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     I am not sure which one poses a greater danger– Kevin Jennings and his agenda to promote homosexuality, or Chai Feldblum who supported the concept of alternative marriages, which include “queer couples to queer couples” for the joint raising of children.

From Conservative.com:

EEOC Nominee Contested by Religious Conservatives

By Amanda Carpenter | Dec 15, 8:34 AM“Safe schools czar” Kevin Jennings isn’t the only Obama appointee getting an earful from religious conservatives.

 Gay rights activist Chai Feldblum’s nomination to become a commissioner on the five-person Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) board is also vehemently opposed by family-values groups.

Her nomination was passed out of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee last week and is now headed for a full Senate vote. Groups such as the Traditional Values Coalition, Focus on the Family, Liberty Counsel and Concerned Women for America are questioning things Ms. Feldblum, who is openly gay, has said in recent years about the usefulness of marriage and the way religious freedom is, in her view, at odds with sexual freedom.

One of the religious advocates’ biggest complaints is Ms. Feldblum’s support of a 2006 petition for Beyond Marriage, a group that advocates expanding the definition of marriage. “Marriage is not the only worthy form of family or relationship, and it should not be legally and economically privileged above all others,” the petition said.

The petition demanded that the government start recognizing nontraditional families, including “queer couples who decide to jointly create and raise a child with another queer person or couple, in two households” and “committed, loving households in which there is more than one conjugal partner.”

The latter statement prompted widespread criticism, leading the education committee’s Democratic chairman to bring it up in a hearing.

For full article: http://theconservatives.com/2009/12/15/eeoc-nominee-contested-by-religious-conservatives.html

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