A few days ago I posted a video from some kindred spirits from the State of Washington alerting us all that if "gay marriage" becomes law, attempts would be made to stifle all voices that oppose this gross attack on the God-ordained institution. Well, the MD "gay marriage" bill has not even yet been brought to a vote and already supporters of real marriage are facing retribution for their opposition to this proposed law.
In July, I advised all that the Washington Blade made public 110,000 of the signers of the petition to put MD's "gay marriage" bill on the ballot. Among those names was Angela McCaskill. Until a few days ago, she was chief diversity officer of Gallaudet University. Another Gallaudet employee noticed her name on the petition and complained to University officials. Gallaudet President T. Alan Hurwitz suspended her while he considers future action.
In other words, he knows he's catching well-deserved flack. Even the gay-marriage proponents see this as an attack on Dr. McCaskill's rights as a citizen. But perhaps the flack isn't all that might be causing Hurwitz to consider the errors of his ways. Boys and girls, can we say "lawsuit"?
The legal discussion, plus relevant DC City Code can be found here. If Gallaudet doesn't do right by Dr. McCaskill, I hope she does indeed file suit against them.