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Air Force Has  Zero Tolerance  for Words  Boy  and  Girl   Senior Officer SaysThe Christian Post has an item at its website discussing what Fox News’ Todd Starnes discovered in an email sent out by a senior officer to airmen at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.

What he found was more proof that many of those who lead the nation’s rank-and-file military members…have flat-out lost their minds.

The highlight of the email is a list of words and terms that the Air Force – or, at least, the folks in charge over at Lackland – has decided are off-limits in the present day.

A list that includes, believe it or not, the words boy” andgirl.”

That’s right: “boy” and “girl” are words to be avoided, apparently, if you’re an airman stationed at Lackland.

Those are not, however, the only words and phrases that may see a young airman end up in the doghouse should he (or she) feel compelled to utter them.

Here are the others noted in the email:

You People





Sounds Greek to me

Blondes have more fun

Too many chiefs, not enough Indians

Please be cognizant that such conduct is 100 percent zero tolerance in or outside of the work climate,” reads the email. “Lets capitalize on our richly diverse climate, and help others seek assistance if they are struggling with compliance.”

“Struggling with compliance?” To avoid using the words “boy” and “girl”?

Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, wasted no time condemning the absurdity, asking

in a blog post last Thursday, “Have we come so far that simply uttering a person's sex is cause for chastisement?

Unfortunately, this is just another example of the kind of mess left behind by the Obama administration,” continued Perkins in his piece. “And while no one can undo eight years of anti-faith, anti-American P.C. overnight, the Trump team has its work cut out for it in a military decimated by suggestions like this one.”

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large