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Transgendered Republican Epitomizes Narcissism-Based Politics

Posted by V the K at 10:23 pm - September 30, 2016.
Filed under: Liberty

A transgendered Republican person wants everybody to know shklee is all down with the Republican Party because it stands for “freedom and opportunity.” On the other hand, shklee thinks certain freedoms and opportunities should be limited by the Government. And… just by coincidence… the freedoms shklee wants to curtail are related to shkler’s status as a transgendered. Shklee doesn’t think other people should be permitted to disapprove of shkler or hurt shkler’s feelers in any way.

The issue of LGBT rights is one area in which she finds herself very much at odds with her party. She is “disappointed” in some of the rhetoric used by its leadership. For her, there is an inconsistency between the party’s position on the individual rights of Americans to own guns, and the individual rights of LGBT Americans to live their lives as they choose – something some Republicans do not accept. “If you want to support personal liberty, you really should be consistent and do it in all areas,” she says.

And then, shklee goes on to support the Federal Government forcing states and businesses to let people with penises use the lady’s room if they claim to be ladies, and hates on Mike Pence for daring to defend the personal liberty of Christians who don’t want to be forced to bake cakes for gay weddings. So, what shklee actually supports is “Personal liberty unless it offends somebody or hurts anybody’s feelers.” Especially, if it hurts shkler’s feelers. If your exercise of your personal liberty makes Shker feel uncomfortable, the state ought to step in and make you support shkler.

And this whole “the individual rights of LGBT Americans to live their lives as they choose – something some Republicans do not accept” is also horse crap. The number of Republicans who give a rat’s anything about how LGBT Americans live their private lives is minuscule and probably less than or equal to the number of Democrats who disapprove of Teh LGBT’s (There’s a lot of Blacks and Mohammedans in that coalition who don’t think too highly of Teh Gheys). The thing that bothers a lot of people — not just Republicans — is being forced to celebrate and applaud other people’s lifestyles, as though we were standing at the side of a Birthday Parade for Kim Jong-Un and will be sent to the camps for not applauding enthusiastically enough.  Also, there is this thing about reordering all of society and discarding all common sense and reason to cater to the delicate feelings of a teeny-weeny number of people. But what you do in your private life (long as you don’t cause real hurt to somebody) is nobody’s business, and that’s where the vast majority of us have always been.

So if you identify as Republican because you support Republican tax policy and neo-conservative foreign policy, okayfine. But don’t pretend you support individual liberty when you want the state to curtail the personal liberties of people you disagree with.



  1. **Sheesh**
    Someone is definitely working through their “issues”, I just wish we were not being dragged-along for the ride, thank-you-very-much.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 30, 2016 @ 10:55 pm - September 30, 2016

  2. Twenty years ago, they worked through their issues with a therapist. Now they are working though their issues in the public arena.

    Comment by RSG — October 1, 2016 @ 3:44 am - October 1, 2016

  3. “The thing that bothers a lot of people — not just Republicans — is being forced to celebrate and applaud other people’s lifestyles, as though we were standing at the side of a Birthday Parade for Kim Jong-Un and will be sent to the camps for not applauding enthusiastically enough.”

    Yes, yes, YES!!!!! Most of us don’t even think about these people’s lifestyles, let alone care. But that’s not enough. To quote Jonah Goldberg (I don’t care if you disagree with him on other topics, so please spare me): YOU WILL BE MADE TO CARE!

    Comment by Khiri — October 1, 2016 @ 8:34 am - October 1, 2016

  4. What we have here is the age-old love triangle theme with a twist: two sides of the triangle are one moody, push me-pull me person and the third side is an approving and adoring world.

    Suddenly, Bert Williams and his signature vaudeville song roars in my head:

    When life seems full of clouds an’ rain
    and I am filled with naught but pain,
    who soothes my thumpin’ bumpin’ brain ?

    When all day long things go amiss,
    and I go home to find some bliss,
    who hands to me a glowin’ kiss?

    Mr. trouble never hangs around when he hears this Mighty sound: “Here I come to save the day!” That means that Mighty Government is on the way! Mighty Government will win the fight when there is a wrong to right.

