Concerned Women for America Gets its Priorities Straight
Based on their media releases over the past 24 hours, we can determine that Concerned Women for America finds two things to be absolutely beyond the pale.
One: The RNC paying for a night at a Hollywood bondage-themed nightclub.
Did they really agree to reimburse nearly $2,000 for a bondage-themed night club? We have several questions: For the Republican National Committee, why would a staffer believe that this is acceptable, and has this kind of thing been approved in the past.
… As women we find the very idea of officials from either party approving of endeavors that objectify and demean women outrageous. This kind of behavior is not appropriate for national leaders that our children should be able to look up to as role models, and that our daughters could be working for. Did you really swill drinks, ogle young girls, and plan party business at this kind of establishment? Please explain!
Two: Gay activists getting jobs in the Obama administration.
Over the weekend, President Obama bypassed the Senate confirmation process to appoint radical homosexual activist Chai Feldblum to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) while the Senate was out for the Easter recess.
Feldblum is the primary author of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which forces employers to hire homosexuals and other sexually confused individuals despite their moral or religious objections. As a commissioner, Feldblum’s fanatical ideology would negatively shape the EEOC and its decisions.
“In this position, Feldblum would not be impartial in her decision-making process. From her own account, Feldblum would have a difficult time ever deciding that religious liberties should trump homosexual rights,” said Shari Rendall, Director of Legislation and Public Policy.
“She is way beyond what most Americans would consider mainstream. Feldblum not only asserts that ‘gay sex is morally good,’ she also believes in polygamous relationships.”
Just to emphasize how different the Young Eagles’ view of what’s fun and acceptable is from that of the base that Michael Steele needs to keep on his side.