Battle Ready Betty


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Battle Ready BettyIn the latest bit of reality-bending psychopathy imposed by Barack Obama and the socialists of the Jackass Party, the ban upon sending women into direct combat has been lifted.  The braying donkeys who claim for the public good the right to confiscate your salt, your sugar, your firearms, and your fossil fuels will now, in order to ensure a ‘fairness’ that never has and never will exist,  send your wives and daughters into hell –  one which, of course, most of them managed to successfully avoid:

[…] Combat is no place for a woman. Every grunt knows that. So do most women. Only generals are confused…

You’ll notice that soldiers are no longer called soldiers, or Marines Marines. They’re “service members” now, as if they were waiters, filling-station attendants or bedpan orderlies. You wouldn’t expect to find the likes of Stonewall Jackson, John J. Pershing or George S. Patton Jr. at the Pentagon, but there are plenty of generals and admirals lined up to get their tickets punched and promoted to the next rank. The only shots many of them have ever confronted were shots of Jack Daniel’s at the Officers Club…

What kind of man sends a woman to do the fighting work of men?

We’ve got a different kind of man in Washington now, a man who may well reflect the attitudes, assumptions and prejudices of the people who sent him here. Sen. Carl M. Levin of Michigan, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, likes sending a woman to fight for him because “it reflects the reality of 21st century military operations.” He couldn’t bear to call “war” by its rightful name. Mr. Levin had to miss the war of his generation; he was at Harvard learning to be a lawyer. But he made up for missing the Vietnam War with duty on the Senate Armed Services Committee… (The Craven Retreat Of The Generals | Pruden & Politics)

Ban Democrats, not guns.  You’ll save more lives.  Maybe even your own.