ENDA Up for Senate Vote July 10

Jul 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: EDGE

A Senate committee is scheduled to vote next week on legislation long stalled Congress that would prohibit anti-LGBT workplace discrimination, Metro Weekly has learned.

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“Emblem of the Brave and True”

Since: Sep 10

Los Angeles, CA

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Fortunately I live in a state where this matter was decided decades ago and our state constitution was ammended to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. Right now I am empathetic to those in other states who are impacted with this discrimination or the fear thereof yet having lived in less socially free states and realizing the destitution of liberty their constitutions contained as a youth I chose well in The Great Bear Republic. And now that certain judicial matters have been returned to our Great States Court my country of California and her constitution affords me more liberty, greater justice and a sturdier foundation of equality than the federation provides. At this point the only things America provides is hinderence and over ruling our statesmens right to privacy. I see no real purpose in sustaining a connection to a union governed by corruption and inaccurately represented in congress. California should have a seat at the U.N. not a couple in the broken senate and a few less than it should in a house no longer dependent on the people. We are a self sufficient economy, an agricultural powerhouse, an innovator of technology and industry and an entertainment center for the world. So if you are somewhere less stately and eager for equality, move. Otherwise your equal rights will be filabustered, earmarked, and if narrowly passing an unobstructed vote fail on arriving at a house centered on corporate rights and not civil rights.

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Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

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Unfortunately the GOPasaurs representing all the religious bigots will never vote for this. They insist on their right to discriminate, just like "good Christians" have always done.

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