Yes fellow Washingtonian Conservatives don't let Seattle freaks decide our state again. Open your ballot the day it arrives, vote and go mail it!
We all know procrastinators- sit em down and lend a hand. We ALL need to vote. No pathetic turnout like NY and the last 5 states. Let's show the candidates Washington state votes!!
 April 22, 2016 at 10:34am
I’m 100% certain this is going to lead to forced conversion of all public restrooms into unisex, with toilets in their own closet-like rooms, and locker room showers turned into rows of individual shower rooms, complete with their own latchable doors.
Because this is one issue that I feel is not going to improve over time. Almost all women don’t want to see schlongs in the locker rooms, they don’t care about the guy’s gender identity or sexual orientation. And after the recent video-recording incident, the privacy of public toilets are being compromised as well. And building a “third option” restroom is obviously going over just as well as “civil unions”.
Invest now in plumbing supply companies and construction/remodeling companies, this could be a jackpot in the making.
The scenario you described is pretty much the way it was in my high school. Women's bathrooms always have stalls and I can't imagine that changing. And in the locker room, the showers were individualized with walls and curtains. As for dressing, there were also stalls with curtains. To have an open shower would have been scandalous.
Maggie is just making excuses for perverts.
And in the locker room, the showers were individualized with walls and curtains.
Most locker rooms in public schools have very little privacy. Been to several schools and the shower was always a big open room with several shower heads along the wall.
High School Girls Don’t Want Transgender in Locker Room
 April 19, 2016 at 12:08pm
So you’d rather live in a “might makes right” theocracy like Iran. Got it.
 April 12, 2016 at 2:22pm
Make the mandatory service age 16-17 and include volunteering for certain organizations. The military can turn away whoever they wish. Problem solved.
 April 11, 2016 at 9:24am
Both sides are saying they can beat Hillary, that their opponent will lose to Hillary, and they’ll present their polls that say so. Who can we believe?
I say we go with Cruz, at least so we can finally put the “conservatives won’t stay home in November if the GOP nominates a real conservative” theory to the test.
 April 7, 2016 at 2:14pm
I guess these people believe that a black person officially “loses their blackness” if they commit a crime against another black person.
You know, the same way they view black Republicans.
The dead black man loses his "blackness" forever. My limited knowledge, most of the time there is absolutely no reason to murder another person black or white. Seems like it is gratifying to a shooter when a toddler is murdered. Why shoot a baby? Why shoot an innocent person? What justifies wanton murder? Nothning.
 April 1, 2016 at 5:19pm
(Still doesn’t beat “Damn It Feels Good To Be A Clinton”, though.)
 March 30, 2016 at 9:15am
Seriously? If Cruz or Kasich was saying the government’s top 3 responsibilities were security, health care and education (even IF they walked it back with the states comments), you think there wouldn’t be an uproar of RINO accusations?
Trump seems to have pulled a Perry ’12, at the very least.
March 30, 2016 at 9:10am
I guess he’s not a man of his word anymore.
How many delegates are assigned to his ego?
 March 30, 2016 at 9:06am
“He’s done for now!” Take 545!
 March 30, 2016 at 9:02am
If this was any other candidate, everyone would be screaming “GOPe!” “RINO!” “LIBERAL IMPOSTOR!” and so on.
But since it’s Saint Donald, he gets a pass, right, Trumpheads?
You would are exactly right. This would be the death blow to any serious candidate with serious followers. Well, at least in the Republican race.
 March 29, 2016 at 10:09am
The only thing that’ll matter to the GOP leaders is $$$. It won’t matter if they go against 99.9% of their base, or if their base dwindles to under a million registered members, as long as they have their sugar-daddy donors (not to mention campaign laws favoring a duopoly), they’re just gonna do whatever they want. It’s going to take a mass cutoff of funds from big-money party donors for the GOPe to change their tune.
 March 22, 2016 at 9:37am
And they do have the turkey and veggie patties too.
 March 18, 2016 at 11:27am
You’re embarrassing yourself at this point, Madge. You were quite the rabblerouser back in the day, but let Miley take care of that now.
 March 17, 2016 at 3:08pm
He talks about increased military spending like it’s a good thing. I don’t want increased military spending, I want RESPONSIBLE spending. In the military and everywhere else. No more bloated contracts and thousand-dollar hammers. I want the armed forces to stay strong, but not at the expense of unmanageable debt, and certainly not to just go on nation-building sprees.
March 17, 2016 at 11:18am
I don’t think Garland’s gonna be the one… even it he gets a hearing, I think some Democrats are gonna vote him down.
I doubt if anyone will vote him down. He is a moderate, popular among both Democrats and Republicans in Congress, and was vetted and confirmed by Dems and Republicans for DC Circuit Court of Appeals, his current job.
March 17, 2016 at 9:26am
I agree about the sorry state of the primaries. I myself prefer the primaries to be 5-10 Super Tuesdays, with 5-10 states each, and the order rotates every four years. And yeah, IA/NH needs to get in line like the rest of us.
 March 17, 2016 at 9:23am
Um… you sure you got that right?
2004 Popular Vote – Bush 62,040,610, Kerry 59,028,444
You might be thinking of 2000, when Gore got more of the popular vote but Bush squeaked in on the electoral.
Just as well, though. Can you imagine what our country would be like if Gore, the climate-change monger, had been in office, even for 4 years? He would have virtually shut down everything with his Executive power, even more than O*, I believe. Makes me shudder just to think of it, 'cause Gore is NUTS.
[-1] March 16, 2016 at 5:11pm
Said every Establishment Republican.
March 16, 2016 at 10:49am
LibSoc: They’re all about responsibility, but they prefer abstinence-only sexual education (in some areas, WITHOUT providing contraceptive information). Which seems kinda irresponsible to me.