Do you care about the welfare of your daughters and wives? Would you bring known criminals into your home to spend time teaching your family members their criminal ways? What would you tell me if I would encourage you to allow your children to spend time with known sex offenders, to ensure they have a “rounded education”? and get a “balanced” view of life?
You would tell me that I am nuts, and rightly so. You would be exercising “discrimination” in discerning right from wrong, as found in the definition of the word from the Merriam Webster dictionary: “to notice and understand that one thing is different from another thing: to recognize a difference between things”
“To recognize the difference between things”, e.g. to recognize the difference between a man and a woman. Just precisely what those on the city council that voted for, and crafted the language of proposition 1 on the ballot in Harris County this November:
“Proposition 1: [Relating to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.] Are you in favor of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, Ord. No. 2014-530, which prohibits discrimination in city employment and city services, city contracts, public accommodations, private employment, and housing based on an individual’s sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, familial status, marital status, military status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or pregnancy?”
The “Houston Equal Rights Ordinance”. My that sounds like a noble proposition! “HERO”; we all love heroes, don’t we? After all, who would ever vote in favor of “discrimination”, as the word is often used today?
Me, for one! I will ALWAYS choose to exercise the right to “discriminate” between evil and good, foolishness and wisdom, right and wrong, protection, and danger, for my family members.
Don’t you agree with me? If you had the choice, would you ever place your beloved family members into a potentially dangerous situation? Would you ever knowingly expose them to the potential abuse by sexual predators and perverts?
Yet if you vote YES for proposition one, you will knowingly place your wives and children in danger, because what the wording of this proposition symbolizes, is the right for the sexually perverse to choose to enter and use any bathroom facilities they wish, regardless of gender. If they “feel” like a woman on a particular day, they will have the right to lurk in women’s restrooms and locker rooms at will, and you will not be able to prevent them from doing so.
Is this “discrimination”? You be the judge.
I will always choose to protect my family, and the thought of a man lurking in a stall next to the one my daughter or wife is using is something that I will always oppose.
Please join me in opposing Proposition one in November, and vote NO to the “HERO” ordinance.
This is one type of “discrimination” that you will wish to exercise on November third and during early voting!