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Why Every Responsible American Should Turn Their Daughter into a Man

wpqr Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 2:49 PM
I have never served in the military, so I have no business telling the military what they should or shouldn't do. By the same token, neither should the National Organization for Women nor the ACLU be sticking their noses in it (most of whom I suspect have never been anywhere near a military base, much less served in combat). This decision should be decided by the military and the military alone, without pressure from feminists or any other group trying to promote a social agenda. If the military decides it is not feasable to have women integrated into combat units, then so be it.
Neal from PA Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 8:58 AM

Good points there wpgr...Guess I am a throwback to a time when women were women and men were men.

Raising a daughter is tricky enough.  Last week, the job of all American parents became much more complicated.  Not only do parents of daughters have to worry about dates to the dance, mean girls on the playground, or making sure their daughters have good academic discipline but now parents also have to worry about the idea that if there ever is a national draft again, their daughter might just have the opportunity to sit in a foxhole, wet, cold and muddy, gripping the steel of an M-4 in her chapped hands, waiting to kill or be killed. 

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