Trans insanity a powerful weapon

In an American Thinker article recounting the seriously negative effects the backlash boycott against Target's open bathroom policies is having, a commenter named Maggie said this:

Let me get this right....a male CEO pretty much just told women it's not ok to use the restroom at Target with reasonable peace of mind because a minor handful of men need to feel special...another example of men telling women it's ok as long as it doesn't affect them. Identify with this, ovarian cancer, uterine cysts, PMS, rape...I'm sorry but, why not ask 157 Million "WOMEN" how they feel about it rather than make a decision for all of us just so a miniscule percentage of men can identify. Angry.

Think about that: Target's $28-million-a-year CEO, Brian Cornell, has handed every Republican candidate in this country who is accused of being a part of the so-called War on Women by his Democrat opponent a double-barreled 12-gauge response to that phony charge.  Essentially, all such Republicans need to do is remind their audience or media interrogators of the negative financial impact of the Target CEO's decision to involve his company in an increasingly bizarre and unpopular liberal socio-political campaign and then turn the charge right back on Democrats with Maggie's excellent point: a male CEO can simply dictate to the millions of women in his customer base, without any attempt to solicit their opinions, that they must set aside their long held cultural beliefs and their sense of personal safety to accommodate a Democrat sponsored, microscopic percentage of men?  That a small group of males whose confused and questionable sexual self-identification is considered a mental aberration by the larger population including many medical professionals is more important to Target than their millions of female customers?

Boom!  That's the first barrel.

The second barrel comes when the Republican points out that what Target is doing is not at all different from what our male Democrat president is doing by federal dictate, using the power of federal school funding to enact and enforce the identity-confused platform of the Democratic National Committee.  The candidate should then state that it is his position that such decisions should be determined by local customs, at no higher level than the state, but absolutely without any federal or national political party input.  And that should be followed with:

"So tell me: just which political party is waging social war on the women of America? 

Boom!  That's the second barrel.

Obama's misguided insistence on pushing this trans insanity and using federal education funding as a club to beat the states into compliance is a gift to the Republican Party in state and local races.  There are millions of women out there like Maggie who are angry over having males cram this trannie issue down their throats, and Obama's threatening their children's school funding has to make them even more so.  But Barack Obama has failed to heed his own advice: he's brought a club to a gunfight.  As soon as active campaigning starts, every Republican candidate should gratefully take Maggie's 12-gauge in hand and start blasting.

In an American Thinker article recounting the seriously negative effects the backlash boycott against Target's open bathroom policies is having, a commenter named Maggie said this:

Let me get this right....a male CEO pretty much just told women it's not ok to use the restroom at Target with reasonable peace of mind because a minor handful of men need to feel special...another example of men telling women it's ok as long as it doesn't affect them. Identify with this, ovarian cancer, uterine cysts, PMS, rape...I'm sorry but, why not ask 157 Million "WOMEN" how they feel about it rather than make a decision for all of us just so a miniscule percentage of men can identify. Angry.

Think about that: Target's $28-million-a-year CEO, Brian Cornell, has handed every Republican candidate in this country who is accused of being a part of the so-called War on Women by his Democrat opponent a double-barreled 12-gauge response to that phony charge.  Essentially, all such Republicans need to do is remind their audience or media interrogators of the negative financial impact of the Target CEO's decision to involve his company in an increasingly bizarre and unpopular liberal socio-political campaign and then turn the charge right back on Democrats with Maggie's excellent point: a male CEO can simply dictate to the millions of women in his customer base, without any attempt to solicit their opinions, that they must set aside their long held cultural beliefs and their sense of personal safety to accommodate a Democrat sponsored, microscopic percentage of men?  That a small group of males whose confused and questionable sexual self-identification is considered a mental aberration by the larger population including many medical professionals is more important to Target than their millions of female customers?

Boom!  That's the first barrel.

The second barrel comes when the Republican points out that what Target is doing is not at all different from what our male Democrat president is doing by federal dictate, using the power of federal school funding to enact and enforce the identity-confused platform of the Democratic National Committee.  The candidate should then state that it is his position that such decisions should be determined by local customs, at no higher level than the state, but absolutely without any federal or national political party input.  And that should be followed with:

"So tell me: just which political party is waging social war on the women of America? 

Boom!  That's the second barrel.

Obama's misguided insistence on pushing this trans insanity and using federal education funding as a club to beat the states into compliance is a gift to the Republican Party in state and local races.  There are millions of women out there like Maggie who are angry over having males cram this trannie issue down their throats, and Obama's threatening their children's school funding has to make them even more so.  But Barack Obama has failed to heed his own advice: he's brought a club to a gunfight.  As soon as active campaigning starts, every Republican candidate should gratefully take Maggie's 12-gauge in hand and start blasting.