At least we know Barack's a dude:
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday that a transgender politician did not mislead voters by running for office as a woman.It's hard to fathom exactly what advantage Bruce allegedly had, given that she lost the election at issue. So did the two putzes who sued. Surely there's some creative legal theory afoot, right?
The court dismissed a lawsuit filed by two opponents of the politician, Michelle Bruce, who was born Michael Bruce, that said she disguised her sex while seeking re-election last year in Riverdale, Ga.
But Michael B. King, the plaintiffs’ lawyer, said Ms. Bruce had received an unfair advantage by running as a woman in a heavily female district.Yeah, because being a woman has always been such an advantage in the political world. Why, next time perhaps she might come out as an atheist during the campaign - that'll surely do the trick!
In the lawsuit, Mr. King referred to Ms. Bruce as a man.
'We maintain that Mr. Bruce misled the voters into believing that he was a female,' he said. 'He got more female votes than he would have if he hadn’t used a fictitious name.'