North Carolina On My Mind or Tranny Tyranny

Here are some random(ish) thoughts on the North Carolina situation (AKA the bathroom protection edict).

The misnamed Human Rights Campaign, a week ago, was sending out email press releases chortling how they had 70, then 80, then 90, then 100 companies demanding that North Carolina rescind the law in question. (The Washington, D.C. radio news station WTOP practically read these press releases as their news reports, actually saying the North Carolina law ‘removed important protections for the LGBT community’ rather than it was simply clarifying what has been policy throughout history, which is what it does.)

Five years ago you couldn’t have gotten those companies, a large number of them household names, to agree to something as natural, inconsequential and inoffensive as acknowledging that holding a cuddly, purring kitten is a pleasant experience.

“Eh, we don’t want offend the fish and the bird people,” one would have squawked while another might have grumbled, “Dog people won’t like it and we do a million dollars a year in business with dog people.” “Cats shed and many people are allergic to them,” another might have protested while someone would have tossed out, “Certain religions are suspicious of cats and, frankly, cats can’t be trusted.” And so on it would have went with the motion finally tabled.

So why have these companies gone so far out on a limb with a highly contentious issue that is guaranteed to infuriate a large number (if not a majority) of their customers or prospective customers? Why are they openly equating those who disagree with them as bigots, bad people and possibly criminals? Why are they politicizing something that has little to nothing to do with their businesses? Why do they blatantly misrepresent the situation to make it sound like a long-held basic Constitutional right is being taken from everyone? Why are they actively and effectively declaring war on whole states? These states, if pushed too far, could start moving against these companies via regulatory and legal routes. The only people who win then are lawyers.

Where’s the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on this?

Despite their endless antibusiness rhetoric, liberals have slowly insinuated themselves into the highest echelons of corporate America. Just like education, the media and Hollywood, liberals have taken over the reins of power in many corporations and they have no compunction about wielding that corporation not as a business entity but as a weapon for liberal political goals. They don’t care about the business. Shareholders and investors, make no mistake, these liberals will run a company into the ground in pursuit of their goals. They don’t share your goals.

Liberals have complained for decades about the bad influence and power of corporations yet they haven’t the slightest hesitancy about using that power for their own ends. Yet another case of liberal hypocrisy and projection.

These liberals do not understand (or perhaps don’t care) that in the case of publicly-held companies they are caretakers and are to act in the shareholders’ (AKA owners) best interests. These companies are not the personal property of these social justice warriors nor are they an arm of the Democratic National Committee nor the disingenuous Human Rights Campaign. But as education, the media and entertainment have become stalking horses for the DNC and other socialists, so does “corporate” America.

It should be noted that many of these corporations have significant and growing “Diversity” offices and spend millions on “diversity” efforts. In many cases these companies have cooked their own gooses. The removal of these of these “diversity” offices need to be part of a movement that includes their exorcism from college campuses. They are racist, sexist, discriminatory and destructive entities.

Do these companies really have large numbers of people (confused men) who want to use the ladies room? Seriously, is there some enormous heretofore unseen group of people (mentally unstable men) who have to use the ladies room? Or is this just catering to a handful of disturbed people at the expense of a lot of other perfectly normal people? There certainly is no business goal involved here — it is merely SJWs using business resources to shove something else down the throats of people who disagree with them.

I wouldn’t be the first to note that liberals like to use the exception to build social and legal policy around while telling the majority to shove it.

Many warned that if the gay marriage issue was ceded that it wouldn’t end there. I TOLD YOU SO!

But no, moderate Republicans — with your big hearts, moaned that it wasn’t such a big deal and maybe if we gave in (‘compromised’) on that issue they’d be satisfied and we’d show how nice we really are and get invited to cool parties… EAT IT! OWN IT! YOU WERE WRONG! NOW SHUT UP AND HAVE THE DECENCY TO RETIRE FROM LEADERSHIP! (Okay, I’ll take the Caps Lock off now.)

If you think that letting the wolfpack gnaw off your foot will satisfy them you are a fool.

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