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Obama lgbt executive order

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It’s gone relatively unreported, but on Monday, President Obama signed yet another executive order- this time targeting the religious rights of Americans.

The new executive edict issued by Obama prohibits federal contractors from discriminating against homosexuals and those who identify as a different gender than that which they were assigned at birth.

The move is sure to delight many on the left and even some on the right; however, the executive order is sure to rile those who value the Constitution’s separation of powers….

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It is high time that Barack Obama stick that darned pen where the sun does not shine.

That being said, the Heritage Foundation timed the following article perfectly but their timing is nothing compared to the timing of the actions taken by the gay mafia against JP Morgan Chase.

After Asking Employees to Reveal Personal Beliefs, Chase Faces Boycott

Daily Signal

Over 4,000 Americans have signed a petition to boycott Chase bank over a company survey that probed employees about their sexual orientation and personal beliefs.

The National Organization for Marriage’s campaign, ‘Void Chase,’ urges customers across the globe to take their banking business elsewhere until JPMorgan Chase apologizes and promises ‘never again to invade the privacy of your employees in this way.’

The effort is the result of  what critics call an invasive survey that asked whether Chase employees identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, or as an ‘LGBT ally.’

Robert P. George, a law professor at Princeton University and co-author of a book on the definition of marriage, first reported on the survey on his law blog, Mirror of Justice, after a JPMorgan Chase employee brought it to his attention.

The petition, addressed to JPMorgan Chase’s CEO and Board of Directors, says the survey ‘creates a menacing and hostile environment for employees who may not answer in the politically approved way.’

It also asserts the LGBT questions ‘violated for both your employees and consumers the central value in any banking relationship – trust….’

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Reprinted with permission, Heritage Foundation.