Monday, June 17, 2019

Kansas National Guard Defends Pride Month

Sign of the times and a Sunflower State tribute that might challenge popular conceptions regarding Midwest Red State Values. Read more:

Kansas National Guard salutes LGBT service members during Pride Month

TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) -- The Kansas National Guard on Monday rendered a salute to the service of LGBT service members. In a Facebook post the National Guard released a statement saying: During the month of June the Department of Defense recognizes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Service Members and civilians for their dedicated service to both the DOD mission and to our nation.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yet more divisive rhetoric from the vestiges of the Obama administration.

LGBT service personnel lobby to NOT have their sexual orientation matter..."please treat me like everyone else."

President Obama's administration sought to further divide and pigeonhole Americans, rather than unite them under the umbrella "American citizen."

Anonymous said...

Nothing like a three legged salute!

Anonymous said...

They're not proud enough LGBT'ers to add "Gay" to "Pride Month." Seems like they're trying to conceal it actually.

Anonymous said...

LGBT can't be trusted. Self absorbed jerks in general.

Anonymous said...

Faggots and lesbians need to stay out of the military.

Don't ask! Don't tell! To hell in a handshake, mofos, when the sickos push this crap at little kids and labels everyone who disagrees as HATERS!!! said...

Less than 4% of the population, and that ratio is generous even counting actual adults and the double counting of too many trans, AND THESE FREAKS ARE IN OUR FACES EVERY GAWD DAMN DAY, IN EVERY F*CKING WAY!!!

MANY SANE PEOPLE HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF THIS HOMO FATIGUE FOR A VERY LONG TIME!!!

Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to don't ask don't tell? Why the need to single out for recognition what someone puts into their thingy dingy?