We are thrilled to announce that the Tacoholics Taco Truck will be at the Love Rally on Nov. 30 at the Word of Life Church starting at 6:30 p.m. Jess Pena, owner of Tacoholics will be cooking up delicious top sirloin street tacos for everyone in attendance. His tacos are AWESOME!
Thanks to the Law Offices of Lyda Ness-Garcia, the first 25 customers at the taco truck will be treated to a free meal! Lyda knows just how much energy you need at a rally and Jesse's tacos are a great source of protein.
Because this rally is about love and solidarity, we are not going to spend any time spreading Preacher Tom Brown's crazy, hateful messages. I bring this up as many of you have asked why don't I post his videos on exorcising the gay spirit out of people, and other crazy You Tube videos he created. If you want to circulate these items, please do, I'm just not going to use this blog to spread hate; Love and tacos only.
Please help spread the word about the rally and cut and paste the press release below into an email message to send to all of our email contacts and friends.
For Immediate Release: November 24, 2010
Contact: Lisa Degliantoni, firstname.lastname@example.org
El Paso, TX – Did you vote for the city to extend benefits to domestic partners? Join your fellow El Pasoans supporting equal rights for a night of solidarity, love and peaceful protest at the Word of Life Church where Pastor Tom Brown will be preaching on Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m.
Pastor Tom Brown is the author and driving force behind the voter approved ordinance to remove health insurance benefits for domestic partners employed by the City of El Paso. His objection to the ordinance stems from a belief that homosexuality is an immoral threat to "family values" and that homosexuals choose to behave in a sinful fashion. This goes against overwhelming scientific, medical and psychological findings which demonstrate that homosexual orientation is a normal part of life. It also continues a long struggle by the El Paso LGBTQ community and straight supporters to battle harmful misconceptions and discrimination. The movement for equal human rights is especially critical now given the rash of bullying against gay youth - even here in El Paso - and an alarming increase in suicides.
For the rally, everyone is encouraged to bring a sign that illustrates love (e.g. "Everyone Deserves Love & Health Benefits", "God Loves All His Children") to show Pastor Tom Brown and his followers that El Paso stands for equal rights and against harmful discrimination.
The first 25 people to arrive at the Love Rally get a free meal from the Tacoholics Taco Truck compliments of Law Office of Lyda Ness-Garcia PC.
When: Tuesday, November 30 · 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Where: Word of Life Church, 11675 Pratt Ave., El Paso, TX 79936
For more information contact Lisa Degliantoni at email@example.com.