Now it is your time! Do you ever see destructive things going on around you and wish you had the ability and opportunity to stop them? Like when you hear the occurrence of some tragedy, do you ever wish that you could have been in the right place at the right time, to prevent it?
On Tuesday, November 3rd, you have an opportunity to do just that. If you live in the city of Houston, you will have the opportunity to vote NO to Proposition One, the “bathroom” or H.E.R.O. ordinance.
Contrary to the proponents of this ordinance, it has nothing to do with equal rights (which are already protected under federal and state law), but everything to do with promotion of sexual deviance in our society, in an effort for us to accept yet one more assault on our common sense and decency.
I don’t want a man to be able to invade the privacy of my wife and daughter in their most vulnerable moments! It is WRONG and just CREEPY for a man to use a woman’s restroom, and for boys to use girl’s showers and locker rooms.
You have an opportunity to take a stand against this!
Call your family members, speak with friends from church, at work, and plead with them to vote NO! on Proposition One on Tuesday, November 3rd .
With all the many types of sexual deviance that have been accepted by our current society as now supposedly being “normal”, and just an “alternative lifestyle” one has to ask the question, “What will come next?”
Well, now it is your chance to have a hand in slowing down this most recent onslaught on morality in the city of Houston.
The women in our lives should have the freedom to go to the restroom in privacy, without fear that a sexual predator or pervert will want to share this very private space with them.
Ronald Reagan once said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
To paraphrase “the Gipper”, I don’t want to have to explain to my grandchildren that once men only entered into men’s rooms, and women used women’s restrooms.
I don’t want to have to explain to my grandchildren why I did nothing to stop the assault of sexual immorality and perversion that is sweeping our nation.
I urge you to take just a few minutes out of your busy life, and vote against Proposition One to send a message to our community leaders and the LGBT community that not all of us have bowed the knee to the sexual perversion they would force upon us; not all of us think it is a good idea for men and boys to be able to go into the restroom, shower, and locker room facilities of our precious girls and wives, mothers and sisters.
I urge you to vote NO! on Proposition One on Tuesday, November 3rd!