Quote of the day …

Humpty Dumpty is apparently still here among us.

Daily Mail:

Hovarth said he refused to use transgender people’s chosen pronouns, saying he doesn’t ‘play along’ with it.

‘I don’t say transwoman, I don’t say she, her [when speaking about a male],’ he said. ‘I don’t care if it hurts their feelings. This is reality and it gaslights everybody else.’

Dansky specifically denounced the Equality Act, which aims to ban anti-LGBT discrimination in the likes of employment, housing, and education, among other services, as she spoke on Monday.

The Equality Act would specifically add both sexual orientation and gender identity to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which currently bans discrimination on race, color, sex, religion, or national origin.

‘If sex is construed to mean “gender identity”, what that means is nearly all sex-segregated spaces – colleges, sports, dormitories – and women’s rights in general will utterly disappear,’ she claimed.

‘It is not possible to both enshrine gender identity in civil rights law and protect women and girls as a distinct legal category.’

Nancy Pelosi is in favor of such legislation. It makes you go hmmmmmmm.

Rep Nancy Pelosi has stated that passing the act will be a priority in the Democrat-controlled House this year.

It seems to me that the left is eating itself.

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9 Responses to Quote of the day …

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    “It seems to me that the left is eating itself.” It sure looks like that is what is going on.


  2. John Denney says:

    Yeah, a former boss pulled that on me one time when I questioned his use of made up words, which frustrated my attempts to understand him.

    Boss: Who is to be the master, me or the word?
    Me: Depends upon with whom you wish to converse, yourself or me.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      😯 Did he become “former” at that point?


      • John Denney says:

        Ha! Nah, he became former when corporate political control of our software development group went to the U.K. and they shut us down.
        We’re still friends, and have a great deal of respect for each other. He’s a brilliant man, and I learned a lot from him, but he could be overbearing at times.
        I watched him berate one of our top software engineers in a public bar once. That engineer was of Japanese ancestry, and my boss was shouting purple-faced, veins in the neck standing out, that his entire project was worthless, the guy had never shipped any product, he had disgraced himself and should go out right now and commit seppuku, the Japanese ritual self disembowelment. The engineer, who later formed his own successful software company, just sat there smoking his cigarette, smiling, enjoying the show. Everyone knew my boss was, um, a real character.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          😀 I remember seeing a news show report time that showed the businessmen yelling and being yelled at in practice for business.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            Obviously this did not get edited by me. 😯 Should read: “news report that showed the businessmen “


    • lovely says:

      Great reply John !


  3. czarowniczy says:

    How come when I use Humpty’s phrase I get bupkis? Oh…that’s probably because I use it next door and it’s become its own Wonderland.

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