@Jarhead: So you oppose people using the bathroom that best matches their gender identity? Yes or no?

Personally, I don't see what the big deal is. When I use a public bathroom (which I do everything I can to avoid, but sometimes you gotta), I don't even make eye contact with people; I'm not there to socialize. And remember: We all used gender-neutral bathrooms growing up in our very own homes… mom, dad, brother, sister… we all used the same bathroom.

See, the Republicans have this unfounded fear that trans people are pedophiles who will lurk in bathroom stalls and wait to molest children. There's no data to back up this fear, but when have Republicans ever needed facts? They live in fear… fear of Mexicans, fear of terrorists, fear of the government, fear of women and their vaginas, fear of gays… and yes, fear of trans people.

If we were to follow the Republican mind and logic, why aren't we banning all Catholic priests from using public restrooms? There plenty of evidence that these perverts have and will again molest children. What do you say Jarhead? Wanna ban all Catholic priests from using public bathrooms? No? And why not? (betcha won't answer this question!)
Boy, it's like talking to a brick wall with you, Jarhead. My first question went conveniently unanswered (typical of Republicans to ignore a question or change the subject), so I'll ask it again: Do you oppose people using the bathroom that best matches their gender identity? Yes or no?

Also, another obvious tactic/syndrome of a typical Republican is to hurriedly read something about Obama while missing key points and facts. It states clearly in this article that this decree/letter "does not have the force of law."

So please, explain to me how Obama is changing the law. Seriously, if you're a straight-shooter (which I'm assuming you are not), then tell me where it says in this article that Obama is, as you so clearly stated: "changing the law."

It's already Federal law that you cannot discriminate, so the fact that the Justice Department will file a lawsuit against any school who does is nothing unusual. Also, Federal Aid (taxpayer money) should be withheld if a school chooses to discriminate against any class of student. How is this news to you?

As for my second ignored question: What is your stance on Catholic priests using public bathrooms? WELL?

Oh gawd, I can already predict that you won't answer the questions that I've now posed twice. I can already predict that you won't address the "does not have the force of law" point/fact that was clearly written in this article. Republicans: So utterly predictable.
So I think I've kinda figured out your "logic" and "thought" process:

You're OK with known pedophiles such as Catholic priests and, as you claim, teachers (I've never heard molestation was so rampant among them!), using public bathrooms.

You're OK with boys potentially being molested, but not little girls.

You do not believe that trans people should be allowed to use the bathroom that best fits their gender identity, or in layman's term: you're a bigot.

You continue to avoid the "changing the law" claim you made and that I called you out on.

You named a one Democratic pervert (Sam Adams was never convicted of any crime) to prove that Republicans have the higher moral ground. Well, I'll see your one Democrat and give you these "upstanding" Republicans that I'm certain you would vote for WITHOUT hesitation if they ran on a platform of banning trans people from using bathrooms that best fits their gender identity:
-Republican judge Mark Pazuhanich pleaded no contest to fondling a 10-year old girl and was sentenced to 10 years probation.
-Republican racist pedophile and United States Senator Strom Thurmond had sex with a 15-year old black girl which produced a child.
-Republican anti-abortion activist Nicholas Morency pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography on his computer and offering a bounty to anybody who murders an abortion doctor.
-Republican Congressman Donald "Buz" Lukens was found guilty of having sex with a female minor and sentenced to one month in jail.
-Republican legislator Peter Dibble pleaded no contest to having an inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old girl.
-Republican activist Randal David Ankeney pleaded guilty to attempted sexual assault on a child.
-Republican activist Mark A. Grethen convicted on six counts of sex crimes involving children.
-Republican congressman and anti-gay activist Robert Bauman was charged with having sex with a 16-year-old boy he picked up at a gay bar.
-Republican County Constable Larry Dale Floyd was arrested on suspicion of soliciting sex with an 8-year old girl.

Oh forget it, there's literally HUNDREDS upon HUNDREDS of cases of Republicans molesting children and/or being sexual deviants. Come to think of it, logic dictates that we should ban all Republicans from using public bathrooms; you people are the perverts.

What a fine party you belong to; you must be proud.
Post Script: I did what I never do which is to click on links that Republicans provide. They usually lead to some conspiracy theorists, Fox News or InfoWars website, but, you know, it's early still and I had a choice of either clicking on your link or cleaning out the cat's litter box.

After cleaning out the litter box, I clicked on your link, searched for "teacher decertification" and found nothing. Nada. I searched several times using different variations on "decertification" and still found nothing. So, I went to Google, copied and pasted your actual words and, you guessed it: Nothing came back. I did find one article on Texas teachers being perverts with children, but that is a Republican State so it wasn't all that shocking.

Jarhead, you need to flush out your headgear and provide me with a better link to verify your claim that OREGON school teachers (you used are the real threat to children in public bathrooms, not Catholic priests and Republican politicians.

Also, are you saying that we need to pass a law requiring all people to show their birth certificates before entering into a public bathroom? I mean, I'm sure that you've thought this through to the end, being all logical and reasonable as you are. Do you even know what trans people look like? (News flash: they look just like the rest of us.)

How are we going to enforce this fear that Republicans and religious nut-bags (the two often go hand and hand, don't they?) have of trans people using the bathroom that best fits their gender identity? How do we enact fear into law?

The only thing I can think of is to require everyone to show their birth certificates in order to use a public bathroom. I mean, what's your end game here? You must have one, right? Please to be explaining...

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