The so-called "fairness' rally in Frankfort Wednesday, was nothing more than an attempt to make it appear that there is a lack of laws on the Kentucky books dealing with things like discrimination and bullying.
But as Martin Cothran, a spokesman for The Family Foundation, said, there is no need for any more laws because they are already there, and so he opposes them for the reason they are really a stealth attack on freedom of speech and religion, which they in fact are.
What is called The Fairness Coalition is simply a group of five organizations representing people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
Most of these types of groups assert they're only working for equality, but that's not true at all. What they want is special treatment, treatment that allows them to flaunt their deviant lifestyles without anyone being able to challenge them on it.
Among the bills introduced, for example, is one which gives special protections to sexually deviant lifestyles. That bill is HB 377, and is being touted as an anti-bullying law.
What does any of this have to do with fairness? Nothing at all. Fairness isn't a human right, and no one has to be forced by law to be fair about anything. One person strangely commented that fairness is among the "major issues of our times."
Major issues of our times? It's in fact one of the most irrelevant so-called issues. It's not even an issue. All it is is a trumped up media prop used to promote the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender agenda.
Sadly, a small contingent of manipulated children from Henry Clay in Lexington, were trained to shout, "Together we stand, together we fight, we demand our equal rights."
No, they're not demanding equal rights, they're demanding special rights and protections that aren't even that, because there are already laws on the books in that regard. Again, this is an attempt to silence the voices of those who expose these tragic lifestyles as that which people need to be delivered out of, not embraced.
The word fairness is only used in order to shout down and shut up opponents because it sounds benign and benevolent. In fact it's a word, when used in the context it is, to not only control the conversation, but silence it.