Real men, the kind that understand their roles of protection and provision in this life, to their families, and for our world, confuse liberals. They also make them really mad.
They don't intend to, it's just a side product that can't be helped.
When a real man speaks with plainness and honesty it sends shivers down the spines of those who oppose him, and in a sense reveals their weakness and inadequacies. It exposes the fact that girly men are better at studying their navel than slaying dragons. Naturally when one then encounters a dragon slayer, a girly man finds it difficult even uncomfortable to deal with.
Since the modern feminists began marching in the 1960s - and everything became feminized - real men have dwindled in number. But every now and then they pop back up rearing the ugly head of truth, confidence, and unrepentant strength.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Peter Pace proved to be just such a man this week.
In the renewed debate being pushed by the radical sexual mafia amongst the liberal elements of our government the issue of altering the current policy of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is being discussed. It would seem natural that the press would take interest in whether actual military members desire to see the rule changed. Turns out the overwhelming majority don't. So when a liberal propaganda machine, cleverly disguised as a Midwest newspaper asks the very top military man in the nation his opinion on such a rule - its bound to cause people to take note.
In an interview with the Chicago Tribune this week General Pace stated:
“I believe homosexual acts between two individuals are immoral and that we should not condone immoral acts,” he said. “I do not believe the United States is well served by a policy that says it is OK to be immoral in any way.”
Of course this simple statement which is easy to understand and of its own context is self explanatory riled the feathers of the girly men, the manly women, and members of both political parties who are seeking the White House.
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