Sunday, October 16, 2005

Women in Combat: Just How Deeply into Their Posteriors Have Our Generals Inserted Their Crania?

Women in Combat: Just How Deeply into Their Posteriors Have Our Generals Inserted Their Crania?

The Washington Times has a great piece by Rowan Scarborough on the “confusion” that currently reigns in the Pentagon regarding the role of women in the military in general – and their role in combat (properly, NONE!), specifically!

Reading the article will reveal just how clueless our “Perfumed Princes” (and I include President Bush and SECDEF Rumsfeld in that group) are about the role of women in combat.  (In case you haven’t noticed, neither of the Bush twins has signed up to serve during the four years since 9-11.)

I left active duty in 1994, and by then I had been hearing for over 10 years from AF leadership just how great it was that women were doing all kinds of stuff in the military – to include sharing barracks (in the AF, the daintier term “dormitories” is preferred) with the men.

In this battle, the White Hat is worn by Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness (CMR), who has for YEARS been fighting the good fight to keep women out of combat.  

For some reason, Americans tend to regard the military as “conservative.”  Unfortunately, folks do not realize just what liberal educational establishments the military academies are.  The current military leadership is all about putting women in combat.  

Translation:  Our Generals (and Admirals) have their heads deeply inserted in their posteriors regarding this issue.

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

|
# # # # #