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11 May 2016

HB2 deals with more than just the bathroom.


We can all relate to being on the road and needing to go to the restroom. This is why we keep hearing a sympathetic chant of let them use the restroom. It seems like the descent thing to do. Women’s restrooms have stalls, and most men would not care about a woman who identifies as a man using their facility. But strategically, every news story leaves out the reason for much of the protest after the passing of amendments to the Charlotte City Code. The fact that the locker room would be open to the gender a child or adult identifies with at any given time.  So a middle school girl would be faced with having to share the Locke room with a 17 year old boy who still has male parts, but identifies as female. Women at a gym could be faced with a man walking in as they disrobe because he declares he identifies as a female. Can this happened? Yes. In fact it already has, with the expected results.

So, for those in favor of allowing transgender to use any facility based on gender identity, send your kids to school with a note voicing your support. Since HB2 only applies to state facilities, all private companies opposed to HB2 should immediately label bathrooms and locker rooms unisex or open to anyone based on their own gender identity. 

  • Transgender Student Refuses to Use Private Bathroom After Girls Say They Are Uncomfortable  http://bit.ly/1T7l94f 
  • Planet Fitness cancels woman's membership after her complaints of transgender woman in locker room. "It freaked me out because, why is a man in here?"http://bit.ly/1GrN7pd

06 March 2016

The Fix Is In For Clinton - The real delegate count as of 3/6/16 is Clinton 677 Sanders 478


The real delegate count as of Sunday is Clinton 677 Sanders 478. Superdelegates include  all Democratic members of the House and Senate and sitting Democratic governors; the rest are chosen during the primaries. Superdelegates are free to support any candidate for the nomination.  


So, why is the media reporting Clinton 1137 Sanders 498? The answer is simple, the media is heavily invested in a Clinton win. Most voters want their vote to count, so they vote for a winner, and by presenting her with a big lead, those on the fence will vote for Clinton.


  Pledged Delegates


Superdelegates

Total


Clinton
Sanders

Clinton
Sanders

Clinton
Sanders
Iowa
23
21

7
0

30
21
New Hampshire
9
15

6
0

15
15
Nevada
20
15

4
1

24
16
South Carolina
39
14

5
0

44
14
Georgia
74
28

10


84
28
Vermont

16

4
3

4
19
Virginia
62
33

13


75
33
Alabama
44
9

4


48
9
Arkansas
22
10

5


27
10
American Samoa
4
2

4
1

8
3
Massachusetts
46
45

16
1

62
46
Oklahoma
17
21

1
1

18
22
Tennessee
44
23

6


50
23
Texas
146
76

19


165
76
Colorado
28
38

8


36
38
Minnesota
31
46

13
1

44
47
Kansas
10
23




10
23
Louisiana
39
12

7


46
12
Nebraska
10
15

3


13
15
Maine
9
16

2
1

11
17
Other States



323
11



Total
677
478

460
20

1137
498