Jim Naugle has himself in a bind. He is the mayor of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and he has taken a stand against promoting the homosexual lifestyle. He believes the prevalence of homosexual interaction on the beaches is hurting the community and its image. The local visitors and tourism department disagrees. They have levied their own attack—against the mayor. Apparently, gays are a lucrative tourism market, and those who are in Ft. Lauderdale for income may face negative cash flow if the homosexual tourist population decides to take their green to another beach. What might you do if you were the mayor, thinking about equal rights and privileges, the good of the community, faithfulness to God’s calling, etc?