The homosexual quota for federal judges

Posted: March 18, 20111:00 am Eastern

By Mario Diaz © 2011

Liberal Democrats have formed a strong allegiance with the lesbian, "gay," bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. President Obama is doing everything in his power to promote their agenda throughout all areas of government, and the judiciary is no exception.

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., said recently he "was shocked to learn there were no openly gay male judges on the entire federal bench," so liberals have set out on a crusade to rectify that, effectively implementing homosexual quotas.

I say "homosexual quotas," because that is the extent of their "commitment" for now. Although they talk about the LGBT community, they are not quite prepared to force men dressed as women down your throat ... yet.

Last year, Sen. Schumer kicked off his campaign to meet this homosexual quota by taking marching orders from the Human Right Campaign (HRC), the nation's most radical pro-homosexual group, and recommending Daniel Alter to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. HRC had been campaigning for the openly homosexual Alters since December 2008. At an HRC dinner, Schumer said Alter was "a history-maker who will be the first openly gay male judge."

Of course, being a homosexual has nothing to do with someone's judicial qualifications, but what the liberals know is that by doing this, they ensure the political backing of those very powerful pro-homosexual groups.

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