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Thursday, April 14, 2016


by R J Shulman

ATLANTA – (PTSD News Service) – The Georgia Legislature will soon vote on House Bill 45, which would require a person to provide a state accepted form of identification before being allowed to enter a public restroom.  “The two biggest threats to the middle class and American way of life are voter fraud and a person going into the wrong bathroom,” said bill sponsor, Harold Lee Wilson (R- Climax), “we fixed the voter id situation, so this bill is needed to fix the number two problem.”

The law, called The Rest Assured Restroom Freedom Act, makes sure that no one is admitted to any pubic bathroom unless they properly identify themselves.  Accepted forms of identification are an NRA membership card, knowing the current NASCAR leader, the words to God Bless the USA or the call letters of the local Rush Limbaugh radio affiliate.  Entry will be denied to anyone who fails to produce such identification, admits owning a Cher album or would follow the word “drag” with “queen” rather than “race.”

The bill authorizes the state to spend over fifteen million to Halliburton in a no bid contract for bathroom monitors.  “Everybody knows that what we do in private should be privatized,” Wilson said.    


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