Skip to comments.Sen. Graham: 'You Can Use the Bathroom in My Office Without Bringing Your Birth Certificate'
Posted on 04/22/2016 6:53:37 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Well, I think it would be a bad idea to put little girls in a bathroom with grown men, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told CNN on Thursday.
But the senator also made it clear that the issue is not one of major national importance, as far as he is concerned:
All I can say is that the only bathroom I can control is in my office, and you can use the bathroom in my office without bringing your birth certificate.
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When women are sick enough of it to cry out about it the way they currently do about abortion, you and I should be ready at that time to stand by them.
Until then, you’re talking to a wall. Don’t try to reason with women, it never goes well.
“what does designating who uses a restroom have to do with abortion? Please advise.”
I don’t see how the two are remotely related, but it is my understanding that Row was decided based on a ‘right to privacy’. Who knows what will be the next private thing to come in to play under that ruling.
The right to privacy invoked in Roe v. Wade was not the privacy of the woman, but actually that of the doctor performing the procedure who, it was purported, would be professionally ruined and shunned if knowledge of his actions was widely known.
It never had anything to do with a woman’s privacy.
I’m sure linda has it decorated in a lovely shade of pink with lace trimmed towels and a tampon receptacle.
I fail to see how your post followed from my sarcastic aspersion on Linda Graham.
Now the deviants will demand that Graham equip each restroom with a condom dispenser, government paid.
I’m going to white castle, going to eat about 80 sliders and drop some heavy timber in his restroom since he invited me ...
Before anybody goes in they should check to see if Linda is wearing his knee pads; if he is, just piss your pants, or run like hell
They got chased the hell out or they got arrested. Or they found single occupant restrooms where it didn’t matter.
They don’t want more unisex, single occupancy or family restrooms built. They want access to female only spaces to get their gender feels on at the expense of the rights and safety of real women.
The queer one speaks! Ms. Lindsay is looking forward to going into the women’s bathroom.