Monday, March 24, 2008

Kentucky Family Foundation slapped in the face!

If the House Standing Committee on Health & Welfare vote not to ban domestic partner benefits at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky proved one thing (as if we didn’t know)….. the Family Foundation of Kentucky is a bigoted, hateful organization. The Family Foundation of Kentucky hasn’t done anything to stop smoking, mental health, etc. They don’t want to embrace families; they want to divide them. Their sole purpose would seem to be to oppose homosexuality; organizations like theirs are one reason some teenagers in Kentucky are driven to suicide.

I agree with Representative Watkins…. “these [family health such as smoking, mental health] things would seem to be a priority for a family foundation.” On the Family Foundation website, it says “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" - Dr. Edmund Burke.” We couldn’t agree more; and we’re pleased the House slapped you all in the face!

Thank you to all Representatives and House Leadership who agreed to speak to Kentucky Equality Federation management and agents about the issue during the legislative session.

Watch the video: Click here and select: Mar 20 House Health and Welfare (this is a MUST watch for everyone)!


4 comments:

Sarah G said...

I am glad that legislators are beginning to defy the so-called 'Family' Foundation. After being told repeatedly by legislators that losing fundie support would cost them votes, the winds have changed. Maybe they finally figured out that fundies weren't going to vote Democratic anyway (which would erode their GOP power base), or perhaps the FF has finally fallen into disfavor. I hope both are true.

Anonymous said...

The Family Foundation of KY is nothing but a bunch of haters, no better than the KKK as you said last year.

sarah said...

Yes i do agree that legislators are be are beginning to defy the so-called 'Family' Foundation. After being told repeatedly by legislators that losing fundie support would cost them votes, the winds have changed.Maybe they finally figured out that fundies weren't going to vote Democratic anyway (which would erode their GOP power base), or perhaps the FF has finally fallen into disfavor.ya ido hope that both are true
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