    So, the Mighty Government will order up the adoring and approving world and the confused and conflicted delicate flower can bask in glow and warmth of enforced love and admiration. Love me a big helping of phony baloney horsesh*t love and affection served up by the political correctness thugocracy. Happy, happy, happy just like Michael Jackson.

    Comment by Heliotrope — October 1, 2016 @ 11:11 am - October 1, 2016

  5. #3 oh you would have to bring up that phrase when Christmas season is growing close since it reminds me of the David Bowie / Bing Crosby songs Little Drummer Boy / Peace On Earth, which included the lines, “Every child must be made aware
    Every child must be made to care”
    Every time I would say, really? They MUST be? You can’t force someone to care. You can force them to act, but that is not caring.

    Comment by Craig Smith — October 1, 2016 @ 11:19 am - October 1, 2016

  6. White woman real version of the Rosa Parks hoax.

    Cough Cough Paki “monks” is that the undocumented democrat version of moslem now.

    Comment by Steve — October 1, 2016 @ 11:29 am - October 1, 2016

  7. When more gays encounter moslems even the good ones like an interior decorator for a Saudi princess they will wake up.

    Comment by Steve — October 1, 2016 @ 11:59 am - October 1, 2016

  8. Craig, that’s my point, exactly. Like the swooners in NK, the act is enough and, btw, keep your actual opinions and beliefs to yourself. Do you think Un doesn’t know the “adoration” of his people is completed bullshit? As long as they fake it, he knows he’s in control. That’s all that matters to him and his ilk. The SJWs are of his ilk.

    Comment by Khiri — October 1, 2016 @ 12:32 pm - October 1, 2016

  9. does anybody know of any leftist country that people had the rights that leftist rights groups in the united states want?

    Comment by salg — October 1, 2016 @ 1:22 pm - October 1, 2016

  10. The Left pines for Nordic Socialism — or what they perceive it is — without really paying the price; the confiscatory taxes, the dearth of innovation, the crushing conformity, and the inevitable “brain drain” of their best and brightest …including their grandchildren.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — October 1, 2016 @ 2:03 pm - October 1, 2016

  11. Somehow I doubt this person’s political affiliations. Background checking needs to happen.

    Comment by perturbed — October 1, 2016 @ 3:09 pm - October 1, 2016

  12. She’ll never find a man.

    Comment by Hanover — October 1, 2016 @ 5:01 pm - October 1, 2016

  13. @ perturbed: Well, I did find another site run by gay (supposedly) conservatives, and one of the site runners did a long, ranting post that compared people who think that marriage should be between a man and a woman to the Taliban, and declared that, “there is no place for people like you in the modern world.”

    So the notion of a self-described conservative taking a crap on religious liberty isn’t precisely foreign to me.

    Comment by Sean L — October 1, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - October 1, 2016

  14. @8 Khiri – you reminded me of something quoted by John Derbyshire a few weeks back:

    This acquiescence in obvious lies — even by academics, who should be the guardians of truth — is characteristic of totalitarian societies. The money quote here is from Tony Daniels, a/k/a “Theodore Dalrymple.” Quote:

    In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is … in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.

    Comment by KCRob — October 1, 2016 @ 9:42 pm - October 1, 2016

  15. @ 13 Who was this supposed conservative, is it Andrew Sullivan?

    Comment by James — October 1, 2016 @ 11:01 pm - October 1, 2016

  16. In regards to certain groups of people not liking the gays, there’s even certain gays who don’t like and actually loathe other gays. It’s not one big happy family as the lgbt likes to think so.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — October 1, 2016 @ 11:51 pm - October 1, 2016

  17. Excellent, KCRob!

    Comment by Khiri — October 2, 2016 @ 7:01 am - October 2, 2016

  18. @ Pawfurbehr: The GLBT+ community is a cultural Yugoslavia, that isn’t really united by anything except being not straight people. Take out the T, and at least gays, lesbians, and bisexuals are united by attraction to members of the same sex. But we all know how much bisexuals are loathed by militant gays and lesbians. And now the trans crowd and the lesbians are trying to kick gays out of the group on the merit that even if you’re gay, your still a nasty, icky man.

