Crazy “Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt: ‘ENDA Is the End of the World for Christian Employers”

Crazy Kleinschmitt

Court marshalled and disgraced anti-gay ex-military chaplin “Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt is up in arms over over ENDA (The Employment Non-Discrimination Act) be introduced in both the House and the Senate, which will prohibit “employers, employment agencies, and labor unions from from firing people just because they are LGBT claiming that it would be “the end of the world for Christian employers.”

“ENDA is the end of the world for Christian employers,” Klingenschmitt claimed, saying that ENDA is not about equality but rather “bankrupting Christian business owners.” and forcing major corporations “to give homosexual bonus pay to your gay or lesbian lover”

Crazy Klingenschmit goes on to assert that there is a demonic spirit at work behind the push for this legislation before asking why gays and lesbians should be entitled to employment protections when they are not going to Heaven.

“If the Bible will not give eternal benefits to homosexuals, if they cannot inherit the kingdom of God, why,” Klingenschmitt asked, “on this world, should they get bonus pay or employment benefits?”

Craaaaaaaaaaazy man.  I mean LITERALLY, FUCKING CRAZY MAN.

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1 thought on “Crazy “Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt: ‘ENDA Is the End of the World for Christian Employers”

  1. Well, and what is wrong with the end of christian employers?
    Nothing as far as I am concerned!

    What does being christian add to being an employer? Nothing!
    The only thing that is added to being a christian and an employer is that such a person claims the right to exclude certain people or groups based on his personal or private religious believes…….
    It does not add social commitment to him being an employer, as when being a christian employers social and compassion is not included, and it does not add any commercial or financial knowledge to being an employer……..

    Neither does being a christian employer add knowledge to being an employer, or the desire to develop or improve…….. unless it is for one’s own personal profit (and that of the christian community!)

    Persons or organizations outside the christian community do not profit from a christian employer, do they? They are more often then not excluded, simply based on the principle “not being part of the group”…

    Religions in being an employer is sick, irrelevant, forcing people to adhere to values and norms that often are their own, and thus robbing people of their constitutional rights!

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