Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Voters repeal Pro-LGBT Ordinance in Fayetteville

Last night, Southern Baptist (Hate) leaders helped overturn an anti-discrimination  ordinance.

Folks came out to end the ordinance because it supposedly threatened to religious liberty. Fayetteville's City Council passed the ordinance in a 6-2 vote this past August, but the haters collected enough signatures to place its repeal on the ballot in a special election.

Sadly, it worked. The final unofficial results showed 7,523 votes for repeal and 7,040 votes against it.

But is it over? Hopefully, not!

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