The battle is over special rights for homosexuals in Kalamazoo, Ordinance 1865
For a full analysis of What will Ordinance 1865 do?
Basically it is another attempt by homosexual activists for special rights… to FORCE BY LAW, EVERYONE else to accept, approve, and endorse their choices. And since the ordinance, includes ‘gender identity’, this legally recognizes an individual defining himself as the opposite sex, in this case male transgendered could “legally” use woman’s bathrooms, locker rooms and showers.
And they are well funded by Kalamazoo billionaire homosexual activist Jon Stryker and other out of state groups.
By Kathy Jessup | Kalamazoo Gazette
October 24, 2009, 9:10AM
KALAMAZOO — A political interest group supporting an anti-discrimination (notice that they call it anti-discrimination when its not) ordinance on the city’s Nov. 3 ballot has raised a possible record campaign war chest for a Kalamazoo County election.
Based on pre-election campaign-finance reports filed Friday with the Kalamazoo County Clerk’s Office, One Kalamazoo has raised nearly $350,000 in cash and in-kind contributions, more than 10 times the $34,000 reported by Kalamazoo Citizens Voting NO to Special Rights Discrimination, a group opposing the proposed ordinance.
“If it’s not a record, it’s certainly right up there,” said Kalamazoo County Clerk Tim Snow….
While Hoadley said 77 percent of the group’s donations were for $50 or less, One Kalamazoo’s report shows some five-figure contributions, most from donors with addresses outside Michigan.
For example, the Washington, D.C.-based National Gay and Lesbian Task Force made the largest, single in-kind contribution, spending nearly $75,000 on behalf of the Kalamazoo campaign for “donated labor” and “travel, lodging and printing.”
A South Dakota gay-rights activist sent a check for $35,000. A Colorado-based organization chipped in $5,000.
Kalamazoo philanthropist(code for radical homosexual agenda) and gay (homosexual)-rights supporter Jon Stryker also has had a substantial imprint on One Kalamazoo’s financing.
The financial reports show that Stryker made a $30,000 cash contribution to the group and paid for nearly $23,000 in polling services as an in-kind donation.
Locally, the Kalamazoo County Democratic Party contributed $10,200 to the pro-ordinance effort.
One Kalamazoo says its spent about $122,000, much of that on professional campaign firms in the Lansing and Washington, D.C., areas.
Both groups may continue to raise and spend money on their campaigns. Final spending totals are not due to be reported until Dec. 3.
Bottom line: Help is needed in Kalamazoo. If this passes expect to be fighting it in your backyard
To help in any way to fight this please go to Kalamazoo Citizens Voting NO to Special Rights Discrimination There is only 8 DAYS left before the November 3rd vote
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