One of the Ten Commandments states, ‘thou shall not covet thou neighbor’s house,’ which means, Christians are suppose to respect their neighbor’s house, regardless of what’s in it, as well as, who resides in the house. If the Christian respects the neighbor’s house, shouldn’t the neighbor respect the Christian’s house?
San Antonio’s proposed, non-discrimination ordinance inclusion of gay, lesbian, transgender and bi-sexual individuals doesn’t prevent discrimination, instead, it enables discrimination on the Christian community, which is unconstitutional in Texas, as well as, unconstitutional in America.
The proposed ordinance wasn’t written by any member of the city’s council members, in the best interest of the city, but rather, it was written by LGBT advocates, who’s sole purpose of the ordinance is to alienate and discriminate against a group of people, who does not agree with their life style choice, but readily accepts it, as long as it’s not forced upon them.
The LGBT with this ordinance, is simply trying to pimp slap the Christian community into submission, by stripping them of their right, or should we say, their freedom of religious practice, which involves thoughts, opinions, as well as expressions, which even the SCOTUS will agree.
Discrimination in the work place, is discrimination, regardless of the race, creed, or color. It includes those who are overweight, sloppy in appearances and those who are gay. To target those who think differently, well now, that goes beyond the normal boundaries of discrimination. That’s a violation of certain inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
The question to answer is, does a city, in a state that already frown upon discrimination and constitutionally define marriage, have the right to recreate the atmosphere of the racially charged 1950s and 60s, just to accommodate a reincarnation of true and pure Southern Democrats, who were under the impression, they had the right to pick and choose, who is guaranteed those inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?
If this form of discrimination is acceptable as being in the best interest of the city, what will happen when Muslims in San Antonio write ordinances that recognize Sharia Law, which as we all know, does not recognized homosexuality in any shape, form or fashion? To say no, is discrimination.