- Jan 15, 2013
- United Kingdom
You said that at times. At other times you said that you base pronouns on appearance, even when they don't match sex. At other other times you said appearance can always reliably tell you someone's sex. You've said a variety of things, often inconsistent, sometimes contradictory.For like the millionth time, I didn't say sex = appearance, I said said people use appearance to figure out sex.
The Constitution protects the states' rights to determine their own rules for nominating electors. If/when the Supreme Court rules on something, their interpretation takes precedence-- but an issue has to be appealed to them before that can happen. Before that, it can get ruled on by state Court.The question of if the 14th amendment bars Trump from being president is a federal question, not a state question. Once the feds determine the answer, states have to apply that ruling.
Probably because that was a completely different situation, and a pointless hypothetical.Beastie Boys wouldn't be charged for anything if people actually started fighting for their right to party.