Get a Sex Change: It’s Tax Deductible

As we begin to prepare for our annual fleecing by the IRS, at least we can take solace that some people are getting a break — special people, like Mr. Rhiannon O’Donnabhain:

A woman [sic] who battled the IRS over a tax deduction for the costs of her [sic] sex-change operation says she [sic] feels like she [sic] won a victory for all transgender people.

Rhiannon O’Donnabhain, who was born a man, sued the Internal Revenue Service in 2007 after the agency rejected a $5,000 deduction for about $25,000 in medical expenses associated with the sex-change surgery.

The IRS said that choppadickophomy surgery plus all the hormone mutation therapy required to turn a guy into whatever Mr. O’Wannabrain has become are not medically necessary. But our moonbat courts disagreed — just as they will when by hook or by crook Democrats manage to impose socialized medicine.

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Yow.

On a tip from Franco. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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