ACLU continues its assault on commonsense legislation crafted to protect vulnerable women and children

In an email today, the ACLU says, “North Carolina should truly repeal its unjust HB2 law that permits discrimination against LGBT people — and we’re calling on the NCAA to refuse to allow championship games to take place in NC until that happens.”

What’s wrong with the above ACLU complaint? Let’s do a little reality check.

ACLU and the LGBTQ-Whatever Confusion

While the left’s popular euphemism for homosexuality is the acronym LGBTQ, homosexuality remains a same-sex attraction.

Here’s the fun part. Are you ready, ACLU?

Men who are afflicted with same-sex attraction have no interest in the invasion of women’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers. Homosexual men prefer men. Is this too deep for you? I’ll pull back and elaborate somewhat.

Women with same-sex attraction are not interested in men. Like homosexual men, they have no interest in the invasion of men’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers. Does this help?

The North Carolina HB2, like a similar bill before the Texas Legislature, was crafted to protect vulnerable women and children from sexual predators, guys who wish to walk into women’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers with impunity. These heterosexual males are perverts and creeps who are generally unwelcome in the aforesaid facilities reserved for women and young children.

I know, I know. I’ve written some facts about life that challenge your baseless complaints, but you will eventually gain understanding (aka common sense) if you re-read the above several times, clicking your heels together while repeatedly saying, “I’m not in the women’s restroom. I’m not in the women’s restroom. I’m not in the women’s restroom.”

Read from the Austin Statesman: Gov. Abbott says he wants to sign a transgender bathroom bill http://tinyurl.com/n4rbuks

The ACLU’s strategy: Confusing until you consider these facts

Fact no. 1: The ACLU stridently opposes bills in the Texas Legislature crafted to protect stand up for religious freedomvulnerable Texas children. Specifically HB 3859 and SB6; the first to prevent homosexuals from either fostering or adopting children in the care of the State, the second to protect vulnerable women and children from sexual predators in restrooms, locker rooms, and dressing rooms.

Fact no. 2: In the worldview of Muslims, homosexuality is as unacceptable as it is in the worldview of Christians. References: Qur’an 4:15, 4:16

Fact no. 3: The national political director of the ACLU is a devout Muslim, Faiz Shakir.

Fact no. 4: While the ACLU says it supports religious freedom, this support only goes to Muslims and atheists – Christianity is a target, not a client.

Contrast the outrageous claims of Barack Obama, who likens radical Islam to Christianity, with Fox News panelists and American Christian leaders.

Islamic reality in Pakistan, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Afghanistan where Muslims mercilessly murder and persecute Christians. The above video clarifies untruths (aka lies) voiced by Islamists in this country.

If Islamists activists prevail in their all-out assault on Christianity, using LGBTQ activists, the ACLU, and atheists in their cause, even this blog will be criminalized.

The political strategy of the ACLU isn’t at all confusing when you have all the facts.

‎Rockwall‬ ‪‎BathroomOrdinance‬: Why are we having this conversation?

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Rockwall Mayor Jim Pruitt says, “we have been thrust in a position of discussing this because several businesses and governmental entities have decided to create policies encouraging men unfettered access to women’s restrooms and changing rooms, and vice versa. Because of these policies, I, as mayor of Rockwall, Texas, proposed a new ordinance that would limit a person’s access to a bathroom that didn’t match his or her biological sex.”

Link to Dallas Morning News: Rockwall Mayor Jim Pruitt: I proposed a bathroom ordinance to protect children from sexual predators

The day following the city council meeting where none of our council members offered a second to open public discussion of the proposed ordinance, a Target store in Frisco became the scene of a man photographing a girl in a dressing room. The girl identified his face that was captured on security cameras.

More from CBS Local: Forney woman shocked to find man using Ross women’s dressing room – Ross cares only for the so-called ‘transgender’ male, she says. 

Libertarian-leaning members of the community argue the ordinance imposed too much government control of businesses. Is this the case? Let’s consider the fundamental role of all government, the principle found in the Declaration of Independence:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed…”

Yes, the fundamental role of all government is to secure the rights of the people governed, not to hold down the costs of conducting a private business.

As our third president and the author of the above-mentioned Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson stated: “A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another…”

Liberty flourishes most when we the people are free to exercise our pursuits without restraint, so long as we do no harm to others.
The proposed ordinance was intended to serve this purpose by protecting vulnerable women and children.

Other than the local Target store, another business to remember is the local Hilton hotel. The hotel manager publicly opposed the ordinance.

John White
Rockwall, Texas