Given that the president himself just appointed a transgender woman to an administration post, perhaps it went without saying that, no, the federal government won’t discriminate against potential employees based on gender identity. Okay, that’s a stretch. But now USAJobs.gov, the official entry point for anyone looking for a government job, has updated its anti-discrimination policies to specifically prohibit such disqualification, and the gay groups are happy!
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I await to see the explanations that this is insignificant, that he has done anything, and that Hillary would have done more.
Me too. Baited breath.
Fuck No 1 AND No 2
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Obama and Rahm better stop thinking they can throw scraps in the cage and keep us happy, because watching Obama put every issue before repeals of DADT and DOMA has turned us into snarling pit bulls.
We are not afraid of pleasing Democrats anymore. Notice to King Fucktard: the gay courtesans have left the building.
And should a trans-person be discriminated against, that person’s remedy under the law is…what exactly?
Like clockwork. Thanks, guys!
All you queers out there ought to know that your job is to shut up and keep sucking his big black one. And, if you do a good enough job and get him off again in 2012 he might just drop something in the tip jar.
And if by chance you *do* get discriminated against… you get to complain to the OSC, as it says on the website.
But the OSC has not been given the authority by Congress to act on complaints. Yes, discriminating against GLBT federal employees is now against government policy, that is clear. No, there is no way of enforcing this policy, as congress has not given the relevant offices the power to do so.
Kabuki Theatre, anyone?
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