Ain’t That America: Transsexuals In The US Military?

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Every qualified American who wants to serve our country, except the racists, should be allowed to serve in the US military. Ain’t That America.

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8 Responses to Ain’t That America: Transsexuals In The US Military?

  1. NYYankees says:

    Transsexualism is the only ‘medical’ affliction whose ‘treatment’ is covered by insurance that doesn’t have a mental health ‘diagnosis,’ last I checked anyway.

    Jew and fag racket.

  2. NYYankees says:

    Check the second paragraph on ‘Process:’

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transsexualism

    I feel certain deep inside that I was born a super model but somehow insurance never paid to make me look like one…

  3. more of the same says:

    The military has become a jobs program for every PC designated victim group and misfit.

    I suspect, though, the actual fighting gets done by otherwise normal White men who labor under the delusion that USSA is still their country.

  4. Logan Smith says:

    They’ve already barred good Southern men who carry the Confederate battle flag and naval jack with pride on their shoulder, as a tattoo. This is just another slap in the face to us cannon fodder. If you have any boys in your family who are planning on enlisting, being Southerners I’m sure you do, tell them what the military has become. Tell them what they’ll actually be fighting for. Try your best to change their minds, so instead of them giving their lives for the Leftist empire, they may one day give their lives for a free South.

  5. Rudel says:

    “so instead of them giving their lives for the Leftist empire, they may one day give their lives for a free South.”

    As a combat vet I would strongly suggest they take this famous advice instead:

    “I want you to remember, that no poor dumb bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it, by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country.”

    ? George S. Patton Jr., War as I Knew It – 1947

  6. Reynauld de Chatillon says:

    Logan Smith, you are 100% right. I have a 20 year old nephew who just finished Army Reserve training. I’m trying like hell to discourage him from pursuing it. I told him it ain’t his grandpa’s army anymore (My Dad served in WW2) and it sure ain’t his great-great grandpa’s army! (Alabama Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia 1861-1865). I say leave to all the scum they favor now.

  7. Dick in Florida says:

    ew! Gross!

  8. Logan Smith says:

    Reynauld, Amen brother.

    Rudel, you know what I mean.

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