Wednesday, February 28, 2024

How dare you call me 'sir, ma'am...

 
So - seriously, who votes for these fuckin'people in the first place? Anyway, the he/she got pissed off and 'stormed' out of the chambers when he/she was called 'sir'. 
How dare they, these inconsiderate Republicans mis-genderficate 'them'?
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9 comments:

  1. Maybe if these clowns wore a sign around their necks saying "Call me Xxxxxxxx" they wouldn't get so put off. The rest of us re not telepaths, nor do we have a directory of whose gender dysphoria is what on any given day.

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  2. Unless something more has come out, I wouldn't call what Winsome Sears said an apology. And I would urge that she not. Apologies to the likes of those people gains you nothing. It's like cutting yourself in shark-infested waters.

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    1. She said "I apologize" three times. Not that she "should" have done. Not that she had anything to apologize for--what she said was clearly the generic "yes SIR" where "Sir" is more an intensifier than a reference to a specific person, anyway! But it's so archetypally appropriate. A real lady condescends, in the better sense of the world, and apologizes to her natural inferiors...to show how inferior they are.

      Priscilla King

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  3. A more appropriate remark would have been "Danica, lighten the fuck up."

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  4. Why apologize? He's a MAN (sort of).

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  5. She Didn't Misgender him. He's Misgendering himself. Being henpecked into agreeing with delusion isn't right..

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  6. Seems the LT Gov said the right thing.

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  7. "Pretend I'm from Missouri and show me..."

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