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11/12/2013

ENDA? It's basically a deadly spider, claims MN conservative

by Jeremy Hooper

Protecting workers from discrimination is the venom; the Employment NonDiscrimination Act is the bug:

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“[ENDA] is a legislative ‘spiny spider'”...“While most animals use color to attract mates, the Australian spiny spider uses ‘lethal color’ to attract prey to its inescapable web. The ENDA bill operates the same way, dressed up in bright ‘anti-discrimination’ colors promising us all social justice. Ironically, the bill itself is a tangled web of discrimination against people of faith, and we would be wise to steer clear.

Autumn Leva, director of legislative affairs and communications for Minnesota Family Council

Says a practitioner of a political movement that only exists because of its success in shading its pro-discrimination mission in colorful language about "values" and "protection."

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