    Comment by Sean L — October 2, 2016 @ 9:34 am - October 2, 2016

  19. All should recall Star Trek’s Spock intoning what could be considered the Liberal Motto: “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”
    That’s great, generally, for the Left’s collectivism and mob rule. Using The Narrative to demand and enforce thoroughgoing and widespread social disruptions for “the needs of the [very, very] few”? Not so much.
    But then, for a mind which works in Doublethink, I’m sure there would be no irony or contradiction at all….

    Comment by DrPete — October 2, 2016 @ 11:31 am - October 2, 2016

  20. @DrPete: I would counter that the Leftist motto is, “The desires of the small minority outweighs the needs of the vast majority.”

    The Left despises what they conceive as the “tyranny of the majority.” To them, representative government is fundamentally flawed because they believe that if the majority decision rules, consideration for the wants and needs of the majority is impossible. Of course, one could construe this as projection on their part, since the Left rarely gives the opposition any consideration when they get their way. But to them, if a minority is believed to be disadvantaged, its needs (and usually, its wants too) are given priority over those of the majority. Hence, the recent attempt to stigmatize “privilege” to try and delegitimatize the position of whites, males, Christians, etc.

    Comment by Sean L — October 2, 2016 @ 11:43 am - October 2, 2016

  21. @Sean L: Thank you!!
    FWIW, I remember being force-fed liberalism titled ‘Urban Sensitivity Session’ [!] in the early 70s [yes, > 40 yrs ago] at a Midwestern, CATHOLIC university I was attending. This nonsense didn’t just start y’day morning.

    Comment by DrPete — October 2, 2016 @ 1:17 pm - October 2, 2016

  22. Sean L @#20 offers an enticing peek at what drives an Obama type of “Progressive.” Ted B @ #10 identifies Nordic Socialism as the aim of Obama and other progressives. I would like to add Bill Ayers to the mix.

    Pardon my French, but the actual subject is dictatorship. Not the tyrant type, which depends on repression, but the totalitarian formula which grows a cult loyalty and curries favor for the increasing repression of those who dissent.

    We are a “representative democracy” which is toying with switching to a form of authoritarian presidency. We hold elections and the process is not predetermined, but if the judiciary becomes the cheering section for the regime and legislature will not stand up to the regime, then opposition to the regime is left to the press and the people. If the regime is supported by a culture of cult approval and the press is sided with the regime, then an electoral authoritarian representative democracy is the fact. Bill Ayers laid this out in Rules for Radicals for all to see. Cloward and Piven plotted this course. Obamacare defied the rules of “how a bill becomes a law” and it effectively grabbed an enormous chunk of the economy. George Soros and the “globalists” are using the US and our economy as a way station for lawless fiefdoms which can not be controlled by the rule of law by any nation or combination of nations on the planet.

    What has happened is kismet. There is no trust in God or trust in Goldman Sachs or trust in the Constitution or trust in anything or anyone. Confidence, certainty, credence and reliance have all gone to hell. In Russia they say Надежда умирает последней –” hope dies last.”

    That makes the perfect storm for a Hillary to manipulate this “Progressive” cult of socialism and engineer social justice to repress those who are not loyal to her electoral authoritarian representative democracy. Hello national police, hello national election control, hello “monitoring” the internet, hello DOJ, hello Homeland Security, hello gleichschaltung (the standardization/coordination of political, communications, cultural, economic and social institutions.) We will come rejoicing, bringing the country into line or sit muttering about the big lie and hopelessly drowning ourselves in sorrow.

    Comment by Heliotrope — October 2, 2016 @ 1:21 pm - October 2, 2016

  23. I never got into Star Trek. There was something very leftist and collectivist about it especially the hard core fanatics.

    Comment by Joe — October 2, 2016 @ 4:14 pm - October 2, 2016


    Comment by pawfurbehr — October 2, 2016 @ 9:35 pm - October 2, 2016

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