Monday, July 13, 2015

Tranny Army

Pentagon announces plan aimed at lifting transgender ban
Carter said he is creating a working group that will review the policies and determine if lifting the ban would have any impact on the military's ability to be ready for battle. But he said the group will begin with the presumption that transgender people should be able to serve openly "without adverse impact on military effectiveness and readiness, unless and except where objective, practical impediments are identified."
Will transexuality adhere to the chain of command, such that a male general can force subordinates to call him a woman? If he tells you to attack, should you defend?

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