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Today we discussed the lies forwarded by Christian Conservatives, gender marker changes in Massachusetts,
the ALCU suing Illinois for not changing documentation of people who had SRS outside of the United States, and GLAAD’s misstep of nominating the show “The New Adventures of the Old Christine.”
Unbelievably, I woke up to find this in a google alert:”Bringing back Hitler and the SS”
From the get go, it’s filled with lies:
“Right now we have a bill called HR 2015 that, in my opinion, would bring back forced hiring by our government for local business. Surprised, I am not.”
From the bill:
No Preferential Treatment or Quotas- Nothing in this Act shall be construed or interpreted to require or permit-
(1) any covered entity to grant preferential treatment to any individual or to any group because of the actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity of such individual or group on account of an imbalance which may exist with respect to the total number or percentage of persons of any actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity employed by any employer, referred or classified for employment by any employment agency or labor organization, admitted to membership or classified by any labor organization, or admitted to, or employed in, any apprenticeship or other training program, in comparison with the total number or percentage of persons of such actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in any community, State, section, or other area, or in the available work force in any community, State, section, or other area; or
- (2) the adoption or implementation by a covered entity of a quota on the basis of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.
“A company will no longer be able to hire a person because of their qualifications. The company will be forced by law to hire the type of person that will be mandated by our government.”
Apparently there’s some kind of forcefield around her eyeballs that keeps her from reading the above section of the bill that says NO QUOTAS.
On with more fear mongering!
The vitriol over at Traditional Values Coalition is heating up. As Bil over at Bilerico has reported : […]
I’m getting rather tired of posting about this, but J. Michael Bailey is at it again. He posted “Transsexual Smokescreen: Ignoring Science In “The Man Who Would Be Queen” at Scientific Blogging.com.
The post is a microcosm of the disingenuous nature of this man. He’s said in multiple forums:
(from the KQED Forum interview)
I wrote what is commonly understood to be a popular science book, in which I reviewed serious academic work by myself and other scholars.”
So the book is science?
While the Dems got through with their debates a week back, in the interest of fairness it behooves me to at least give the GOPpers a report with regards to Trans America.
Two weeks earlier, they had their first network debate with all candidates currently declared (Fred Thompson is not one of those) in Iowa; the following week they conducted their straw poll there, with the expected victory for Mitt (the only presidential candidate ever named after a baseball glove) Romney. For the sake of fairness, the other top-tier candidates to date – Rudy Giuliani and John McCain – skipped the straw poll. Fred Thompson has not officially declared, so he’s officially not a candidate and polled better than the aforementioned other skippers.
So what does this mean for GOP America? Moreover, what does this communicate to Transgender Americans?
Typically, when reading about radical feminists on various blogs, it’s an “us verses them” type of debate. I’ve […]