Men are heroes

Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – Men are heroes

Men are heroes

Men are heroes. Look what happened on 9/11. The people who were doing the rescuing were men. Women weren’t rescuing anyone. And before anyone says the hijackers were all men, there were only 19 of them, but there were 100s of rescuers, all men.

It’s men who make things happen in this world.

Who invented computers and other things ? MEN.

Who builds roads and all the buildings ? MEN.

Men create things, men are doers. Art, literature, music – all the creations of MEN. Men create culture.

All women do is create chaos in the world. They use their attractiveness to manipulate men and cause misery in relationships. They think they have a right to be gratuitously rude to men. They think they’re brilliant because they have careers, but everything they do is derivative. And everything they say about men, like “men think about sex all the time” and “men are inherently unfaithful” is a pack of lies. Women are destroyers – every year hundreds of thousands of unborn children are exterminated by women because they want “choice” – the choice to avoid starting a family, the choice to avoid maturity, and continue their drunkenness, flirtation and self-destructive lifestyle choices.

Message Edited by manly-and-proud on 09-20-2006 11:41 AM

Message Edited by manly-and-proud on 09-20-2006 11:42 AM

09-19-2006 07:49 PM

Re: Men are heroes
Regular Contributor
You’re a liar:

Also less known is that women were among the firefighters, police officers and rescue workers. As the media kept talking about “firemen” and “policemen,” the existence of these women became invisible. There might have been more: women (and minority racial groups) have long alleged discrimination that’s kept many women from serving in the New York City police and fire departments. Among those who died were:

* Captain Kathy Mazza, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department
* Moira Smith, Police Officer, New York City Police Department
* Yamel Merino, EMT

Other women who served survived, and some have told their stories. Some worked in their official capacity as police officers, EMTs and firefighters. Thousands of other women volunteered their time, as chaplains, as doctors or nurses, as rescue workers, bringing food or other supplies, helping neighbors left homeless, and in countless other ways. Here are a few of those who served officially, with some of their stories:

* FDNY Lietenant Brenda Berkman, who has spoken out eloquently on the invisibility of the women of Ground Zero in media coverage
* EMT Bonnie Jean Giebfried
* NYPD Lieutenant Terri Tobin

n the response to the 9/11 attacks, women have served in the armed forces. Marine Sgt. Jeanette Winters was the first American woman to be killed in action, when the helicopter she was in crashed on January 9, 2002, killing all who were aboard. (Two servicewomen were among the dead on the USS Cole in October, 2000, when that ship was attacked in Yemen by terrorists.)

Women are victims and heroes, along with men, and need to be remembered in their many roles.


And how about this, too?

WASHINGTON, June 16, 2005 – For the first time, since World War II,** a woman soldier was awarded the Silver Star Medal today in Iraq.

Sgt. Leigh Ann Hester of the 617th Military Police Company, a National Guard unit out of Richmond, Ky., received the Silver Star, along with two other members of her unit, Staff Sgt. Timothy Nein and Spc. Jason Mike, for their actions during an enemy ambush on their convoy. Other members of the unit also received awards.

Hester’s squad was shadowing a supply convoy March 20 when anti-Iraqi fighters ambushed the convoy. The squad moved to the side of the road, flanking the insurgents and cutting off their escape route. Hester led her team through the “kill zone” and into a flanking position, where she assaulted a trench line with grenades and M203 grenade-launcher rounds. She and Nein, her squad leader, then cleared two trenches, at which time she killed three insurgents with her rifle.


You are a liar, dude. “Manly and proud” my ass. How about “a snivelling cowardly liar and proud”? Because that’s a lot more accurate.

09-21-2006 07:48 PM

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