Monday, November 16, 2015

Woodfill proposes moving RPT convention from Dallas!!!


"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."
Matthew 6:23

We LOVE this:
Below is the text of a Resolution to move the 2016 Republican Party of Texas Convention from Dallas. This will be submitted at the upcoming Executive Committee meetings of the Dallas County Republican Party and Harris County Republican Party, both being held tomorrow night, Monday, November 16, 2015.
 
Harris County Republican Party Executive Committee, 7232 Wynnwood Ln, Houston, TX 77008 at 7:00 pm.
 
Dallas County Republican Party Executive Committee, Prestonwood Baptist Church, Dallas Campus, 12123 Hillcrest Rd. (Hillcrest and Forest) at 6:30 pm.
 
Precinct Chairs are encouraged to attend the meeting and support the resolution. If you are not a Precinct Chair, please contact your Precinct Chair before 7:00 pm tomorrow and encourage them to support the resolution: Dallas County Pct ChairsHarris County Pct Chairs. If you do not live in Dallas or Harris County, please submit the resolution to your County Executive Committee. It is time to send a clear message to the radical left!
 
WHEREAS, the Republican Party has a long history supporting and advancing traditional family values and opposing special privileges for any specific class of people and;
 
WHEREAS, the LGBT community is aggressively pursuing a radical agenda that includes special privileges at the expense of others including allowing biological males and females to enter the restrooms of the opposite sex and;
 
WHEREAS, allowing men into women's restrooms and similar facilities poses a real danger to our mothers, wives, sisters and daughters and;
 
WHEREAS, Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Houston City Council passed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance which expanded rights for transgender persons including provisions to allow men into women's restrooms and;
 
WHEREAS, the voters of Houston overwhelmingly rejected by a 61% to 39% margin Houston's Proposition 1, which would have implemented the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, on November 3, 2015 and;
 
WHEREAS, the Dallas City Council voted on November 10, 2015, just one week after the defeat of Houston's Proposition 1, to expand protections for transgender persons which would allow men into women's restrooms and;
 
WHEREAS, the vote by Dallas City Council was an obvious act of contempt for conservative Republican values and the vote of a majority of Houstonians and;
 
WHEREAS, the Republican Party of Texas has selected the city of Dallas for its 2016 Republican State Convention to be held from May 12-14, 2016 and;
 
WHEREAS, the city of Dallas should not be rewarded economically for its contempt for traditional values by hosting the Republican State Convention.
 
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Harris County Republican Party calls on the Republican Party of Texas to immediately move the 2016 Republican State Convention from the city of Dallas to another Texas city that respects our Republican values and does not allow for persons to enter the restrooms of the opposite sex and;
 
THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Harris County Republican Party calls for the opposition of any ordinance, statute or law that permits a biological male or female to enter the public restrooms or similar facilities of the opposite sex and;
 
THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Harris County Republican Party calls for the defeat of any candidate for office who votes for or supports any legislation by law, statute, ordinance or otherwise that makes it lawful for a person to enter the restroom or similar facility of the opposite sex on the grounds of gender identity or expression and;
 
BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to media and to the Republican Party of Texas, including all officers and members of the State Republican Executive Committee.
 
You are encouraged to offer this Resolution at the Executive Committee meeting in your county.Download the Resolution here and modify it for your jurisdiction.
There are two underlying issues: the wretched substance of these bathroom ordinances (on the grounds of both individual liberty and public safety) AND the obvious middle finger the Dallas City Council intended to extend to voters in Houston.  Both issues deserve a response.  The majority party in this state has the opportunity to stand with the landslide majority in the state's largest city and simultaneously send a message to petty local fascists everywhere.

Bottom Line: What's good for the goose is good for the gander.  The hardline leftists always go for the economic jugular while conservatives are passive.  The #SJW lynch mob will continue to destroy innocent pizzerias until the silent majority votes with their dollars and their feet.

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