Busiek's latest distortion tactic
A lot of Republican politicians seems to be more concerned with hypotheticals than with reality.— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 20, 2016
It makes sense to them that citizens with guns would stop bad guys with guns, so actual data that undercuts that is ignored.— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 20, 2016
They want to be scared of trans girls in women’s rooms even though data says that’s not a threat.— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 20, 2016
Very interesting. His defense of allowing transgender MEN to use women's bathrooms clearly wasn't working, so now, he's putting words in the GOP's mouths, to say nothing of implying it's wrong for conservatives to offer help to ladies in distress. And IMO, he's unwittingly insulting women by implying they're transphobic or something. Tsk tsk tsk.
He might want to consider the following revelation in this polling news:
A growing number of gay activists and professionals also oppose Obama’s push to establish the transgender ideology in schools.They must realize the whole campaign's only hurting them, making them look bad. Busiek will probably quit his noxious stance in time too, but for now, it goes without saying he's only helped undermine the SJWs he's backing, rather than helping them, and at the same time, perpetuated an image of people in entertainment being open to terrible beliefs.
Same for voter ID laws, same for so many others. “Be scared of what-if! Don’t look at what actually exists! Just…be scared of imagination!"— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 20, 2016
And I guess he's got nothing against uncontrolled entrance to the USA, and has no worries about whether criminals and terrorists can infiltrate.
No offense meant to anyone in particular, but Orson Scott Card is a fucking moron.— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 23, 2016
What's this, he's still got a beef against Card, nearly 3 years after Card was attacked for all the wrong reasons? And wow, what a vile tongue Kurt's employed there. I don't know why he's brought this up, but I'm sure it's not based on valid dissent. There's so many other novelists out there much worse than Card (whom I'm sure Busiek knows was a Democrat for many years), like Stephen King, whose politics are even worse than his overrated thriller novels. Yet again, Busiek's proven he's lost all sense of decency.