According to BlackChristianNews.com, when Houston’s Mayor Annise Parker pushed through an “anti-discrimination” ordinance providing special rights and benefits for homosexuals and transgendered individuals, a coalition of pastors and leaders launched a petition drive that garnered more than 50,000 signatures. The petition, which sought to put the ordinance before the city’s voters, only needed 17,269 signatures to be successful. However, then-City Attorney David Feldman kicked out enough signatures to disqualify the election, spurring petition backers to sue. Last week, Judge Robert Schaffer ruled proponents were a little over 500 signatures short of the number needed.
Do you see why we say, we as Christians should rule our government? If we are in power, there's no way the judicial system can freely support people like Mayor Parker.
Source and Photo: BlackChristianNews.com