Search

Constitutionality of Presidential Executive Orders on a Case by Case Basis...?

Our public school system here is having meetings about what to do concerning the bathroom debate with transgender students.

I personally believe and try to tell people I am against homophobia, we should not try to hate anybody. Especially Christians.

However equal rights does not mean preferential treatment. Women and girls having to share their public bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports with men for any reason whatsoever is not equality. Where do you stop taking women's rights away concerning this issue? I am wondering where the line is, since people have decided that it is okay to start taking women's rights away, I am just wondering how far does that go?

However equal rights does not mean preferential treatment. Women and girls having to share their public bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports with men for any reason whatsoever is not equality. Where do you stop taking women's rights away concerning this issue? I am wondering where the line is, since people have decided that it is okay to start taking women's rights away, I am just wondering how far does that go?

The public school system here, I have heard, is discussing allowing transgender students to use private teacher's bathrooms. This seems like a very good idea to me, because the girls in school will still be permitted to keep their right to their own privacy as well, which they deserve to have since they are also human beings.

As I recall this entire agenda never passed through Congress. It was an executive order signed by President Biden as soon as he was sworn into office. I believe in upholding a good system of government and having respect for political leaders. However, they have to be held accountable to do the right thing in order to perform the duties of their job properly. I am wondering if President Joe Biden signing an executive order to put this idea into law and making everyone do it is even Constitutional? Should the US Supreme Court review this and see if it has any credibility at all, unless it passes through the US Congress first? This is just my recollection of how we got here, but it does seem a little contradictory to the balance of powers if I am remembering this correctly.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/Jeremiah-Raines-Music-and-Arts-Education-and-Performance-105176335099978/