I won’t address geography; that would be piling on.
But, lets remember what Maryland’s gay elite tried to pull this year: A ‘lets screw ’em even worse than we did in 2001′ combo platter – consisting of the exterminationistic, fully public accommodations-free HB235 and the enhancement of public accommodations protections for those who engineered some public accommodations protections for themselves back in 2001 known as HB 285 (which, not surprisingly to the thinking crowd, one didn’t hear the ‘you must accept HB235 if you know what’s good for you’ crowd talk much about.)
So on the heels of Nevada’s Legislature passing an employment-only trans bill, its only a matter of time before the obnoxious HB235 addicts attempt to rehabilitate themselves by claiming those who are okay with Nevada but who weren’t okay with Maryland are hypocrites.
Well, refer back to what Maryland’s gay elite forcefed trans people this year (and then add to it the real priority of Maryland’s gay elite: gay marriage.)
Now, here is what all was served up in Carson City in 2011:
Crimes motivated by, additional penalty, civil liability, SB 180D
Employment discrimination prohibited, AB 211*
Housing discrimination prohibited, SB 368
Indication of gender on documents submitted to government agency, AB 370D
Public accommodations, unlawful discrimination, SB 331
Not ‘one half-assed gender identity bill and a bill that addresses the issue left out of the former but by giving more to those who already have’, but, rather, five separate bills (one – the ID bill – admittedly being not as good as it could be), including one each for all three major discrimination categories plus a hate crimes bill.
Even though, thus far, only the employment discrimination bill has made it to the governor’s desk, this is the key to remember: Unlike in Maryland, with its backroom deals to sublimate everything to the ultimately-failed attempt at gay marriage in 2011 (and one can only guess what sort of wackiness will be afoot with the new insta-organization trotting around claiming to speak for those not directly chosen for it), in Nevada there actually was a legitimate attempt to deal with everything by introducing bills to deal with everything – but, only the employment bill has made it through the legislative process.
That’s not attempted political extermination; its just a poor batting average.
Just remember that when the spin cycle starts….
any second now.