This post is a follow-up to this one from last week.
North Carolina stands up to the feds and its common sense “bathroom” law.
North Carolina filed a lawsuit Monday against the federal government in a fight for a state law that limits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
I love that lede. “[L]imits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people?” C’mon AP. Nice try to characterize this common sense legislation as persecuting a bunch of liberal mascot groups, but you’re wrong. I don’t think when males or females use a public facility, anyone can tell the first thing about their sexuality. (I am excluding certain restrooms in certain notorious locations, if you know what I mean.) No one is suggesting that how a person experiences sexual pleasure should have the first thing to do with which bathroom he or she uses. So much for the “lesbian, gay, bisexual” red herring. As for “transgendered,” if someone is actually transgendered, doesn’t that mean he or she has had her equipment altered to match the gender he or she “identifies” with? It’s simple: what’s in your pants or under your skirt is the test.
That said, now the real reason for this post, to report that the state of North Carolina has told the leftist fanatic jack-booted thugs in Obama’s (In)Justice Department to pound sand. From the LA Times article:
Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration filed the lawsuit seeking to keep in place the law the U.S. Justice Department said last week violated the civil rights of transgender people.
The Justice Department had set a deadline of Monday for McCrory to report whether he would refuse to enforce the law that took effect in March.
McCrory’s defiance could risk funding for the state’s university system and lead to a protracted legal battle.
Just hang in their, North Carolina. Only 256 days until January 20, 2017, when relief should arrive, unless of course, the crybabies with low-self esteem with their silly #NeverTrump hashtag succeed in electing Hillary Clinton.