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Nebraska Senators Deb Fischer and Mike Johanns have gone on record to oppose passage of the so-called “Employment Non-Discrimination Act” (ENDA), which would make drag queens, cross-dressers and transsexuals into federally protected minority groups. Fischer and Johanns are both GING-PAC endorsed Senators.
According to Fischer: “I don’t like the fact that we carve out all these special privileges. That has always, always bothered me. I don’t think anybody, anybody should be discriminated against. As a woman I shouldn’t be discriminated against. I don’t think it’s helpful to always carve this out, though, saying women shouldn’t be discriminated against.”
Fischer is also concerned that ENDA doesn’t provide enough protection for religious institutions.
Senator Mike Johanns also expressed his opposition:
“I firmly believe every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, but I have serious concerns about the impact this legislation would have on religious organizations and private business owners with deeply-held religious beliefs.”
ENDA would provide federally-protected status to those who are “actual” or “perceived” to be homosexuals or those with a “gender identity” that is not the same as the person’s birth sex. In other words, ENDA will provide the force of federal power to “protect” emotionally troubled men and women who think they’re actually the opposite sex. This includes heterosexual cross-dressers, homosexual drag queens, transsexuals, and she-males (those who undergo only half of a “sex change” operation. These are typically men who look like women from the waist up.)
The Family Research Council has a summary of the serious threat that ENDA poses to religious liberty and religious employers.
ENDA will likely pass the Senate today – thanks to RINOs and hard-core leftist Democrats who have lost their ability to discern between sanity and insanity or between biblical morality and abnormal sexual behaviors.