July 5, 2011, - 12:43 pm
Some of us spent yesterday’s Independence Day celebrating with hot dogs and fireworks. Others remembered the Founding Fathers who declared our independence from Britain and the U.S. soldiers, today, who keep us free. But not syndicated tabloid TV show, “Inside Edition.” Instead, reporter babe Diane McInerney pimped us on the idea that women should be allowed into the Navy SEALs, an idea feminists–and this vapid TV show–have been pushing loudly since Navy SEAL Team Six took out Osama Bin Laden in May. The story first appeared then, and it was re-run, yesterday, in some perverted Independence Day statement . . . or something.
Keep Women Out of the Navy SEALS!
The silly “Inside Edition” video–of McInerney at a Navy SEAL fantasy camp trying to prove to us that women should be in the SEALs–was a joke. It’s laughable. Having arms like Michelle Obama doesn’t mean you can cut it as a Navy SEAL. I wish I could post it, but sadly, “Inside Edition” doesn’t make the video available. Here’s an excerpt from the transcript:
Smashing through windows, rappelling down walls, firing 21st century weaponry, powerful weapons…It’s all part of the intense training for the Navy SEALs who took out Osama bin Laden.
INSIDE EDITION wanted to find out: Could a woman compete with America’s elite SEALs?
Each year about 1,000 men train to become Navy SEALs, but only 20 percent make it. There are no women in the SEALs.
INSIDE EDITION’s Diane McInerney received training from former Navy SEALs Don Shipley and Lalo Roberti at the Extreme SEAL Experience outside Norfolk, Virginia.
At dawn, she climbed into the back of truck and was driven to a remote site where she went through the same tactical training used by SEAL Team Six when they attacked bin Laden’s compound.
My favorite part was when she repeatedly told a pretend terrorist suspect to “get down, get down, get down” and repeated the phrase like 15 times, while he didn’t listen. In real life, she’d already be dead, and the mission would have been blown. Anyone truly believe this chick would have been any use in taking out Bin Laden ( . . . unless they needed someone to play the role of Mata Hari-esque concubine)? PUH-LEEZE, this is real life, not Hollywood, in which an anorexic, tiny Skankelina Jolie kicks the asses of men twice her size and 10 times her strength. Ditto for “G.I. Jane.” Sorry, Demi Moore. But even in Hollywood, there’s a reason “Navy SEALS” starred Charlie Sheen (pre-insane “winning!” phase) and Michael Biehn, not Charlene Sheen and Michelle Biehn.
Here’s a tip for America: stop ruining everything that’s working by inserting dumb social experimentation. The Navy SEALs is a great example of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Sadly, that’s what the federal government does in the name of political correctness: they feminize and otherwise socially experiment with everything that doesn’t need it. We are already de facto allowing women in combat roles, etc. And it’s always a disaster. There’s a reason that female soldiers who are captured, like Jessica Lynch, were captured because of their own incompetence. They don’t belong there. And that’s aside from the many single mothers in the U.S. Armed Forces who get in the way, which I’ve previously written about.
But, don’t worry, the feminists–on both the left AND the right–will get their way. One of these days, they will allow women into the Navy SEALs, and they will lower the standards to make sure women make it in. It will be the end of the elite unit’s successful history.
Must every rare thing in the federal government that’s working be socially engineered into failure?
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