Thursday, November 17, 2011

Homosexuals Concentrated in Federal Government

As hundreds of federal homosexualists celebrated the life of the late Frank Kameny, the "father" of the 20th Century homosexual government infiltration, their utter domination of the Obama Administration is glaring.

For background, read Obama's Advancement of the Gay Agenda Enumerated (list of 39 accomplishments of the Gay Agenda) and also read Homosexuals Drawn to D.C. in Droves whereas census shows Same-sex Household Count Tiny Elsewhere

-- From "Gay Rights Pioneer to be Honored on Capitol Hill" by Brett Zongker, Associated Press 11/15/11

Members of Congress and [openly homosexual] U.S. Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry . . . honor[ed] Kameny with a service at the Cannon House Office Building on Tuesday.

Kameny is credited with staging the first gay rights protests in front of the White House and Philadelphia's Independence Hall. He had been fired from his job as a government astronomer for being gay. Kameny took that case to the Supreme Court 50 years ago.

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From "Gay federal workers say they’re only partway to equality" by Lisa Rein, Washington Post 11/15/11

The crowd of 250 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees of federal Washington [celebrated Kameny].

As the Partnership for Public Service releases results Wednesday from its annual Best Places to Work survey — which ranks agencies on such key issues as support for diversity — the federal world is awash in symbols of partway progress for LGBT employees.

There are definite signs of change: More than 200 LGBT presidential appointees serve under President Obama, among them the first two who are openly transgender.

With 2 million people, the government is the largest employer in America and sets the tone for a lot of private companies.

“The glass is a third full,” says Diego Sanchez, a transgender aide to Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) who leads a new group for LGBT employees called the Federal Equality Council. “We need to step up the pace.”

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From "Frank Kameny Memorial: Gay Rights Pioneer Honored In Washington" reported by Huffington Post 11/16/11

“His life cleared the path that I and countless others followed into public service,” John Berry, the director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, who in 2009 became the Obama administration’s highest-level gay appointment, told the gathering, according to the Washington Blade. “His unrelenting and unceasing fight for gay rights enabled other Americans to step out of the closet and into the full light of equality. But most importantly, his long battle and eventual triumphs show the miracles that one person wrought upon the world.”

Kameny, who died Oct. 11 at age 86, became a pioneer in the LGBT movement when, after being fired from his government job in 1957 for being gay, he took his case before the Supreme Court in 1961. In 1965 he helped organize the first gay rights march in front of the White House.

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Also read Homosexualists to Buy White House, Say Media