December 23, 2013, - 1:36 pm
Rachel Washburn, Hero? Ex-Eagles Cheerleader Soldier Honored @ NFL Game for Pandering to Muslims, Sharia
She is beautiful, has a great body (which she displayed as a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader), served America in Afghanistan, and was awarded with a Bronze Star and other military awards and decorations. But is Rachel Washburn really a “hero,” as was claimed in yesterday’s NFL Philadelphia Eagles-Chicago Bears game, where she was honored?
Only if you believe political correctness and pandering to Muslims is heroic and worthy of affirmative action military medals.
Rachel Washburn was in Afghanistan as a part of a “Cultural Support Team” program–translation: we suck up to Muslims–created to “attach women to special-ops units in order to relate to Afghan women.” Her “heroic accomplishments” included wearing a headscarf and covering up for Afghan men and women. Oh, and helping to deliver an Afghan baby a/k/a future America-hater and terrorist with instructions over a U.S. Army radio because the Afghans wouldn’t let a male American medic anywhere near the pregnant Muslim woman.
And Washburn is proud of her dhimmi activities and pandering to sharia (Islamic law). “I was always seen as somebody they could relate to and not this American imposter who brings my values to that country.” Um, if we aren’t there to bring American values to that country, why on earth are we there? I thought we were there to get rid of the Taliban. That’s an American value, since the Afghans don’t seem to mind them too much. I thought we were there to install democracy and free elections. Again, that’s an American value, since we see in every Muslim country around the world that they can’t handle democracy and always elect extremists, terrorists, and/or crooks. See Hamid Karzai and family for an example of the latter (and he’s apparently an enabler of the first two categories).
I’m not sure why a chick who has gone from sex object cheerleader to hijab-encrusted American life coach for Islamic women and their values is a “hero” at all. A hero is someone who makes extraordinary sacrifices, giving of him/herself and risking his/her life and limbs for others. It’s not a chick who proudly puts a do-rag on her head to deliver a Muslim baby.
And not only is Washburn proud that she donned Islamic bedsheets to hang out with Muslim chicks, but she’s happy that she made the Muslims happy by delivering a boy. Yay, feminism!
Her husband gave us a little trinket. He was so grateful to have a boy.
If only the woman had given birth to twin or triplet girls. The outraged reaction of her Muslim hubby might have actually awakened this dimwitted former cheerleader to reality. But no dice. Just like Us Magazine tells us, “Celebrities–they’re just like us!” Washburn tells us Muslims are just like us.
Washburn, who wore a head scarf when among the Afghans [said], “We kind of noticed that women everywhere share certain similarities. They obviously care about their home, their children. Women everywhere love pretty things. So if we wore a pretty head scarf, it would be like an icebreaker.”
Huh? Guess what? Osama Bin Laden and the 19 hijackers pooped and pissed just like us. I guess that means we are all the same. Right?
Yup, America, you paid for this idiotette to discuss scarf fashion with Afghan women and not to notice that these same women who like beautiful scarves also have no prob sending their kids to be terrorists and hating Jews and Christians. Wake up, dumabass-ette.
So, while the NFL might tell you Rachel Washburn is a military hero, remember the hardware on her chest was “earned” through anything but heroism.
If it’s heroic to pander to those who hate us and would destroy us–and have taken many American lives and limbs, then I guess we did the wrong thing in World War II.
Instead of kicking Nazi butt, we should have had a group of women like Rachel Washburn go to Germany and discuss favorite wienerschnitzel recipes with the wives of SS officers.
After all, if–as Rachel Washburn insists–we are not there to bring American values to that country, we should have had no problem with Hitler, concentration camps, and lampshades made of Jews.
Hers aren’t the views of a hero. They are the views of a coward.
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