June 2, 2008
How One Woman Serves the Military
Watch the video
courtesy: Military Times
Alert Readers know that Your Business Blogger(R) does not care to see women any where near combat.
Real men fight their own battles.
Real men fight their country’s battles.
Watch how How One Woman Serves. This is why men fight. She is why families sacrifice.
Thank you (foot)notes:
The forward torpedo room Pictured is the Penta-Posse on the retired submarine USS Becuna moored at Philadelphia. This highlights the close quarters men and women would live for months at a time under a Obamanation.
When boys and girls are close together, they get, well, close together.
The Navy will not tell us how many women get pregnant.
Our guess is that the pregnancy numbers are so high that the politically correct Navy will not disclose the prego incidents for fear of feminists. One anonymous service member said that the only women not getting pregnant in the military are the lesbians.
Barack X. Obama, the metro-sexual, girlie-man plans to put women in land combat, in harm’s way and into submarines.
He is not quite a real man.
John McCain does not want women on submarines or in combat. He is a real man. With the scars to prove it.
McCain gives us his body once broken. Obama has never broken a sweat. Never had a blister, the poor sweet man.
Our poor country…
Your Business Blogger(R) was once honored to give a speech to some sub vets,
Submariners’ Memorial Service, Saturday May 13, 2000, Outer Banks, North Carolina
Debt of Honor
It is an honor to join you here today and remember the submariners “still on patrol.” And to remember our debt of honor due. I’ve asked my son, John, to join us today — a day I expect him to remember and take to his grave.
During World War II, my dad, a teenager from New Jersey, left high school, went to submarine school and was assigned to the USS Bonefish.
When John saw previews of the blockbuster movie U-571, he asked if it was about his grandfather. The movie is a story about honor, courage, strength, character, what being a man, a warrior really is. Yes John, your grandfather was in the movie, and so were each of the submariners here today.
But in the movie the men came home. We are here today for the men who didn’t.
The only women on submarines during WWII were the Korean “Comfort Women” used as sex slaves on the Japanese boats. We won that war.