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Republican?? Kasich's Idiotic Case Against N. Carolina Bathroom Law...
John Kasich has made some silly comments lately. Granted, none sillier than the mere fact that he's still in the race. North Carolina has been the subject of controversy after recently passing a bill that requires transgender people use the bathroom of their actual gender. Naturally, N.C. is coming under a crapstorm of leftist rage... Much like Georgia did not too long ago (see Disney Plans to Boycott Georgia... Against Religious Liberty Bill). When asked if he would have signed said bill, Kasich makes a rather convincing argument... that he's an ass.
Kasich: Look, we are not having this issue in our state... about this whole "religious liberty." I believe that religious institutions ought to be protected, uh, and be able to be in a position of where they can, uh, uh... They can... you know, live out their... their... deeply held religious purposes. Uh, but when you get beyond that it gets to be a- a tricky issue and uh... tricky's not the right word, but it can become a contentious issue. But in our state we're not facing this.... Everybody: chill out, get over it if you have a disagreement with somebody.
Thank you for that eloquent response, John. "Everybody, chill out." Clearly you have a wonderful economy with words. I look forward to your next syllable with great eagerness (name that movie-line).
We've already talked about why males using female restrooms and vice versa is a problem. (Dear Transgender Bathroom Activists: What About the Safety/Privacy of Young Girls?) Still waiting on a response from feminists... who think a man blinking in their direction is rape. But this? Well, just get over it. Chill out. Like Kasich said.
Look, I don't know what John was spouting on about earlier. Call it what you want, but it certainly wasn't an answer. If he doesn't think the privacy of children is worth protecting, fine. But I get the sneaking suspicion that he's hanging on by a thread in this race and he doesn't want to come under "tolerant" hellfire for disagreeing. So he's playing the moderate card again. You would too, if you were born without a spine.
By the way, Kasich. Nobody wants you. You're not going to be the next president. Why don't you chill out and get over it?