posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 01:47 AM
Trump's not so bad with LGBT, he was even a democrat. The problem is the discriminatory filth is even-more-so infiltrating. His VP can't be ignored.
It can't be so open, if both R seats were cool headed on that topic there would have been even more turnout I bet. It's kind of ironic for Trump to be
in the more correct moral position generally than his VP, he's never given 'the vibe' that he's homophobic while brilliantly making it aware he's
To be honest, LGBT is super diverse and lots of progress has actually been made. I see it on a level of men and women. I wouldn't be surprised if the
group eventually holds 50/50 margins. That's a while out though, in the short term, Obamacare, for example will hit a lot of resistance.
Many Transgender people have or are using Obamacare. This isn't because it's a Democrat thing though~ it's because Obamacare was literally breaking
the ice on the insurance policies of it, as it was neglected by other insurance. I myself, had 3 different forms of private health insurance through
Work and my parents and myself, and none of them covered any aspect of it and I was forced to obtain Obamacare thinking I would need it. Now this has
changed, and many private companies now do have forms of insurance that cover it, but I think that a lot of people simply won't want to switch for
this reason. I'm using my private insurance, but a lot of Trans during those years used Obamacare, and many in the process might still be planning to.
It is pretty novel for the Government in that particular position to step in and try to help people who are being discriminated against, but the
private deductibles instantly make it look bad once compared. It makes me wonder if there is anything else insurance companies should be covering that
Obamacare could lean into them on, despite it being bad health insurance, to force them to eventually cover it out of the 'competition'.
on 26-10-2016 by imjack because: (no reason given)