These ‘marriages’ are symbolic same-sex marriage ceremony for six couples as part of the annual Pride festival on Courthouse Square in downtown Dayton so that her personal agenda will be for everyone to be forced onto everyone.
The Old Courthouse was preserved both for its significance to Dayton’s history – In 1859, Abraham Lincoln stood on its stone steps to address the community during his presidential campaign. I can only imagine how horrified President Lincoln would be if he were alive to see this blatant sideshow where he stood protecting our liberties.
‘Mayor’ Nan Whaley also is importing so-called Islamic refugees calling it an ‘economic boost’ while actively attending Planned Parenthood events – including a recent meeting in Cincinnati to raise funds for abortions. This is not a mayor, this is an AGENDA. If she can turn her back to the most innocent, vulnerable and underserved of Dayton, how can the residents of Dayton trust her? The answer is that WE CANNOT TRUST NAN WHALEY TO SERVE ALL OF THE PEOPLE.
Is homosexuality of any kind anti-life? YES – Life is maintained through NATURAL procreation of one man & one woman. Just because ‘man’ has made a way – taking God out of the equation – to make designer children in petri dishes to satisfy their lifestyle choice does not make it right, correct or holy because homosexuality has never been right, correct or holy.
“For us in the city, we are proud of our record of being open to everyone and promoting equality,” she said. Whaley is only ‘open’ to those that seek to take our religious freedoms and civil liberties away while promoting homosexuality, abortion, Islam and the AFL-CIO.
“The city of Dayton has assured itself of the judgement of God Almighty of which it sorely deserves for its promotion of The Islamic and LGBT agenda’s by its elected so-called leadership, said Rev. J.S. Marple of the recent debacle.
This horrible mistake of a Mayor is making an already economically depressed city that is LOSING residents impossible for middle class families to live and business and churches to thrive.
Dayton needs to refocus and redefine its priorities before there is no one to lead.