Public Advocate of the United States is proud to announce that Scott Bloch, Special Counsel at the U.S. Office of Special Counsel is August's Family Advocate of the Month. Bloch has come under fire for removing sexual orientation from the OSC's guidelines that outline what classes of people are protected from being fired or demoted based upon the class.
An openly homosexual Clinton Special Counsel arbitrarily entered "sexual orientation" into the guidelines, unilaterally putting it in the same class as race, ethnicity, and religion. Bloch has now come on fire for following the law as passed by congress and taking sexual orientation out of the guidelines.
"The left is attacking Scott Bloch because he believes that laws are supposed to be passed by congress, not enacted by a rouge lawyer who is taking orders form the Radical Homosexual Lobby," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio when announcing the award. "It is unthinkable that the Bush White House will not stand by their appointed Special Counsel as he fights judicial activism and the homosexual lobby."
Each month Public Advocate announces a Family Advocate of the Month, who must be an individual who courageously stands up against political correctness and for the American Family. Recipients are given an award of $100, which the can choose to put towards a charity of their choice.
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