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Sunday, July 16, 2017

24 Congressmen Voted to Fund Transgender Surgery for the Military! Here's the Dirty Two Dozen.

How delusional is this? Would you 
want to be in a communal shower with him?
The 24 Congressmen who voted to use OUR MONEY to fund transgender surgery in the military should all be sent packing including Virginia rep Barbara Comstock. They are faux conservatives. If they don't have the brains to know when a man is a man and a woman is a woman, they sure don't belong making decisions that impact our lives.

Not only that, but surgery does not solve the problems of these gender-confused folks. The suicide rate among the transgendered is 20% higher than the non-transgendered. Dr. Paul McHugh, former head of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins, calls transgender feelings a disorder of assumption similar to that experienced by emaciated anorexics who consider themselves obese and literally starve themselves to death. It's a mental disorder! According to an article at CNS News:

“’Sex change’ is biologically impossible,” said McHugh. “People who undergo sex-reassignment surgery do not change from men to women or vice versa. Rather, they become feminized men or masculinized women. Claiming that this is civil-rights matter and encouraging surgical intervention is in reality to collaborate with and promote a mental disorder.”
Amen! And all these nutty Republicans did just that. You're tax dollars at work, folks. And no doubt if you "follow the money" you will find lots of homo-bucks going into the campaign treasure chests of these RINOs. If they belong to you, check it out. Their campaign reports are public.

Justin Amash (Michigan)


Jack Bergman (Michigan)
Mike Coffman (Colorado)
Barbara Comstock (Virginia)
Paul Cook (California)
Ryan Costello (Pennsylvania)
Carlos Curbelo (Florida)
Jeff Denham (California)
Charlie Dent (Pennsylvania)
John Faso (New York)
Brian Fitzpatrick (Pennsylvania)
Darrell Issa (California)
John Katko (New York)
Steve Knight (California)
Leonard Lance (New Jersey)
Frank LoBiondo (New Jersey)
Tom MacArthur (New Jersey)
Brian Mast (Florida)
Tom Reed (New York)
Dave Reichert (Washington)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida)
Bill Shuster (Pennsylvania)
Elise Stefanik (New York)
Claudia Tenney (New York)

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

There are so many people out there who need good surgery just to survive, and the money and drugs are wasted on this. It is criminal!

Michael H. Smith, Chase City, Virginia said...

I will become very unpopular with my Establishment republicrats at our next county committee meeting when I demand the Virginia GOP openly condemn these idiots and demand they be primaried by real reality connected conservatives next year.

CCR said...

I agree with Mr Smith's comment but I do not think we have enough time left to solve this by winning more elections. China, Russia, and North Korea may make their move to devour Japan (see the prophecies of St Hildegard of Bingen) and I cannot imagine God blessing our Armed Forces with a victory - not if this kind of lunacy is still going on.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Amen! Anonymous

And a big thank you to you, Mr. Smith. I used to belong to the Republican Party and was on the Fairfax County Republican Committee. I was also a precinct chairman at one time, but I got sick of being expected to work for hacks like John Warner.

When we moved to the Shenandoah Valley I volunteered with the Republican women for awhile, but the party out here is so inbred and controlling, and supportive of the establishment that I got fed up and quit.

We no longer have a real two-party system, just Democrats and Democrats-light. We need a revolution! I think it's name is Revival under the banner of Christ the King.

David said...

Glad no Republicans from my state (Texas) voted for this. I need to thank my representative.

Years ago, I remember Archbishop Broglio from the Archdiocese for the Military Services addressed Congress on the danger of repealing "don't ask, don't tell, don't pursue." I felt the majority of Congress (sadly) ignored him.

Douglas Valenzuela said...

We need a Catholic Counterrevolution. None of the RINOS acknowledge that God has Rights and that our rights come from Him. We do not worship the same God, we have become babelized such that we do not speak the same language. For RINOS a mortal sin confessional state is desirable, our patriotic duty is to institutionalize all of the grave offenses against Christ the King. They rage against the menace of theocracy, unless their god Lucifer chairs the theocracy, then it is OK. The Catholic laity in the United States have to get used to the reality that most of their bishops are in schism, joined at the hip to the Liberal national orthodoxy. The Catholic laity need to forge ahead and leave the bishops to catch up when they can, when they start reciprocating with the Graces of their ordained state. The United States of America needs to convert itself into a Christian Commonwealth.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Many people would rather worship the Almighty Dollar rather than Almighty God. And, frankly, I'm afraid many bishops are among them. The USCCB is for sure. They don't want to see any limits on immigration because they get millions of dollars into the "charity" system. Meanwhile, the culture of U.S. can be ripped to shreds and Christianity traded for Islam.

"We need a Catholic Counterrevolution" for sure. Let's pray and fast for it. God never abandons His people.

turkeyridge said...

USCCB? Shut it down! Raid the pockets of the clergy and lay "leaders" like
Carl Anderson for th 3 billions in payouts sodomists have cost the Church. Use it to build or rebuild new-old Traditional Rite Churchs out where the faithful live, form priests and religious to teach the next generation of the survivors of the coming onslaught.

Alan Holck said...

Observation - the uniform the individual in the photo is wearing is not a US uniform (21+ year military retiree here, so I know what I am talking about). I think it may be from Britain or one of the Commonwealth nations.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Thanks for the observation, Alan. It doesn't really change the point. A woman shouldn't have to shower with a man no matter what military she belongs to.