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Rep. King: All LGBT Is Self-Professed Behavior, Laws Protecting It Are Made For Pedophiles


Dunce LGBT

Ah, the LGBT life: unfortunates filled with public pain, abuse, ridicule, discrimination, beatings, and even murders. Wait. Maybe unfortunates is a poor choice of words. Masochists is more appropriate, according to Congressman Steve King (R - Iowa). It seems Dr. Steve believes homosexuality or sexual identity is a choice, just not a verifiable one. HuffPo:

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) defended Arizona’s recently vetoed anti-LGBT legislation on Sunday, arguing in part that homosexuality is a “self-professed behavior” that cannot be “independently verified."

“Although it’s clear in the civil rights section of the code that you can’t discriminate against people based upon -- and I’m not sure I have the list right -- race, creed, religion, color of skin," King said, "there’s nothing mentioned in there on self-professed behavior, and that’s what they’re trying to protect: special rights for self-professed behavior.”

I guess that means that most, if not all professed LGBT'ers are masochists. They love being discriminated against and ostracized. Just listen to King's own words. Count how many times King says, "self-professed behavior:"

Sexual orientation does not warrant constitutional protection because it cannot be “independently verified” and can be “willfully changed,” King contended.

See. It's a choice and we can just learn them gays and other queers to be straight. Just send them to Marcus "Mr. Michele" Bachmann. And King's insights and vast scientific knowledge on the LGBT life aren't new:

During the 2009 passage of the federal Hate Crimes Prevention Act -- which expanded the existing 1969 law to include crimes motivated by the victim’s sexual orientation, gender identity or disability -- King argued that the sexual orientation provision would provide pedophiles with special protections.

Ah yes, that very strong Washington pedophile lobby -- the leading firm there is Findem, Rapem & Abusem.

Money. Yup, and that's the reason Rep. Crazy made in arguing for the recent Arizona anti-gay (religious freedom) bill. By her vetoing it, Gov. Jan Brewer opened the door for the big fix. The big scam. What is that, you may be asking?

He [Rep. Steve King]  went on to suggest that anti-discrimination laws protecting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people could give those individuals the opportunity to trick businesses into discriminating against them with the intent of “setting up a case.”

seinfeld puffy shirt

Well, at least now we know. When you're not being a pedophile, you're scamming the justice system with phony discrimination claims. This is all a money-making plot. Rep. King has officially set the record straight.

Thanks to him, I'm going out to get my LGBT membership card, put on a "Seinfeld puffy shirt," move to Georgia or Kansas where similar legislation to Arizona's is being considered and go sue somebody before it's too late. I want to be rich. I want to be part of the "1%" group. I wanna be gay!!!


Trump U, Donald


Donald Trump graduation

Have you ever heard of  a snake oil salesman. They used to travel the west in their wagons and sell worthless elixirs to innocent, yet hopeful victims. These fast-talkers would pass off whatever they had in their bottles, everything from swamp water to boot polish, promise the world, then head out of town in the steel of the night.

Well, The Donald did those charlatans even one better. He build his steel of the night, Trump Towers, and now he's hiding behind that. What was the wild-haired bastard fleecing the public with this time? No, not another birther rumor. Not another savior of the republican party story.

Trump University

He's now an educator. Yes he is. And when no established, licensed institution will have you, create your own. He created U of T.

No, not the real U of T, like in "hook 'em horns" University of Texas. Trump dreamed up, the University of Trump. Oh, it gets better. Nothing the Donald does is without some fanfare or controversy. He's rolled that into his latest newsworthy story, covered by Huffpo:

New York's attorney general sued Donald Trump for $40 million Saturday, saying the real estate mogul helped run a phony "Trump University" that promised to make students rich but instead steered them into expensive and mostly useless seminars, and even failed to deliver promised apprenticeships.

Trump shot back that the Democrat's lawsuit is false and politically motivated.

Well, first, it's not the Democrat's lawsuit, it's the state of New York vs. Donald Trump. Corporations may be people, but states are made up of people, they themselves are not people. Now about this law suit. It alleges:

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says many of the 5,000 students who paid up to $35,000 thought they would at least meet Trump but instead all they got was their picture taken in front of a life-size picture of "The Apprentice" TV star.

cardboard cutout of Donald Trump

Wow, a picture with a student in front of a picture of the founder. If that's the case, I want a picture with my arm around the greatest sex symbol of all times, Marilyn Monroe which I can get for a buck in front of Grauman's Chinese theater. If I was better at Photoshop, I could even change the background and have Marilyn and me in bed together. Oh, that smarty, Mr. Apprentice. No wonder he's so rich. When people say he's everywhere, he literally is -- with his cardboard cutouts.

According to the official documents...

"Trump University engaged in deception at every stage of consumers' advancement through costly programs and caused real financial harm," Schneiderman said. "Trump University, with Donald Trump's knowledge and participation, relied on Trump's name recognition and celebrity status to take advantage of consumers who believed in the Trump brand."

I just can't believe that. America's Donald Trump, deceptive? Mr. Birther himself... No, tell me this is just a hack-job someone's doing on everyone's favorite bad hair day hero.

So what does the defendant in all of this have to say in his defense? Let's see:

"The attorney general has been angry because he felt that Mr. Trump and his various companies should have done much more for him in terms of fundraising," Cohen said. "This entire investigation is politically motivated and it is a tremendous waste of taxpayers' money."

Of course, it's political. I bet Donald Trump spent thousands supporting the opponent to the Attorney General in his election campaign. It's just a case of sour grapes by the A.G.

Nope. Not true. Trump actually backed this Democrat with a $12,500 campaign donation. The A.G. was actually Trumps preferred candidate. So is this a case of biting the hand that feeds you or is it the case of pursuing justice despite where it leads?

I hope these naive would-be moguls do get there money back. But rumor has it that the Donald is close, once again, to filing for corporate bankruptcy like he did in 1991. 1992. 2004. 2009. . He may try to fold this claim into that. I guess it goes to show you that all that glitters isn't Trump gold.