Transvestites, sure; tatted veterans, no way

 Okay, perhaps this one's a bit too far, patriot or not

Okay, perhaps this one's a bit too far, patriot or not

Marine combat vets rejected for reenlistment because of tattoos.

I get, it, sort of, because I too hate tattoos, but times have changed, like it or not, and good combat vets are probably as rare as young people who haven't defaced their skin.

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. ­Robert Neller has explained the reason for the Corps’ tattoo policy: “We are not in a rock and roll band. We are ­Marines. We have a brand. People expect a ­certain thing from us,” he told Marine Corps Times in February 2016.