Your Kind Cannot Compete Here

Florida’s new ban on transgender students in sports would allow schools to subject minors to genital inspections

“Can I volunteer,” aging Prom King Matt Gaetz didn’t ask.

Meanwhile, in Texas, America’s lab for bad policy:

Texas bill could send parents to prison for providing gender-affirming care

I can hardly think of anything more anti-family than breaking-up families and sending parents to jail for asserting their right to raise their own children as they see fit – in Texas of all places!

And showing us how in touch the GQP politicians are with the rest of America:

New Poll Shows Americans Overwhelmingly Oppose Anti-Transgender Laws

Two-thirds of Americans are against laws that would limit transgender rights.

The GQP thinks it found its 2004-era wedge issue, and of course anything that can get the fetus-fondling Gawd botherers (is too a wurd) on board is a potential win for the party of taking-away human rights.

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9 Responses to Your Kind Cannot Compete Here

  1. Czippie L'Shimp says:

    Counter argument: Exposing your children to religion is child abuse. If, after the age of 18, they make the decision to take that path for themselves, then that’s on them. Until then, “use a psalm, go to jail”.

    Now, here’s the real difference between left & right. While forced religion is demonstrably damaging, I would never support any sort of legislation like the above, and neither would, I suspect, any real liberal. And, unfortunately, the result of this accepted version of child abuse is legislation like that discussed in this article.

    The hate and intentional misunderstanding that lead to positions like anti-LGBTQ legislation may not be found explicitly in religious doctrine, but it would not have the power it does without it.

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  2. laura says:

    Always find a marginalized group to kick down on. Always shirk responsibility for the subsequent abuses heaped on the target. Always act surprised by all the fuss when the decent majority expresses support for the marginalized group’s pushback.
    Unrelenting fuckery – it’s their brand.

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  3. MDavis says:

    Huh. I saw “Two-thirds of Americans are against laws that would limit transgender rights.” and thought. “That leaves their solid third of Americans that is their base, so it’s playing to the people they are sucking up to.”


    • tengrain says:

      It’s a good point, M Davis.

      Politics is the math of addition, and all the GQP does is division and subtraction.




  4. Dennis Cole says:

    TG – not to get too nitpicky, but your date is a typo, I believe – the “2004 wedge issue” should probly be 2024.



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