Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Obama & Barney Frank Team up on Gay Agenda ENDA

IT'S BACK! Remember the pro-homosexual Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) that passed the House in 2007? Now with Dems in full-throttle Gay Agenda mode, it's reported that the reintroduced bill will be expanded to cover transgenderism and more!
ENDA means there's no escape for ANY children from indoctrination of the Gay Agenda -- not even in your Christian school.
Click here to see how your congressman voted on ENDA in 2007

UPDATE 6/14/12: Obama, Senate Continue to Push Transgender Privilege - ENDA

-- From "Trans-inclusive ENDA to be introduced in House" by, Lou Chibbaro Jr., Washington Blade 6/19/09

An aide to U.S. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said [June 17th] that the congressman plans to introduce a revised version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act next week that will include protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

Diego Sanchez, who is transgender and a senior policy adviser to Frank, said the bill has been changed from the so-called “gay-only” version [HR 3685] that the House passed in 2007 to include language banning job discrimination based on gender identity as well as sexual orientation.

Sanchez said that . . . the bill had eight House co-sponsors, including four Democrats and four Republicans. Among the sponsors were gay House members Frank, Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), and Jared Polis (D-Colo.). The lead Republican sponsor is Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.).

In an interview with the Blade on Tuesday, Frank said he believes prospects for passing a trans-inclusive ENDA have improved significantly since 2007, when he and other House Democratic leaders said the measure would be defeated if a gender identity clause were kept in the bill.

Over the strong objections of transgender activists and many gay advocacy groups, House Democratic leaders dropped the transgender provision from the bill in September 2007. The House went on to pass it the following month, but the measure died when the Senate took no action on it.

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From "While Defending It in Court, White House Vows to Repeal Defense of Marriage Act" by Dan Gilgoff, U.S. News & World Report 6/15/09
Here's what John Berry, Obama's director of the Office of Personnel Management, told the Advocate, a gay publication, on Sunday [June 14th]:

We have four broad legislative goals that we want to accomplish and legislation is one of these things where you've got to move when the opportunity strikes, so I'm going to list them in an order but it's not necessarily going to go one, two, three, four. Obviously, I think the first opportunity is hate crimes and we're hopeful that we can get that passed this week. We're going to try, but if not, we're going to keep at it until we get it passed. The second one [is] ENDA [the Employment Nondiscrimination Act], we want to secure that passage of ENDA, and third is we want to repeal legislatively "don't ask don't tell," and fourth, we want to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act.

Now, I'm not going to pledge—and nor is the president—that this is going to be done by some certain date. The pledge and the promise is that, this will be done before the sun sets on this administration—our goal is to have this entire agenda accomplished and enacted into law so that it is secure.

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