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On Virginia Law and AG Cuccinelli

During theĀ  2010 General Assembly session, a number of bills were killed by one body or the other. The bills advocating the state grant special status to gays, adding “sexual orientation” to Virginia’s anti-discrimination laws were one. Other bills that were killed called for additional restrictions on abortion, and easing handgun restrictions.

I am just wondering that if a state university should deem it appropriate to adopt an anti-abortion stance identical to a defeated bill, or pro-gun policies as called for in other defeated bills would cause as much illogical response should the Attorney General offer an opinion that the schools overstepped their authority under the law?

The ignorance on display by the left and the gay community boggles the mind. The juvenile temper tantrums being thrown really portray these groups in a bad light.

And the fact that no one is claiming discrimination based on sexual orientation at any Virginia University just makes you look silly.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

2 Responses to “On Virginia Law and AG Cuccinelli”

  1. Venu says:

    If I argue gender discrimination no longer exists, should it not be a protected status?

  2. Tom White says:

    When gender discrimination was added to the State Law books, it did exist, prompting a need for a law. There are presently no universities that have turned down an applicant or a job seeker because of their sexual orientation. In fact, quite the opposite is true. Most universities, given the choice, would turn down a straight person in favor of a gay person if they knew.

    If discrimination were a concern, then do you think the gay protest that was supposed to happen at Monroe Park (VCU) would have been scheduled? Do any of the participants fear being expelled?

    Ironically, their freedom to protest without fear of reprisal proves that protection is not needed.


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