Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Hypocrisy Now!

Posted By on Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 12:28 PM

Could the march of the metrosexual agenda be an indicator of the coming homosexual agenda?
  • Could the march of the metrosexual agenda be an indicator of the coming 'homosexual agenda'?
It wasn’t too long ago — Jan. 4, in fact — that William Morgan, CEO of Nashville-based industrial equipment manufacturer John Bouchard & Sons, sent an email to a number of local business-types alerting them of the newest step forward in the march of the “homosexual agenda”*: an ordinance extending Metro’s LGBT-friendly nondiscrimination policy to businesses that contract with the city. The Metro Council passed the bill last night.

Morgan organized the infamous meeting of 40 or so business people and two elected officials at Lifeway in January. He’s been one of the most ardent voices against the bill, putting his corporate shoulder into the argument that a law requiring businesses doing their deeds in Davidson County to abide by a policy protecting gays, lesbians and transgender people in the workforce would incontrovertibly hinder the free market. He foreshadowed that dramatic conclusion in his invitation to the Lifeway party:

“The meeting will lay out the wide-reaching impact of this ordinance, what can be done to defeat it, and the next item on the homosexual agenda if this passes (which is to require all businesses domiciled in Davidson County to adopt these same policies)," he wrote.

It’s odd, then, that Morgan’s company would find itself in just such a precarious situation as he laid out there. John Bouchard & Sons is on the short list for business in famed homosexual haven Louisville, Ky., one of the first U.S. cities to pass a city- and countywide LGBT-friendly nondiscrimination policy — in 1999. In fact, the company has been on the list of pre-approved contractors for the city’s Metropolitan Sewer District since March 2008. Check out the list here.

Business is business, after all — and it turns out hating isn’t such good business.

*To use the Morganian parlance.

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