Originally posted by wideopen231: Hell put them on frontline. Maybe they can stop a bullet that would have hit a good ol normal American solider.
The problem is that this bill would allow folks to come into the military and spent the vast majority of their years making a medical change on the taxpayers' dime. Never defending our country from anything but their sexual identity confusion.
Foxtrot Juliet Bravo
Posts: 6338 | Location: Illinois | Registered: July 08, 2004
It's endemic. The freaks, perverts, deviates, etc. are now mainstream. The Commandant of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs is a proud lesbian, "married" to her partner. They have two young children. Wonderful. It's one thing to tolerate these freaks, it's another thing to celebrate them.
The soldier, who was convicted under the name of Bradley Manning and now identifies herself as a woman, attracted widespread support from privacy advocates and transgender activists who complained that she couldn't get the medical help she needed in the military prison in Leavenworth, Kan. "We ought not treat a traitor like a martyr."
Originally posted by Bill Koski: Sadly the VILE trumpster supports queers and transgender nuts getting special treatment and rights! As I've stated from day one he is a life long looooooony tunes leftie!
Because of "Never Trumpers" like you, Trump can't get congress to pass any of his programs. I suppose you would be happier with the despicable vermin Hillary or the socialist/communist Sanders as president? That was the only option. Grow up, for Christ's sake!!!!!!!
I was in the draft lottery and my number was 349. I'm thankful as it was right at the very middle Vietnam.
I was pre-lottery and was drafted in '69 (no new Camaro for me). The war was winding down then and my orders for Vietnam out of AIT were cancelled (poor me went to Florida instead). I didn't pay any attention to the lottery as my goose had been cooked by then, but I'm surprised you feel it was in the "middle Vietnam".
Illegitimi non carborundum
Posts: 2320 | Location: OKC, OK | Registered: February 15, 2008
I didn't wait to be drafted, I enlisted in the Army. I felt that I had an obligation to this Country which is something sadly missing these days. I'm very proud of my Grandson Kyle who is a First Class in the Navy.
Most kids today are spoiled rotten they demand everything, it's all take and no give. Please note that I said "most".
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