City Government Demands Hotel Sever Ties With Blacklisted Prop-8 Business

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

(WeHoNews)- "The City of West Hollywood is expected to pass a resolution tonight that demands the Andaz Hotel disaffiliate with a San Diego Hyatt Hotel over a contribution to Yes on 8 made in 2008 - before the Sunset Strip hotel opened...

...the resolution calls for the WeHo’s newest hotel to sever its business ties with the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.

3 comments:

Euripides said...

Uh. Isn't that a wee bit unconstitutional?

Apparently not to gay activists.

Anonymous said...

Boycott the Hyatt. We Will not be duped by Hyatt's marketing strategy to lure our dollars into their hotels when Hyatt Owners Like Doug Manchester use those profits to donated against our civil rights!

Hmmmm ... please explain your definition of civil rights please. Last time I checked, everyone was under the same criteria if they want to get married. The spouse must not be a near relative, must be of age, must be of the opposite sex. Why is it your right to force us to change the traditional (and logical) definition of marriage to whatever you want?

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