• Corporal Klinger Used To Be Good Comedy…Now It’s Reality

    The beloved and hilarious character from the hit show MASH…is no longer the stuff of humor.

    Is America on it’s way to having men in dresses?

    It’s hard to say…but the slippery slope has been greased and our enemies are definitely laughing their collective rear ends off.

    Let’s be honest. There have always been gays in the military. There have always been transgenders…who acted male but inside they felt a lot like Bruce Jenner (Yes..his name is Bruce).

    That being said…battle is the stuff of legend. It is hard and violent, terrible, dark,  and it is ridiculously masculine…right or wrong.

    The enemy won’t care what damn bathroom you identify with or if you want to cut of your male parts and wear a dress. They would be happy if you were dead…no matter if you identified with a living person or not!

    According to the Daily Mail people from more than 18 countries who allow Transgender military service  came to D.C. to discuss the ramifications of allowing this type of behavior to become normal in the US military.

    Transgender military personnel from 18 countries across the world gathered today to talk about their experiences and discuss whether the US military could join them.

    The conference attendees, who are all from militaries that allow transgender service, gathered in Washington, DC.

    The gathering, Perspectives on Transgender Military Service from Around the Globe, is the first-ever and largest international conference of transgender military service members on US soil.

    An estimated 15,500 transgender individuals currently serve in the US military, but they are banned by Pentagon rules from serving, and if their identity is discovered, the military is required to discharge them.

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) supports the elimination of rules that ban transgender people from openly serving in the military, her office told the Washington Blade.

    The commission went on to state:

    The independent commission led by a former U.S. surgeon general also concluded that President Obama could lift the decades-old ban without approval from Congress.

    About 15,500 transgender personnel are currently serving, nearly all under their birth genders and not transitioning in an appearance-altering way, according to the Williams Institute, a think tank.

    So…Corporal Klinger would be out of luck in today’s military? His dream of discharge for his edgy, dress-wearing behavior is even further from reality than it was during Korea!

    Simply putting on a dress would definitely not get you kicked out or sent home…you would be welcomed in!

    How far have we fallen?

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