Idaho GOP Wants to Abolish Anti-Discrimination Laws

I’d hire a gay guy if I thought he was a good worker. But if he comes into work in a tutu … he’s not producing what I want in my office. … If a guy has a particular predilection and keeps it to himself, that’s fine. But if he wants to use my business as a platform for his lifestyle, why should I have to subsidize that? And that’s what these anti-discrimination laws do.

— Cornel Rasor, chairman of the Idaho GOP’s resolutions committee, commenting on Idaho Republican Party leaders calling on state lawmakers to invalidate local ordinances that ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, the Spokesman-Review reports.