Tuesday, May 10, 2016

North Carolina sues the Federal government for interfering with their fear mongering over transgenders.

Courtesy of CNN: 

North Carolina casts its so-called bathroom bill as a "common sense bodily privacy law." The federal government calls it discrimination, pure and simple. 

The two will face off in federal court in North Carolina after two of the state's top officials Monday sued the U.S. Justice Department, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and one of her assistants. 

The lawsuit calls last week's demand that the state "remedy" its Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act by Monday or risk being in violation of federal law "a baseless and blatant overreach." 

The act bans individuals from using public bathrooms that do not correspond with their biological sex, as dictated by their birth certificates.

"Goddamn it Federal Government we don't care WHAT century it is we want to discriminate against people not like us as is our right according to a very loose translation our Bibles! Stop stopping us!"

You know first they made them let black people use their whites only restrooms and now they want these people to have human rights as well. When oh when will it ever stop?


  1. 66gardeners3:37 AM

    and North Carolina bases its case on government over reach. You could not make this stuff up. What is McCrory hiding in his closet?

    1. Anonymous4:01 AM

      McCrory is pure evil. Watch him speak, he has no emotions,just rehearsed inflections.

  2. Lindsa Spence4:04 AM

    Non-Proud North Carolinian here. I read an interesting comment on a different website. It pointed out that the same people who support this law rail against gun laws with the argument that criminals don't follow laws, only the good people suffer. Lol.

  3. Randall5:43 AM

    These people do not understand the concept of FREEDOM.

    Look, if any group of people can be discriminated against, then ANY group of people can be discriminated against.

  4. Balzafiar6:04 AM

    So if a transgendered woman has gone the full nine yards and had surgery, she still cannot use a woman's restroom because her birth certificate says "male"? That's how I interpret their law, and that's just ridiculous. It defies every ounce of common sense that thinking people possess.

  5. Anonymous8:12 AM

    @any age>

  6. Anonymous8:54 AM

    My Home State’s Anti-LGBT Law Is Emblematic of a Much Larger Problem

    North Carolina isn't the only state coming up with creative and unique ways to dehumanize and discriminate against an entire segment of the population. There are a half a dozen other states who have passed or are working on passing laws that allow their citizens to "praise Jesus" by treating His children like "the least of these"... and I don't want North Carolina to get all the credit for being the best "Christians."


  7. Anonymous3:05 PM

    So if I stuff my wiener between my legs and put on some lipstick I can shower with the ladies? Sweet! Why would anyone be against this fantastic new policy?


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