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By Rev. Ted Pike
2 May 10

A week ago, I challenged Americans to energize House Judiciary Republicans (veteran opponents of hate crime legislation) to vigorously oppose the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Rep. Barney Frank’s office said ENDA could move forward to House vote within two weeks.

You did not disappoint me. Last Tuesday, Judiciary Republican offices reported calls against ENDA were “heavy.” Rep. Sensenbrenner’s office said ENDA protest was the top issue of the week!

People are demonstrating that, despite the rebuff of healthcare passage, they are not giving up on the legislative process.

Now it’s time to turn our phoning firepower on the Senate. The homosexual lobby is frantically trying to persuade at least 15 Senators to get on board. Although liberal, these Senators are reluctant, largely because of the bill’s outrageous “transgender” provision, requiring businesses of more than 15 employees to allow men who claim they are transitioning to women to enter female lavatories and showers.

Here’s a possible scenario of how this would occur on your local college campus. If any male employee tells college administration that he intends to become a woman, then, with no other evidence required, this voyeur must be allowed to enter women’s P.E. facilities, strip and shower with coeds. If authorities “discriminate” against him, they can be fined heavily. If they persist in denying his “civil rights,” they face imprisonment for contempt of court. A college would undoubtedly lose federal funding.

Here’s our new battle plan.

1. First protest ENDA to the Senators from your state. Call 1-877-851-6437 or 1-202-225-3121. The capitol operator will route you to their offices.

2. Protest to those Senators still straddling the fence, possibly because of the transgender provision:

  • Mark Warner (D-VA)
  • Kent Conrad (D-ND)
  • Byron Dorgan (D-ND)
  • Tim Johnson (D-SD)
  • Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)
  • Robert Byrd (D-WV)
  • Harry Reid (D-NV)
  • Max Baucus (D-MT)
  • Ben Nelson (D-NE)
  • John Tester (D-MT)
  • Kay Hagan (D-NC)
  • Evan Bayh (D-IN)
  • Scott Brown (R-MA)

Tell their staffers, “Please tell the Senator not to vote for the disgusting ENDA bill, S.1584. It would entitle male employees who claim they want to become a woman to use female restroom and shower facilities. We will never forget or forgive the Democrats, especially at midterms, if the Senator votes for this obscene legislation.”

It is clear that ENDA’s greatest vulnerability is its insistence on allowing voyeurs to share bathroom and shower facilities, possibly with your daughter in college.

There has never been a better time to defeat ENDA. New England’s largest homosexual newspaper, www.baywindows.com, admits this.

'And things are looking a little tough for ENDA these days. The right wing has stepped up its rhetoric considerably in recent days, sounding an alarm. An editorial in the conservative Washington Times in DC on April 23 said “first graders should not be forced into the classrooms of teachers undergoing sex changes. Religious broadcasters and faith-based summer camps should not be forced to hire cross-dressers. Women should not be forced to share bathrooms with people with male body parts who say they want to be females. Yet those are some of the likely results if Congress passes ENDA, said the editorial. Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call ran two articles on Monday reporting that support was slipping for ENDA because of the inclusion of gender identity in this year’s bill.'

Let’s grease the skids even more for ENDA, sending it sliding back where it came from: the pit of Hell.


Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization. 

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