Nation of Gnat Chokers

Nation of Gnat Chokers

…was denied a passport after the State Department declined to let Zzyym use the gender marker “X.” [reference article below]


Because Dana Zzyym wanted to make a Federal case out of a “missing” check box everyone is made to choke along with him, or, her.

You blind guides! You strain out a gnat but swallow a camel. “Woe to you, teachers of the law ….but inside they are full of greed and self-indulgence. (Matthew 23:24-25)

Get a note from your doctor and select a box.

Select a box, live by it so that the WHOLE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA doesn’t have to accommodate you.

Gesh – serve others rather than being a selfish little brat that must be waited on hand and foot.

Woe to you lawyers indeed.

Hint: And the courts have the gall to whine they are too busy and can’t get anything done. The last thing the courts are is busy.

Warning: In the King County Courts they strain on gnats so as to promote protected hate crimes. No wonder juries can’t make a simple judgement as to evidence.

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Opinion unto righteousness / Timothy Williams / Enumclaw.com
Thursday.21.July.2016

Article Reference

(latimes.com)—Dana Zzyym needed a U.S. passport, but the application offered only two gender choices: male or female. For Zzyym, neither was accurate.

Zzyym was born with ambiguous genitalia and identifies as intersex, neither male nor female. Zzyym — who uses the gender-neutral pronouns “they” and “them” — was denied a passport after the State Department declined to let Zzyym use the gender marker “X.”

Zzyym, a Fort Collins, Colo., resident and Navy veteran, has sued the State Department, saying the federal government violated the Constitution’s guarantees of due process rights and discriminated against Zzyym based on gender. The suit names Secretary of State John F. Kerry as a defendant and alleges that in order to get a passport, Zzyym would have had to lie under penalty of perjury.

Oral arguments in the case were presented Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Denver before Judge R. Brooke Jackson. A decision is forthcoming.

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