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  • Re: Voters Are Beginning To Regret Voting For Adolf Cheeto

    mrrealone wrote: »
    I hope he revers all/most of this gay stuff tho......

    Copper wrote: »
    mrrealone wrote: »
    I hope he revers all/most of this gay stuff tho......

    He won't he's not a Republican...he's a pure elitist.

    Edit: Severs

    May not come from Trump, but his boy Pence is not all that favored by the lgbt's. All the monkeys who "wacked" my post are monkeys who don't even know what's going on. They probably think this stuff won't have an effect on them. Monkeys probably don't even realize that's they taxpayer dollars funding those tranny surgeries. Just blind folk talking.....
  • Re: American Military laughing stock of the world. "Pentagon ends ban on transgender troops in military"

    Under the new policy, by Oct. 1, transgender troops already serving should be able to receive medical care and begin formally changing their gender identifications in the Pentagon’s personnel system.

    Under the new policy, transgender troops would receive any medically necessary care including surgery, Carter said.
    The new rules also give military commanders flexibility, noting that not all transition cases are the same. Commanders will have the discretion to make decisions on a case-by-case basis, including on job placement, deployments, training delays and other accommodations, based on the needs of the military mission and whether the service members can perform their duties.

    Oh I'm sure Barry had something to do w/ this and is just every bit of excited being that he married one.....

    If I'm not mistaken, taxpayers will have to foot the bill for this surgery too. Smh, sickening. I work w/ them jokers so who knows what this is gonna spiral into. Gays are out more than ever after the repeal of DADT, but you all may very well see soldiers walk around on bases or in public just like in that pic above. By all means, not saying they can't do the job either. But it is a joke to see someone in uniform who has that mental illness....
    DoUwant2go2HeavenYoung StefHuey_Cgns
  • Re: Lil Keke gets Lifetime Achievement Award from President Obama

    I wonder what Obama's cd collection look like

    Probably full of gay/transgender artists.....

    This stunt w/ Keke is just to appeal to us hiphop heads....
  • Re: Alabama Demands Voter ID--Then Closes Driver's License Offices In Black Counties...

    D0wn wrote: »
    Who needs a vote? We need to start working on us before I read this article
    mrrealone wrote: »
    Phuck a vote

    U dusty male thots who dont contribute a damn thang to society. would fail to understand. its not about voting, but having the rights to vote or not.

    Rights bitches. Rights.
    That's what being an American citizen is all about. The rights, to have access to resources. So by denying or messing around with Americans rights, is a violation of the constitution.

    Phuck a right to vote too......
    gnsDisciplined InSightMECCA1000
  • President Uhuru Kenyatta VS. President Obama - Gay Rights Edition

    Obama clashes with Kenyan president over gay rights


    Barack Obama says “bad things happen” when countries don’t accept their citizens’ right to be homosexual

    Barack Obama, the US president, has directly challenged his host Uhuru Kenyatta, the Kenyan president, on the issue of gay rights, suggesting that “bad things happen” when countries don’t accept their citizens’ right to be homosexual.

    Mr Obama said that as an African-American, he was “painfully aware” of what it was like to be treated as a lesser citizen in law in his own country and that such discriminatory policies ended up on the wrong side of history.

    "When you start treating people differently, not because of any harm they’re doing anybody but because they’re doing different, that’s the path whereby freedoms begin to erode, and bad things happen,” Mr Obama told reporters at State House in Nairobi.

    “And when government gets in the habit of treating people differently, those habits start to spread. I am unequivocal on this. The idea they are going to be treated differently or abused because of who they love is wrong, full stop.”

    But Mr Kenyatta, who was warned by senior members of his party not to comment on the issue in the run-up to Mr Obama’s historic visit, insisted gay rights in conservative Kenya was a “non-issue”.

    “We share so many values, our common love for democracy, entrepreneurship, value for families. But there are some things we must admit we don't share, our culture, our societies don't accept,” he told a frowning Mr Obama.

    “It’s very difficult to impose that on people that which they themselves do not accept. For Kenyans today the issue of gay rights is really a non-issue. We want to focus on other areas that are day-to-day living for people.”

    Clever. Get a "black face" in office to promote that stuff to Africans.......

    A Talented One