Overland Park LGBT Rights Mandate

A suburbanite controversy in the making as the top politico in that suburb pushes a controversial plan. Check the tease with more info for subscribers:

Mayor wants Johnson County's largest city to finally vote on adding LGBTQ protections

After months of convincing from gay rights activists, Johnson County's largest city will finally decide whether it should add legal protections for the LGBTQ community. Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach called a special City Council meeting to be held Monday night, for officials to discuss a proposed nondiscrimination ordinance.

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  1. How about at least one suburb stand up to the faggots and tell them to go away?

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  2. ^^True Dat

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  3. Or you could just move? That would truly be a blessing to us all.

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  4. Yes faggots, just move. That would be a blessing. it’s the right thing to do so be gone with your psycho selves.

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  5. LGBT putting hair around the O in OP.

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  6. Thankfully, less than 3.7% of Kansas s identify themselves as homosexuals. They should move to Colorado where the opportunities for cocksucking and buttfucking are much higher.

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  7. I'm so sick of the queers whining, no one discriminates against them for being gay unless they act or look like a freak, so they are really just discriminated for being a freak and not gay. Keep your sex life at home like normal ppl and you will be treated fine.

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  8. I see the usual suspects who don't want to hear about queers can't wait to post their usual complaints when they could just--think about it--move on to the next post.

    But they don't.

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  9. This ordinance is going to discriminate against people who are Christians and that is what this is all about nothing more. It's a hatred war against Christians. Anyone who says any different is a liar. Look at what they are doing to Chick-fi-la and Chick-fi-la has never once discriminated against gays it's the fact that it is a Christian company. They have never once turned a gay person away it's just they don't agree with the gay lifestyle and they want to punish anyone who doesn't agree with them. That will make OP a totalitarian city.

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  10. 8:01 - Kansas has a version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. An OP ordinance can't override a state law, so there will continue to be some level of legal protection for Muslims and Christians.

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  11. This is an Anti Muslim act and it's ashamed to see religious discrimination

    Muslims are right about gays

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    1. Yes, there is alot we can learn from muslims about gays and women too. KEK

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