Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Senate Schemes Undercover to Advance Gay Agenda

Homosexualists report that "a Democratic source" has revealed a Senate plan to slip Sen. Kennedy's hate crimes bill into the unrelated S. 1023 Travel Promotion Act. After the House passed the hate crimes bill, conservative media exposed it to the public causing a backlash that has scared off the Senate, thus leading to this week's underhanded scheme.

-- From "Senate hate crimes vote expected this week" by Chris Johnson, Washington Blade 6/15/09

The U.S. Senate is expected to approve hate crimes legislation by Wednesday, according to a Democratic source.

"The idea is that that will be an amendment to the tourism bill that's going to be on the floor this week in the Senate, and we're thinking that the vote will happen probably [Tuesday] or Wednesday," said the source.

John Berry, director of the Office of Personnel Management and the highest-ranking openly gay presidential appointee in history, announced during a speech at D.C.'s Capital Pride on Sunday that the Senate would address hate crimes as early as this week. He also said the Obama administration would soon announce changes regarding inequities faced by LGBT employees in the federal workforce.

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