Anyway, when I heard about jackass Eyman's intention, I began to wonder how you could possibly justify such a move in the press. I mean, is there any appeal other than to straight-up bigotry? How can you possibly argue that anti-discrimination laws are undesirable? So I did a bit of searching and found that, unsurprisingly, he's not providing any explanation:
Eyman would not discuss his motivation for filing the measures except to say that voters should have the right to decide an issue this important and that "I do not believe a majority of voters are in favor of preferential treatment based on what group they belong to."
Uh, jackass, anti-discrimination isn't the same as preferential treatment. What this means is that you can't decide not to rent an apartment to a couple solely because they are gay, or to deny them a job for which they are qualified for the same reason. He doesn't attempt any other explanation because we all know that it boils down to conservative bigotry. The Christian Coalition of Washington is backing Eyman's effort. So, fuck you to Tim Eyman and to any so-called Christians who support discrimination.