Tea Party woman is upset with all the gays in the Republican Party


Don’t let the pleasant mug shot (above) fool you.

This woman is not a happy camper, as we see HERE:

The co-founder of the Fort Lauderdale Tea Party compared a pro-gay Republican group to “gay thugs” who have taken over the local Republican party.

In a November email obtained by the Sun-Sentinel, Danita Kilcullen said the Employment Non-Discrimination Act would force employers to “hire someone with orange hair, body/neck/face covered with tattoos, multiple piercings, or a man in a dress … or for that matter, a demonstrative effeminate male or purposeful butch-looking female.” The Log Cabin Republicans, in supporting this legislation, “is a thug organization with only their own ‘special interests’ in play.”

Kilcullen’s email was in response to 10 Republicans joining Democrats to approve ENDA in the Senate. ENDA, whose future remains uncertain in the House of Representatives, outlaws workplace discrimination against sexual orientation or gender identity. Following the vote, Log Cabins praised the Senate and urged Republicans in the House to vote in favor.

Previously, the Tea Party leader has claimed to be a target of Republican attacks because of her anti-gay position. When George Zimmerman was acquitted for murder, Kilcullen responded on Facebook to R&B singer Toni Braxton’s tweets on the matter with, “Yo, girl, you can’t take America’s justice system? Go be an African!!”

She claimed a gay Republican official had hacked her Facebook account.



1 Comment

  1. BBishere2

    ‘Log Cabin Republicans’?

    I agree with Ms Kilcullen’s comments. As a former small business owner I invested my life savings and a substantial amount of time in the operation of my business. Employees were a large part of the operation and their appearance, attitude and overall performance reflected what we, as a business, were in business for. As such, a business owner should not be forced to hire anyone who could not conform to the standards and ideals that the business wanted to portray. Grotesque facial tattoos, piercings, hair colorings and styles are a turn off to the clientele and therefore cost the business money and hurts the reputation of said business within a large part of the community. While such an appearance may attract a niche customer base, that sort of customer base was not the one that I or many other business owners seek.

    Costing a business money reduces profits – thereby reducing the benefits that are available to share with the employees – or even hire employees with. I certainly did not invest my life in my business to have its existence risked by someone who can’t conform to societal standards that are reasonable. People who want to be unique or stand out should expect to be treated as such and suffer the consequences for their actions – they should not be afforded government protection at the expense of small business owners and others who pursue the American dream of building a successful business and serving the bulk of their community.

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