As usual we were going about our business soaring through various and sundry informative websites and blogs when S-L-A-P! It feels as though someone has just blazed a flat, wet-hand across your face on a freezing cold winter’s day. Know the feeling?
In this particular matter we were doing our level best to research where the Elaine Huguenin case sits as far as appeals, and your general special interest trying to watch out for one of the gravest travesties of the 21st century. For those who don’t recall a quick, very quick refresher: (Also, please click here.)
Shortly thereafter Elaine and Jon Huguenin were being sued by Vanessa Willock in front of the New Mexico Human Rights Commission for discrimination based on ‘sexual orientation.’ What? Yep that’s right; it’s ugly, it’s wrong, it’s immoral, lacks any kind of integrity and is void of any humane dignity.
During our search we went back over the particulars and much to our amazement we ran across this quote below by the Alliance Defense Fund’s Senior Counsel, Kevin Theriot, that simply stuck out so conspicuously — “…thoughts, beliefs, and emotions they have that are not considered to be ‘politically correct.'” (Must read so click here.)
As mentioned in previous writings – please see the tab marked Political Correctness on the Home page of The Thinker – especially where linguists, academians, and other scholars believe that the quickest way to defragment or disrupt and change a society is by changing its language which is believed is the major culprit behind being politically correct. Just a few examples: “Undocumented worker,” a “Blank – American” (hyphenated) and “handicapped to disabled” for a few examples.
Just for the record we like to inform everyone who reads this article or anything whatsoever about this case (Willock v. Elane Photography) that of the first part: Same-sex marriage or commitment ceremonies or civil unions — anything to do with the union of same-sex partners is illegal in New Mexico. Notice how decietful and scheming Willock was when she went to the New Mexico Human Rights Commission to bring suit. We are of the opinion that if an ‘act’ is deemed illegal in a state then anything to do with that act would likewise be illegal.
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