Where Can Trump Do the Most Good?

 

As the various pieces of the puzzle that make up the American Government System oscillate around and the calendar moves steadily toward the November reckoning that is the Mid-Terms I was thinking what positive actions President Trump can perform to improve our condition.  Surprisingly he already seems to be doing most of what I can think of.  Appointing good judges, fixing immigration and purging the bureaucracy of noxious rules and noxious employees is most of what I think he needs to do.  But one other priority occurred to me.  He needs to purge the military of those same poisons.  Every week during the Obama administration I can remember hearing about some officer forced to retire because of some failure to genuflect to the narrative of women or homosexuals or transsexuals being the bedrock of our military.  The destruction of morale implicit in the kind of environment that is being perpetrated by the SJWs in the military is one of the most serious problems this nation will face in the future.  Reversing this situation is critical.

What President Trump needs to do is first purge the military of the regulations that are causing these problems and then purge it of all the individuals who have been causing the problems.  Any officer and especially any JAG who is known to be an SJW should be transferred to some cordoned off department where he can be monitored like some kind of radioactive waste product and jettisoned from the service as soon as humanly possible.  And most importantly, any policies that have been put in place to allow physically or mentally unqualified individuals to serve and especially serve in elite units have to be eliminated.  And finally, the United States government must be prohibited from paying for idiots to sexually mutilate themselves.

With respect to the whole question of transsexuals in the military, I know the liberal judges are trying to keep them in.  If this becomes law then I suggest they be treated and addressed by the identity of their birth sex, required to wear the appropriate clothing of and use the bathrooms for that sex.  If their excretory equipment no longer allows them to do this normally then they should be discharged as physically unfit.  If any of these conditions make them unhappy they can leave.

In addition to the benefits to morale and competence implicit in removing these destructive rules and insane individuals there is another dimension that is possibly more important.  A military that eliminates normal men from the command structure is a military that would turn on the American people if a Leftist President declared martial law.  Considering the weaponry possessed by the American military arsenal, that is not a possibility I would want to contemplate.

So, President Trump, along with all the other good swamp-draining you are going about, don’t neglect the very important swamp-draining that needs to be done in the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force.  I’ll leave the Coast Guard up to your discretion.  They’ve always seemed a little ambiguous anyway.

2 thoughts on “Where Can Trump Do the Most Good?

  • January 14, 2018 at 11:22 am
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    Agreed on all points. I want to see the SJWs depart our military.
    These are not the warriors we are looking for.
    I’d like to see Trump dismiss a load of these with no more comment than “They serve at the pleasure of the president.” when the press squeals about it. Maybe add a “We thank them for their service.” Although the vindictive side of me would like to see them muzzled with the threat of losing their pensions if they say anything derogatory.
    You know, like Obama did.
    Also, Trump is the Commander in Chief. If he says no transgendered, then there are no transgendered. If he brings back DADT, then that is the policy. It shouldn’t matter what a liberal judge thinks.

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    • January 14, 2018 at 12:56 pm
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      My hope is this is already on Trump’s radar. He’s a smart guy about strategy and he’s surrounded with military men. Fingers crossed Dave, fingers crossed.

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