Saying that “Everybody needs to take a deep breath, respect one another”, John Kasich announced today that states don’t need laws protecting children and ladies from transgenders going into the wrong restrooms, and that he wouldn’t sign such a law as Governor.
Going with the “Can’t we all just get along” line, Kasich continued his week-long pandering to feminazi’s and gender extremists in a bid to out-flank Trump to the left and steal some of New York’s extreme liberal voters:
“I wouldn’t have signed that law from everything I know; I haven’t studied it,” the GOP presidential candidate added. “You just got to see what the laws are and what the proposals are and why you need to write a law. Why do we have to write a law every time we turn around in this country? Can’t we figure out just how to get along a little bit better and respect one another? I mean, that’s where I think we ought to be. Everybody chill out.”
Allowing that some religious institutions should have some kind of vague protections, the Ohio governor worried about how “tricky” it is to tell a grown man “NO” when he tries to follow a group of little girls into the lady’s room:
“But when you get beyond that, it gets to be a tricky issue,” he added. “And ‘tricky’ is not the right word, but it can become a contentious issue.”
“Tricky” and “contentious”. Two words that don’t come to mind for me when discussing the “rights” of grown men to go into the little girl’s room.
Interesting that Kasich is running on the idea that he has “executive experience” and can make the “tough decisions”, while complaining that Cruz has never “accomplished anything”. I don’t think there would be anything “tricky” for Senator Cruz when asked to sign a law saying grown men shouldn’t be creeping into girl’s restrooms.