I’m curious about the May 1 letter “Traditional values reign.”
I’m a ninth generation North Carolina resident and am impressed the letter writer can go back 12 generations. Mine begins with the immigrant who was born in England in 1689. North Carolina itself started just a bit before that in 1668, so the writer’s family must have packed in a few extra generations or been in the founding group.
I guess being a native is the qualification to comment on House Bill 2, so I will. However, that disqualifies Gov. Pat McCrory and Senate leader Phil Berger, who were both born out of state.
The writer claimed that opposition to HB2 is just “a few people twisting the will of the many.” I believe that recent polls prove that assertion to be false. Further evidence of this is the open-an-artery loss of jobs that is occurring. The U.K. issued a travel advisory against our beautiful state.
If men’s rooms are defined by the existence of urinals, does that imply men cannot use a restroom if there is no urinal? What is the punishment under HB2? People opposed don’t have “morals and good common sense”? I think HB2 is itself the pinnacle of evil, anti-American and unconstitutional.