Monday, May 20, 2013

Council Members: Vote against Human Relations appointees who support the Metro Youth Pavilion at Gay Pride Festival

There are several people up for Council confirmation of their appointment to the Human Relations Commission next Tuesday night.  The Human Relations Commission is an organization that serves no purpose except to promote political correctness and should be abolished.  

One of the things the Human Relations Commission does is sponsor a youth pavilion at the Nashville Gay Pride Festival. I am sure many Nashvillians believe that homosexual activity is deviant behavior and a sin.  Metro should not be in the business of normalizing and promoting acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle among our youth.

I would hope that the appointees to the HRC will be questioned and asked if they support Metro’s funding of the youth pavilion at the gay pride event.  If they do, the council members who do not believe this is a proper roll for Metro government should vote against those appointees. 

Below are the list of  the Mayor’s appointees to the Human Relations Commission who will be  up for confirmation by the Council on Tuesday  May 21st.
Human Relations Commission
Reappointment of Ms. Debra Palmer George for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Reappointment of Ms. Sharon Kay for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Appointment of Mr. Richard Kennedy for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Appointment of Ms. Tasha French Lemley for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Reappointment of Mr. Don Peterson for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Reappointment of Mr. Avi Poster for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
Appointment of Mr. Frank Trew for a term expiring April 18, 2016.
If you would like to let your councilman know you would like for them to question and vote against those appointees who support Metro’s funding of a youth pavilion at the Nashivlle Gay Pride festival, follow this link to find the email address of  your councilman and the councilmen-at-large: Contact your Councilman.
I have written my Council member the following short message.
Dean Council Lady Moore,
I do not think it appropriate that Metro should fund a youth pavilion at the Nashville Gay Pride Festival. We should not be sending the message to our youth that homosexuality is normal and acceptable.
Several people are up for confirmation of their appointment to the Human Relations Commission next Tuesday.  I would urge you to question them on their views on Metro’s funding of the youth pavilion at the Nashville Gay Pride Festival. If they support this program, I urge you to vote against their confirmation.
Sincerely
Rod Williams
I am also sending a similar message to all of the Council-Members-at-large and a hand full of other council members who I consider conservatives who I think may be inclined to think that funding a youth pavilion at the Nashville Gay Pride Festival is inappropriate.

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