The bullies lost.
After a nearly 18-month slugfest, Houston’s LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance was crushed in a landslide defeat Tuesday – rejected by 61 percent of voters.
“The people of the city have spoken and they have spoken loudly,” Houston pastor Steve Riggle told me.
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The nation’s fourth largest city sent a clear message to City Hall: men who identify as women are not welcome in the ladies room.
Just because you believe in the traditional definition of marriage does not make you a rightwing homophobic bigot. Enough is enough.
“Their message was clear and strong for religious liberty and for the dignity of each unique human being made in the image of God,” Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd told me.
While it was a good night for religious liberty, it turned out to be a bad night for the city’s openly lesbian mayor.
Democratic Mayor Annise Parker and her minions had bullied and intimidated the city’s Christian community for months. Her administration went so far as to issue subpoenas against five pastors – demanding they turn over their sermons to the government.
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