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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Robert/Michelle Kosilek (Murderous Freakshow)

“My breasts have shrunk, genitals have regained previous size and function, facial hair is thicker and scalp hair is thinner, all related to an elevated testosterone level.”

- Statement in a complaint sent to a U.S. district court, because he/she is being denied continuing tranny care in prison.

**This sicko murdered his wife in 1990. Not only should he be denied shemale treatment, she should be on death row………Instead taxpayers get to pay for his degenerate existence for the next fifty years or so.

Here’s hoping “Shanks” finds ‘herm’ in a secluded portion of the yard and cuts down his prison term.**


  • At 10:50 AM, Anonymous Henry said…

    Hey, this is just a precursor to what we'll get with "Universal Healthcare". If that comes to be, we'll all be paying for SRS's, abortions, etc. for any and all who request them.

    What great use for taxpayer monies. NOT!!

  • At 2:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Ever heard of cutting off your nose to spite your face? Sure. A portion of taxpayer monies might end up being used to pay for the incredibly debilitating mental health disorder identified as gender dsyphoria or abortions of unwanted pregnancies consequent of rape or incest. But of course, your asinine understanding of transexualism should prevent the rest of hardworking middle class Americans from getting access to affordable healthcare. Of course.

  • At 9:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    This SOB murdered my cousin, and now he wants me to pay for his sex change! Nothing like adding salt to my wound! What is this world coming to? Reward a murderer by letting him get a sex change so he can feel comfortable in his own skin? Are you kidding me? He should stay locked up forever in the skin he's in.


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