Rallying Against Texas 'Bathroom Bill'



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Shame on "ministers"

when so-called "ministers" waste time criss-crossing a state, not to spread the Gospel, but rather to push for men to be allowed to use the women's restroom, --BABYLON is truly Fallen....the crusty hearts covered by the enmity the world holds for God becomes clear in the Churches among it's own leaders.

david more than 1 year ago

Social Justice out of control

We have reached a ridiculous level of social justice endeavors when state legislator have to spend their time and our money deciding who gets to use which public restroom. To expect the government to create a perfect life for everybody is a ridiculous expectation and creates dangerous precedents of the government interfering in our every day lives.

Betsy more than 1 year ago

That's just it

The notion that "state legislator have to spend their time and our money deciding who gets to use which public restroom" is entirely bogus. It is a manufactured issue designed to appeal to the uninformed. Since time immemorial transgender folks have used the bathroom of the gender they identify with, and it's none of the government's business at all. Jefferson noted wisely, "the government that governs least governs best." This is certainly true regarding these draconian "bathroom bills" which interfere with basic human autonomy. Dan Patrick and his allies are enemies of freedom here and their ridiculous power grab needs to be quashed like the menace that it is. Thank you.

George Nixon Shuler more than 1 year ago

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