Skip to comments.Chief Diversity Officer of Gallaudet U. Placed on Leave After Signing Maryland Marriage Petition
Posted on 10/16/2012 9:35:42 AM PDT by mbarker12474
University diversity administrator placed on leave after signing marriage petition
Washington, D.C., October 16, 2012 (LifeSiteNews) The Chief Diversity Officer of Gallaudet University has been placed on administrative leave after a homosexual blogger publicized the fact that she signed a petition to support Question 6, a Maryland ballot measure that would send the same-sex marriage law recently passed by the state legislature to voters for a referendum.
Although Question 6 is neutral on the issue of same-sex marriage and simply brings the yet-to-be-enacted law before Maryland voters for their approval or rejection, homosexual activists have painted the measure as anti-gay. Meanwhile, pro-family forces have mobilized ....
The universitys choice to discipline McCaskill for her private political activity prompted shock and dismay on both sides of the debate......
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Signing a petition is not saying anything, but it is giving another your permission to speak/act FOR you.
No harm, no foul, nothing illegal
Part of me feels sorry for her. But then, if you choose to join the Church of Political Correctness, you’d better get the orthodoxy down pat. Who in the h*ll would want to be a “director of diversity” at a leftist college anyway?
Loud and clear!
Proven again; The Diversity Officer of any corporation or government agency will invariably be a woman and more likely a woman of color.
The diversity racket is anything but diverse.
Take notice gay people. We don’t want you promoting your lifestyle to our children or sticking your dingalings where they don’t belong. We can tolerate and love you in the Christian sense but that doesn’t mean we have to like you or finance your agendas.
Lincoln must be turning in his grave (has to do with who was instrumental in founding that university).
BTW, my wife, when she is in Washington, often stays at a small “hospice” at that university, where I stay as well (obviously!) when I am with her.
It is a fascinating place. Go to the cafeteria (I think they now have another place to eat), where the students work.You learn for example to make sure the student taking your order can see your face, for obvious reasons.
If this is allowed to stand, I suspect we will pay to stay at another place.
That’s not a good sign.