Radical lesbian Houston mayor backs off sermon demands

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There’s a manly lesbian in Texas wishing she had not gone Lenin or Stalin on Christian pastors who teach the biblical truths regarding homosexuality and the sodomy lifestyle.

The mayor of Houston is backing away from her city’s demand that pastors turn their sermons over to the city. The statements, which came a day after a national outcry against subpoenas targeting five pastors, are the latest turn in a five-month fight over a local ordinance that has led to a lawsuit against the city.

Houston citizens filed the lawsuit to oppose the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (dubbed “HERO”), which gives biological males the right to use female facilities within the city and endows so-called “LGBT” citizens with the same employee civil rights status as blacks or women.

As part of the fact-finding portion of the lawsuit, the city demanded that pastors turn over “all speeches, presentations, or sermons related to HERO, the Petition, Mayor Annise Parker, homosexuality, or gender identity prepared by, delivered by, revised by, or approved by you or in your possession.”

Sounds like stuff komrade Vladimir Ilyich Lenin did on many occassions before and after the communist revolution in Russia. Or comrade Mao. Or dozens of other tyrants, dictators and despots.

Look for more legal action to expose and stop the unconstitutional activities of lesbian mayor Parker, er, hizzoner!



9 thoughts on “Radical lesbian Houston mayor backs off sermon demands

    bigfred42 said:
    October 21, 2014 at 08:57

    “The owners of the Hitching Post wedding chapel filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Coeur d’Alene Friday, claiming that the city is unconstitutionally forcing them to violate their religious beliefs by performing same-sex marriages.”


    “The city passed an ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in 2013. It applies to housing, employment and “public accommodation.” Religious entities are exempt from the ordinance. But in May city attorney Warren Wilson told The Spokesman-Review that The Hitching Post, which is a for-profit business, likely would be required to follow the ordinance.”

    A possible jail term is involved.


    I looked at the comments. It’s funny to see that everywhere (even in Idaho) there is *always* at least one radical homo pretending to be straight while engaging in eternal shrill defense of homo-ism. They think they have more credibility if they lie and say they are a normal person.

      eastsidehunky responded:
      October 21, 2014 at 09:02

      Troo dat, Big Fred. And that area of ID continues to be a seat of lots of Trad Catholics. Hopefully, they will initiate Catholic Action to fight these demonic proxies in the sodomite pits of sin.

        bigfred42 said:
        October 21, 2014 at 09:53

        “Troo dat”

    bigfred42 said:
    October 19, 2014 at 16:21

    The revised request asks for “All speeches or presentations related to HERO or the Petition prepared by, delivered by, revised by, or approved by you or in your possession.”

    Elsewhere in the subpoenas, however, the pastors are ordered to produce all communications or documents related to the HERO petition and “the topics of equal rights, civil rights, homosexuality, or gender identity,” “Annise Parker or the Mayor’s office,” and “any discussion about whether or how HERO does or does not impact restroom access.”


    So while “sermons” was removed, the witchhunt continues, and foreshadows what is more to come nationwide. Do you remember the Philadelphia Christians in 2004, ESH? Arrested for carrying protest signs at a homo festival, with “hate-crimes” charges totaling over 40 years imprisonment.

    The Houston pastors should file a 1st Amendment lawsuit and go for big damages because of the city govt chilling their speech, and also naming the mayor individually. That is most obviously what the mayor’s intent was and still is.

    There should also be complaints made to the state bar against the city attorney for issuing that subpoenas, if in fact it was he/she/it who did issue them. Houston and Austin may be homo paradises, but not the whole state.

      eastsidehunky responded:
      October 19, 2014 at 16:26

      Let’s see if they seek legal action. It is the only thing these lavender thugs respond to.

        bigfred42 said:
        October 19, 2014 at 17:24

        They certainly don’t respond to any moral arguments.

        Btw, I guess you’ve seen that Neil Patrick Harris will host the Oscars. Once a group is anointed as “victims of oppression”, they get all the perks and privileges – while still perpetually claiming to be victims. Just like Ellen hosting the Emmys.

        P.S. I took a few days off this week from reading news and then needed a *lot* of catching up on it. Quite a week, eh? The good guys won one for a change at the sinod.

        But just barely. Here are the vote totals:
        (Archived from Crux so you don’t actually visit their site and increase their page views.)

      bigfred42 said:
      October 20, 2014 at 15:35

      City Attorney David Feldman had an odd admission of his own: that he had not reviewed the subpoenas before they were issued. “When I looked at it I felt it was overly broad, I would not have worded it that way myself,” said Feldman. “It’s unfortunate that it has been construed as some effort to infringe upon religious liberty.”


      Incompetent or untruthful? Is he eligible to be the Mulec of October?

        eastsidehunky responded:
        October 20, 2014 at 19:15

        Dunno Big Fred, but as young men the old timers called us mladi mulci

    Doody, Dennis said:
    October 17, 2014 at 11:41

    She is a dictator. So now males can go into the female rest rooms in Houston, TX? How does the mayor like that? Or maybe she uses both the male and female rest rooms herself. Maybe she wants to take the signs off of all rest rooms. My family is from New York City. One time we went to the July 4 fireworks that were launched in the harbor of New York. We were there for quite a long time and some people therefore needed to use the restrooms. The NYPD opened up their precinct and let the public use the facilities. So I went into the men’s room but then the women started entering the rest room because apparently they did not want to wait to use the ladies room. I didn’t know what to do but I figured no one would be in trouble if the NYPD itself had opened the facilities to all. It was kind of weird. This Houston mayor sounds like a real crazy person.

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