A small corps of LGBT political insiders, speaking on condition that they not be identified, believe the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is headed for almost certain defeat this year because supporters can’t line up the 60 votes in the Senate needed to overcome a filibuster.
And then there’s Gramma Frump:
Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, said securing enough U.S. Senate votes to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination act is ‘a challenge,’ but she remains ‘optimistic’ the bill will pass.
Well, that’s all I can write at the moment.
Arte Johnson is at the door, and he’s mumbling something about the hereafter. Who knew he was such a big fan of The Sixth Sense?