Off subject a little, but the military


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Off subject a little, but the military
tomshh
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tomshh

I want women to feel the full of effects of being equals, in fact I believe I will write my Representatives to let them know at least what I think.

1) I am sick of women not being in the front lines. A woman can take a bullet as easy as a man. After all these years of men being killed for our freedom by the 1,000’s, I think women can at least do the same. But since “sexual harrassment” is a problem, we need women ONLY patrols. For women only, serving in the front lines.

Would they get over run? Who gives a **bleep**, they say they are equals, time to be our equals. If it finally gets bad enough the feminists finally admit they are idiots and are wrong, then we can go back to letting women stay in the back.

2) Military draft. If there is a military draft, and only men are drafted, I will be pissed. 2006 and women have been equals for 30 years. Time to step up to the plate.

08-25-2006 01:21 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
Marta2003
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Marta2003

Sign me up.

08-25-2006 01:31 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
Back2TheKitchen
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Back2TheKitchen
The enemy would have no idea they are women since women these days are actually half-man half-woman hybrids. Their feminity is gone from trying to act like men.

The enemy would probably run from some of these scary Feminist creatures.

Chupacabra! Chupacabra!

“With women or the female mindset imparted through feminization on the vast majority of society, it will be very easy to control the Empire…I mean…the republic.” – mirrorofthesoul.blogspot.com

08-25-2006 01:52 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
toadman
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toadman

Well there is that one week per month where they COULD be effective combatants.

08-25-2006 02:40 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
Marta2003
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Marta2003

Back2TheKitchen wrote:
The enemy would have no idea they are women since women these days are actually half-man half-woman hybrids. Their feminity is gone from trying to act like men.

The enemy would probably run from some of these scary Feminist creatures.

I happen to be one of those beautiful feminists. I’d post a picture if it were possible, just to shut you up.

08-25-2006 05:23 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
sgtm7
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sgtm7

“I am sick of women not being in the front lines. A woman can take a bullet as easy as a man. After all these years of men being killed for our freedom by the 1,000’s, I think women can at least do the same.”
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I can tell from that statement that you have either never served in the military, or if you have, you have never served in a combat zone. Being a combat arms soldiers involves more than “stopping a bullet.” It requires upper body strength that “most” women don’t have. I am retired Army, and before I switched to a technical job, I was a field artillery crewmember. Loading 200 pound 8 inch rounds during fire missions was no easy task for me as a man. It would have been impossible for the majority of women. Infantry soldiers may have to patrol with close to 100 pound loads on their backs.
Don’t believe the feminist/politically correct drivel, that men and women can do the same jobs. We ARE NOT physically equal.

08-25-2006 09:29 AM

Re: Off subject a little, but the military
sgtm7
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sgtm7

“I am sick of women not being in the front lines. A woman can take a bullet as easy as a man. After all these years of men being killed for our freedom by the 1,000’s, I think women can at least do the same.”
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I can tell from that statement that you have either never served in the military, or if you have, you have never served in a combat zone. Being a combat arms soldiers involves more than “stopping a bullet.” It requires upper body strength that “most” women don’t have. I am retired Army, and before I switched to a technical job, I was a field artillery crewmember. Loading 200 pound 8 inch rounds during fire missions was no easy task for me as a man. It would have been impossible for the majority of women. Infantry soldiers may have to patrol with close to 100 pound loads on their backs. Think the majority of women can do that? I don’t.
Don’t believe the feminist/politically correct drivel, that men and women can do the same jobs. We ARE NOT physically equal.

Message Edited by sgtm7 on 08-25-2006 07:32 AM

08-25-2006 09:29 AM

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