first published on January 10, 2016 by Josh
The women of The View offer their opinions on women in combat, they also mention how they are right, and the operators are wrong.
On December 15, 2015, the cast of ABC’s The View decided to talk about women in combat. I’m just now discovering this gem, so I’m going to go ahead and let all of you watch the madness before I comment.
Alright so first off, if you’re like me, and I know a lot of you are, you have no idea who some of these people are. So here’s a list, it goes from the front left, and then around the semi-circle clock-wise.
How out of touch with reality are you, that you think that you can refute the arguments made by special operation’s warriors. Most of the arguments they make against the statements submitted, aren’t even interpreted correctly.
For example, the argument about women getting pregnant hurting the readiness of teams. It’s automatically assumed by the women, that a man in the team would have been the one to get the woman pregnant, and that it would happen on deployment. As opposed to the true argument that was being made, which is if the woman gets pregnant at any time during service, it hurts team readiness.
Then we have the ever genius comment on hygiene from Raven Baxter. “Bring a baby wipe.”Here’s a picture that was taken in Jordan during Operation Eager Lion. My Marines and I went 30 days with one shower, this picture was taken 5 hours after that shower. Please tell me more about how the baby wipes were supposed to take care of this. Totally not Raven.
Here’s one for Whoopi about women in the IDF. Their role in ground combat operations have been greatly exaggerated, but I’m not going to beat a dead horse, so here’s a link to that story.
Look ladies, cut the sister act. You’ve accomplished great things, and your full house proves it. You’ve starred in more than a few movies and day-time TV shows, but you have no idea what you’re talking about. You don’t get a hall pass this time. You wouldn’t tell your electrician how to wire your electrical panel. So don’t pipe up, and try to tell America’s warriors how they should be fighting wars.