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The vote for Houston’s next mayor is on the line. November 8th is V-Day – Get out the Vote Day. I know you have important things to do. Time is precious to you. That’s what the other side is hoping you’ll think. They don’t want you to show up at the polls.
Let me tell you what else is precious: Your children and grandchildren. I’m sure you’ve noticed how visible homosexuality is in our culture. It’s everywhere because most Americans are afraid to speak out on the subject for fear of being labeled a “hater” or a “bigot.” Don’t you believe them. You know better. Don’t be afraid vote for what you know is right.
Not only is self-professed homosexual Mayor Annise Parker running for reelection but a man who thinks he is a woman is running for city council. His name is Jenifer Rene Pool.
Young people are influenced by these very visible role models. They will think it’s OK to experiment sexually. Why not? The mayor is a homosexual. That’s hard enough to explain. What will you say to your children when they ask you this question: What’s a “transgendered woman”? You can tell them, Mr. Pool had his sex organs removed.
The homosexual community will tell you that it doesn’t matter what people do sexually. Tell that to your children. You know it does matter. The people in Penn State might be able to fill you in on the subject if you don’t already know. Former Penn State football defensive coordinator Gerald “Jerry” Sandusky was arrested Saturday and released on $100,000 bail after being arraigned on 40 criminal counts of sex with teenage boys. “This case is about a sexual predator who used his position within the university and community to repeatedly prey on young boys,” said Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly. Why would a teenager think that the advances of a respected man in the community were wrong considering that homosexuality is said to be OK. “If it’s OK for him, why not for me?”
You can read all about the sordid details here. You better be sitting down!
In addition to the mayor’s office, there are other positions up for a vote that the Houston Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Political Caucus endorses. Here’s a list of candidates that are supported by the homosexual community in Houston and homosexuals across the nation (http://thecaucus.org/index-4.html):
Mayor – Annise Parker
City Controller – Ron Green
City Council Races:
District B – Jerry V. Davis
District C – Ellen Cohen
District H – Ed Gonzalez
District I – James G. Rodriguez
District J – Mike Laster
District K – Larry Green
At Large Position 1 – Stephen Costello
At Large Position 2 – Jenifer Rene Pool (Man who had his sex organs removed.)
At Large Position 3 – Melissa Noriega
At Large Position 4 – C.O. “Brad” Bradford
At Large Position 5 – Jolanda “Jo” Jones
HISD School Board Trustee Position 3– Ramiro Fonseca
HISD School Board Trustee Position 4 – Paula Harris
HISD School Board Trustee Position 8 – Juliet Stipche
Money is pouring in from homosexual groups around the country who want Houston to become the San Francisco of the South. Here are some of things that they have planned for the great city of Houston (http://www.massresistance.org/):
- Legalize same sex marriage
- Mandate public acceptance of the homosexual activities
- Teach homosexuality to school children, starting in kindergarten, as an acceptable, alternative lifestyle. This is known as multi-sexualism. This enables homosexuals to recruit children to their lifestyle.
- Lower or remove age of consent laws leading to relaxation of laws prohibiting pedophilia. See www.nambla.org/
- Elevate homosexuals to a minority class, leading to affirmative action for homosexuals in the workplace. Cross dressers could force employers to accept their actions at work.
- Prohibit any speech which opposes homosexual activity. This would be considered “hate speech” and have criminal sanctions. This would destroy 1st Amendment free speech rights for those who oppose homosexual conduct, including pastors who preach from the Bible.
- Require employee benefits to be provided to same sex partners.
Conservative groups in Houston, who do NOT support the homosexual agenda and do NOT want Houston to become another San Francisco, are recommending the following candidates:
Mayor – Dave Wilson or John “Jack” O’Connor
City Controller – none
City Council Races:
District A – Helena Brown
District B – Phillip “Paul” Bryant
District C – Brian Cweren
District D – No endorsement
District E – Mike Sullivan
District F – Al Hoang
District G – Clyde Bryan
District H - No endorsement
District I – Leticia Gutierrez Ablaza
District J – No endorsement
District K – Pat Frazier
At Large Position 1 – Scott Boates
At Large Position 2 – Elizabeth Perez
At Large Position 3 – Chris Carmona
At Large Position 4 – No endorsement
At Large Position 5 – Jack Christie
Let your voice and vote be counted: VOTE November 8, 2011.