Rudy, Cuomo, anti-life; pro-gay Catholics.......hmmmmm.
News to both: God does NOT recognize "gay marriage" so an out-of-control Big Brother can "order," "vote," "affirm," or "approve," "demand," "endorse," or whatever happens - pro-gay activists long ago had this as their bottom line no matter how often they lied claiming that "all they wanted was to be safe from violence."
Don't think for one minute that this is the last line for them either - they will insist that any and all Christian church, minister (probably Islamic as well) perform their abominations or else lose their status.
We need to get the word out about Obama czar Kevin Jennings, founder of the pro-homosexual GLSEN organization, who Obama appointed "to oversee the nation's safe schools" program.
Jennings was involved in the 2000 "Fistgate" scandal in which homosexual adults at a GLSEN youth workshop "guided young teens on how to engage in sexual perversions, including the violent gay practice known as "fisting."
NOTE WELL Obama gave radical homosexualist czar Kevin Jennings $410 million in the 2011 federal budget ON TOP of $400 million in 2010. Jennings just announced he was leaving the Obama admin (Jennings retires with riches beyond imagination--Obama gets a cut, of course).
In 2008, Obama swore he was not for same sex marriage---but he has done everything possible to promote the homo agenda. (Excerpt) ........
NOTE The Federal Reserve Bldg Hoisted the Gay Pride Flag to Honor LGBT Month
U.S. Department of Education to host LGBT youth summit Monday and Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Secretary of Education (official site) | June 06, 2011 (date of event) | Official press release
FR Posted on Sunday, June 05, 2011 2:26:03 PM by Salman
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will give remarks at the Departments first-ever Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth summit at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, D.C. The two-day summit, Creating and Maintaining Safe and Supportive Environments for LGBT Youth, will take place Monday-Tuesday, June 6-7.
Duncan will highlight the administrations commitment to ensuring equal access to education for LGBT students as it does for all students.
He also will discuss the Departments Office for Civil Rights recently released guidance on the protection against harassment in an education setting based on gender, which includes gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender individuals. The guidance, which was sent to schools, colleges and universities in a Dear Colleague letter, explains educators legal obligations to protect students from harassment based on racial and national origin, gender and disability. Read more at wnd.com