I got a little fired up and wordy yesterday and posted a blog about Pastor Tom Brown and his band of merry El Pasoans for Traditional Family Values minions. You can read the very long original here. I posted the link on Mike and Tricia's Facebook page, and Andrew Neblock said separation of Church and State being in the US Constitution was a popular myth. So is it in there or not?
El Pasoans for Traditional Values and Pastor Tom Brown are still locked in a battle with Mayor John Cook, and city reps Steve Ortega and Susie Byrd over the domestic partner issues. EPTV and Brown wanted Cook et al kicked out office when all this began because they reinstated health benefits for gay and unmarried partners of city employees. But now they say the fight is about voters' rights.
Things got a little heated at City Council yesterday, but it had nothing to do with the triple digit temperature. Mayor John Cook had to break a tie to undo what voters did last November, namely, taking away benefits from about 100 people.
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