Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Gummint in your bathroom

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 Gummint Bird In The Hand?

First the Filthy*Obama Administration began pressuring public school systems. If the school systems wanted to keep federal money coming in, they needed to allow boys to use the girls’ bathroom if the boys decided they were girls. Parents did not like it, but in suburban Northern Virginia, the school board told the parents to go to hell and told the boys to get on in the girls’ bathroom if they wanted.

While the wording of the newly-proposed regulation doesn’t technically force insurance companies to start paying for gender reassignment surgeries, it does say that HHS would investigate and sue insurers if they refused to pay for them.
Well, now the Obama Administration is coming after insurance companies. Cover sex reassignment surgeries or get sued is what is going to happen.

In other words, Obamacare is not a vehicle for affordable healthcare, but rather a vehicle for “civil” rights activists to use to pressure private companies and use tax payer dollars.

Never mind that transgenderism is a mental health issue. It is only a matter of time before the Obama Administration decides to cut off any funding and go after any psychiatrist who tries to help someone through the difficult mental issues surrounding transgenderism. [Hijacked in FULL from RedState]

*Whoa.  It seems my spell, checker now inserts 'filthy' before the word 'Obama.'  I didn't program that, it's like it's a living orgasm --- damn! There it goes again.  LIVING ORGANISM!  Sheesh.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sorry but no cigar. The laws in question long predate Obama.

The requirement to allow students to use the washroom that corresponds to their gender is based on Title Ix - the EEOC has said that forcing transgendered students to use unisex washrooms rather than the public facility constitutes discrimination based on sex and is prohibited under the Civil rights act of 1964.

For the record, it's not just the EEOC or the US Department of Education but the courts back it as well (and they're applying long standing law in the process).

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