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Irony

July 26 is a day of irony in the history of the United States of America.

You see, on this day in 1948, President Harry S. Truman desegregated the United States military.  Conversely, CNN and MSNBC report that Trump announced a ban on transgendered people serving in the military.

Wait a minute.  Isn’t the Republican Party supposed to be the party that stays out of your personal life?  Well, they proved themselves to be lying on that one again, didn’t they?

What business is it of anyone’s what anyone is?  Who cares?  Don’t give me this morality crap!  We all know what soldiers do to women when they find them-or do I have to remind you of what happened in Haditha again?

That poor girl and those sick scumfuckers who should have had their necks stretched for that deplorable war crime!  And don’t think that I never bring that up when I see one of these jokers in a parking lot-because I do every time.  Consider it a small price to pay for their parents telling me to leave this country because I marched against the war and consider it a small price to pay for their being stupid enough to believe a Republican and coming home empty-handed….with no weapons of mass destruction.

But, whoa, whoa!  Transgendered personel are somehow the problem!

No, the problem is that conservatives are maybe a little too attracted to those whom they claim to hate.

Aye, Mr. Shakespeare, I agree!  They doth protest too much!

For more information on Executive Order 9981, please go to  https://trumanlibrary.org/anniversaries/desegblurb.htm.

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