Houston Mayor Annise Parker Lies About Daughter’s Driver’s License
Homosexuals have always portrayed themselves as victims. Sure, there is some violence against homosexuals as there is against blacks, Jews, rich people, poor people, the homeless, young people, women, and nearly every other group.
Homosexuals, however, have turned it into political theater. When Matthew Shepard was beaten and murdered, it was because of his homosexuality, even though it was a lie. In truth, he was murdered by his bisexual ‘lover’ and drug dealer.
Then there was the death of Ryan White who died from AIDS. He was a hemophiliac and got the disease through a blood transfusion, most likely from a drug user or homosexual. The homosexual community latched on to the funeral and used it to advocate for AID’s funding. White was a victim and used by homosexuals to pass along the canard that anybody could get AIDS.
Lesbian mayor of Houston Annise Parker has run roughshod over Christians with her demand for sermons and speeches about what pastors said about her and the “Bathroom Bill.”
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To garner sympathy for her homosexual relationship and imply that homosexuals like her are persecuted on a daily basis for her “alternative lifestyle,” made the claim that her daughter was denied a driver’s license because she had “two moms.”
Here’s how the mayor presented the story:
Teenagers come from all types of family relationships: intact families, single-parent homes, divorced, remarried, orphans, etc. All the DMV requires is documentation that a person is the right age and is a resident of the state and county. People are often told that they need more or better documentation. It happens all the time.
Isn’t it ironic that Mayor Parker is complaining about the validity of her daughter’s residency information when she and her legal minions tossed out 55,000 names on a petition that would have put a Houston ordinance up for a vote in November? Talk about not seeing the forest for the trees!
Texas Department of Public Safety Press Secretary Tom Vinger sets the record straight:
“All individuals applying for their first Texas driver license must provide a variety of documents to prove their identity, Social Security Number, U.S. citizenship or lawful presence status, and Texas residency. In this case, the adult applicant did not initially present sufficient documentation to prove residency. Once she provided the required documentation, she was able to complete the transaction. There is no indication that any delay in the process was related to same-sex marriage.”
Homosexuals have been good at self-promotion and playing the part of victim, and if you disagree with their sexual choices, they will do almost anything to silence you. Their call for freedom of choice and tolerance only applies to them and their causes.
Annise Parker’s actions in subpoenaing pastors for the content of their sermons and private communications in a battle over the validity of a petition is prima facie evidence that tolerance is a one-way street.