Unions Hook Up With Homosexual Lobby Again-- Vote to support ENDA in Congress
The fight against the Gay Bill of Special Rights is growing even tougher.
America's largest labor union, the AFL-CIO has dedicated their organization to pushing S.815, the so-called Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).
Just last month, the AFL-CIO leadership voted unanimously to adopt Resolution 37.
Resolution 37 "vows to redouble the AFL-CIO's support for passage of ENDA."
This support is critical for the possible victory of the Homosexual Lobby.
Leaders of the Homosexual Lobby are gleefully predicting this resolution will apply special pressure to Senators Mark Pryor (AR), Joe Manchin (WV), and Bill Nelson (FL).
These are the last three Democrat senators to not sign on as co-sponsors of S.815.
And all are susceptible to union pressure.
The Homosexual Lobby is desperate to get enough senators behind their bill to pass it with 60 votes -- so that it is not vulnerable to a filibuster.
Public Advocate has been working tirelessly to oppose the Gay Bill of Special Rights in the Senate.
Public Advocate is running political programs in Utah, Illinois, Alaska, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, West Virginia and North Carolina.
But the Homosexual Lobby is spending their vast resources to ram their agenda through.
Members of any organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO have been asked to contact their union representative right away and let them know how disgusted they are by Resolution 37.