So many Navy “sailors” are pregnant there are not enough “sailors” to perform Navy missions
From the Navy Times, a report showing that America, like Britain, has become a joke nation. And let’s remember that the overwhelming majority of these pregnant “sailors” are unmarried. Under “conservative” Republican presidents as well as Democrats, the United States armed forces have been turned into a mass production line of state-subsidized illegitimacy. But do you ever see a single conservative say that the feminization of the military has been a terrible mistake and should be ended? No. The “conservatives” all believe in women’s equality and non-discrimination.
Report outlines pregnancy policy concerns
Morgan writes from England:
The story reports:Karl D. writes:
It is funny this story was posted today. I was just watching a show on the Military Channel about life on the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and was struck by just how many females were on board. They also followed the “Command Master Chief” who is obviously a lesbian as she quite nicely (almost like a den mother) asked (not ordered) a female sailor to do her hair to military specifications. Meanwhile her hair was like an unkempt birds nest. I dont see how the male sailors on board could respect or fear female officers? Never mind their fellow female sailors?Marco Jawsario writes:
Don’t get me going on pregnant female military personnel. I served as the Order of Battle Officer for the U.S. Army VII Corps in Desert Storm. We were the Corps with the five armored divisions which took on the Republican Guard. The Intelligence Section of VII Corps deployed to Saudi Arabia with only 55 percent of its personnel. One reason was that five of our female soldiers were pregnant. Two had been pregnant before Hussein invaded Kuwait. Two got pregnant between August and November, when the word on the street was we were going to deploy. One got pregant INTENTIONALLY by taking on four guys one night—in early November after Colin Powell announced we were going to Saudi Arabia. I know this to be true, because two of the “four horsemen” worked for me. Once arriving in Saudi Arabia, that female soldier was shipped back to Germany when she came up positive for pregnancy, and on a subsequent weekend went up to Denmark to get an abortion. Then there were the black female administrative personnel, who had the brothers hanging around them like ally cats in heat. Gen. Douglas MacArthur was right. You put men and women together and they will make love—not war. No senor. We have managed to do with female soldiers the past 30 years because we have not fought a first-world army. Had we fought against, say, the Israelis instead of the inept Iraqis, who knows what would have happened with our intelligence section so woefully undermanned—uh, excuse me, underfemaled.Morgan continues:
I am a Royal Air Force veteran—enlisted aged 15 yrs. as a Halton Apprentice. I always felt uncomfortable if there were women around. No, not homosexual—it just felt wrong for women to be doing that kind of work. It was inhibiting. Maybe it’s just my age. I was serving in the 1960s-1970s.October 27
Lydia McGrew writes:
I assume you mean that no famous conservatives say that the feminization of the military has been a disaster, right? Plenty of us less famous ones say it all the time. One of my prized possessions is a copy of Brian Mitchell’s book Weak Link personally autographed by (get ready for it) Phyllis Schlafly. She wrote, “Brian Mitchell is a great American” before her signature. All the other conservatives who wish they had this will have to eat their hearts out, ‘cause I’m not selling.
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