Scalia's Own Past Ruling Sinks Bathroom Police

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That little snippet is from Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, 523 U.S. 75 (1998 ). Regardless of what addictinginfo or the comically unqualified Christian Drake thinks that quote means from Oncale, the ruling and Scalia's opinion are as far removed from Obama's bathroom demand as a Second Amendent case. Even if it was a remote possibility, there is nothing in Obama's bathroom demand that has the force of law and even Obama has admitted to that.

A bit of advice for addictinginfo: if addictinginfo wants to reference a Supreme Court ruling vis-a-vis something that triggered their feelings getting hurt, it is a pretty solid bet that the federal statute that is being violated should accompany the ruling for any credibility.
 
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That little snippet is from Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, 523 U.S. 75 (1998 ). Regardless of what addictinginfo or the comically unqualified Christian Drake thinks that quote means from Oncale, the ruling and Scalia's opinion are as far removed from Obama's bathroom demand as a Second Amendent case. Even if it was a remote possibility, there is nothing in Obama's bathroom demand that has the force of law and even Obama has admitted to that.

A bit of advice for addictinginfo: if addictinginfo wants to reference a Supreme Court ruling vis-a-vis something that triggered their feelings getting hurt, it is a pretty solid bet that the federal statute that is being violated should accompany the ruling for any credibility.
You mean except for the fact the DOJ ruling that it is a violation of Title 7 and 9 and does have the power of law, and can and will be enforced if Texas doesn't comply?

You mean like that councelor?
 
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You mean except for the fact the DOJ ruling that it is a violation of Title 7 and 9 and does have the power of law, and can and will be enforced if Texas doesn't comply?

You mean like that councelor?
The DOJ does not rule on Title VII or Title IX. That is why they filed a lawsuit in federal court. That is why the always file lawsuits regarding both. That is because there is a little thing called procedural did process.

Moreover, if you want to make the claim that Title VII and Title IX will be enforced against Texas, then make the legal argument and basis for that happening in your next post.

Have you abandoned defending the addictinginfo piece on the legal merits regarding the Scalia ruling?