME GOP POWER PLAY: MISSOURI HOUSE SMACKS DOWN LGBT RIGHTS!!!

Again, we remind readers of Heartland politics beyond the police streets of Midtown . . . Here's the NO VETO Republican Majority enforcing their agenda throughout the state with very little pushback possible from the Democratic Party. Read more:

The Latest: Missouri House votes against LGBT protections

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - The Latest on Missouri House rules on open records (all times local): 1:40 p.m. Missouri House members have voted against protecting staff from being fired for being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. House members in a Tuesday voice vote rejected the proposed change to House internal rules.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why should they get more rights than normal people?

Anonymous said...

They should be smacked down for being morally inferior faggots and lesbians and trannies.

Anonymous said...


They shouldn't get more rights than normal people, and they won't. This is out of hand with these people. If they want to be vile and nasty that's their choice but they WILL NOT shove it down my throat.

Also people need to know that schools are indoctrinating this unnatural style of life down the throats of kids. One of many is a school teacher who lives in Hyde Park. They are telling these kids it's OK, it's not OK, it's not normal behavior.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Are you angry because no one will shove it down your throat?

Anonymous said...

Homosexuality is a mental illness.

Anonymous said...

It's impossible to tell from the story but there is an important distinction in LBGQWERTY protection laws. The unacceptable kind applies when LBG etc. is even 1% of the employment decision, and if that is found to be the case, the plaintiff's lawyer gets full attorneys' fees. That kind of law is an open invitation to nuisance lawsuits. The acceptable kind of law applies only when LBG etc. is the sole or the predominant reason for the employment decision, and the plaintiff's attorney does not recover any legal fees if that is not found to be the case.

Has nothing to do with equal treatment. It's all about the Benjamins.