Mandated by conscience and constitution

On January 5, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors adopted a motion by Supervisor Stevens Miller, adding “sexual orientation and gender identity” to the county government’s employment nondiscrimination policy.

Here you can clearly see who was grandstanding and wasting board time, trying to make a matter of simple workplace fairness – codifying what the county already does, and making clear to potential hires that Loudoun has an inclusive policy – into a divisive, partisan issue. This is an exercise in creating a controversy where none exists. Plus, they invoke the insufferably silly “bathroom” argument.

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5 Responses to Mandated by conscience and constitution

  1. James Young says:

    People who have no standards seldom understand those who do.

  2. David says:

    Clearly I have standards, then, as I understand you perfectly. You would be at home in Uganda.

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