Saturday, March 31, 2012

Jenna Talackova gets unexpected support

Just goes to show that people understand transsexuals in general and young ones without question. Bill O'Reilly had a spot this evening discussing Jenna Talackova and the fact she might take legal action and guess whose side Mr. O'Reilly came down on.

O'Reilly said and I am paraphrasing here, "since she has had her surgery and is now a woman they, Miss Universe Pageant, are trying to tell her she is not a woman and that is wrong in my opinion", and he thought she had a good case.

Even the conservative woman from Texas was not really negative. Now if we could just keep the transgender dipshits out of it with their transvestite bullshit women with a history might actually take a step forward. I will say it again. People have little issue with those transsexuals that have SRS and become women since they see that as a definitive step. The problem is and will continue to be the attempt to relate us to transvestites.

Imagine that!! Bill O'Reilly thought Jenna Talackova was woman enough and beautiful enough to be allowed to compete in the Miss Universe Pageant. Funny how none of the transgender activists ever mention the simple fact she is a complete woman since SRS as they attempt to pull her into their world of we are all the same even if we have a penis.I am waiting for them to actually tell the Miss Universe Pageant that a penis should not disqualify someone.


Anonymous said...

No surprise here. O'Reilly has always been a no nonsense, "No Spin Zone" kind of guy. His logic is simple and flawless.

I found it interesting that it was his resident house "lefty" that offered the strongest justification for Jenna's exclusions and her "arguements" were weak at best.


Anonymous said...

While I won't waste my time with lamestream media of ANY sort it's good to see she is getting support and that some recognize she corrected the birth defect.

Mass media is known to cause loss of IQ points.

Just say no.


Sagebrush said...

Snaps to Bill O'Reilly for getting it!

I commented on a blog the other day that even when the media say "transgender," they usually mean "transsexual," because really all ordinary people know about are people (mostly men) who change sex and men who cross-dress. All that other stuff under the umbrella is really only of interest to other umbrella people. Probably frustrates them.

Anonymous said...

...and when I saw the light it almost blinded me.

What's the Miss Universe pageant, really?

Strip away the props and the constructed-glamour chic, and in the end, the winner gets a contract, a paycheck, and duties to perform. I don't know Canadian law, but there might well indeed be a fairly straightforward job-discrimination case here.

She's playing high stakes poker with this, but if she wins... The days of, "We just found out, clear out your desk" would finally be over. We're talking Miss Universe here. No other employer would have a leg to stand on ever again with that. Righteous.

Bill O'Reilly, on FOX no less - of all the people to be out in front in all the places in the mainstream media, gotta admit I didn't see that coming. Kudos to him.

-- A.R.