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Friday
Feb012013

No Woman, No Combat, No Cry

Here is a simple idea, like most of mine, to see if putting women on the front lines of combat is not another completely insane social experiment like many of our Ivy League, never had a job, elites come up with.

Take a cage fighter from UFC or Bellator 360 from each gender, match them up by weight as well as wins and losses against former opponents. We do this were I work with lumberjack competitors with making former results part of what gets you in the short list of beginning qualifiers.

Everyone thinks they know where I am going but you don’t.

Watch a few former devastating fights from MMA for reference.

Open the door and let them go at it with the regular MMA rules; three, three minute rounds – no kicks to the head when opponent has a hand on the ground.

Here is the important point.

Once the male fighter has his female opponent on the ground and she is trying to fend off elbows to the face and fists to the face – the kind that open cuts on eyebrows, the bridge of the nose, cause teeth to fly drop out, or break eye sockets…see how fast the referee stops the fight.

Regular MMA fights are much like street fights. That is what makes them so popular.

But in the real world of non-social experiments for equal rights dreamed up in dorm rooms by the brainwashed, people get hurt.

There will be no referee on the battle field or prison camp.

And no MMA ref would let a woman take the beating I have seen men take time and time again.

America is not prepared to watch a woman take a beating in any situation equal to a man. That is what separates us from heathens and moonbats.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0gKFvWWyRE

 

Reader Comments (5)

My grandfather fought front line in WWII and Korea as a paratrooper. During his time in combat he received 6 purple hearts and as my dad often points out when discussing the purple hearts given out to people like John Kerry, that by today's standards he would most likely have had more then a dozen. In Korea he was hit by a mortar shell on the way down in a drop. Two of his fingers were taken off and his arm was scatted with shrapnel. He laid in a fox hole for 3 days giving himself morphine shots, during which time 2 Korean soldiers came up to him and pointed a rifle at him point blank. He understood Korea so he knew what they were saying. Looking him over, seeing him bloodied the way he was, the one said to the other that he was already dead and not to waste the bullet. After 3 days of pain unknowing if he would ever see my grandmother or father (who was 3 at the time) the American troops finally found him. He was flown to Italy where he was hospitalized for months and lost his arm from just past the elbow on.

Before he died I had the chance to speak with him about his time in combat and I've heard the stories from my dad about what he went through and things he had to do while he was in the two wars.
Ed, you are 100% right. America would never have the stomach to tolerate stories of women going through what men on the front lines have had to deal with.
If a woman wants to go to the font lines and is capable of meeting the physical requirements that men have to meet then by all means send them, but I already see the day when Oprah or Dr Phil have some poor mangled woman crying on prime time discussing the horrors that men already face.

One other point you didn't bring up here that I heard discussed the other day... by opening the front lines up to women, it also opens up women to being eligible should there ever be the need for a draft. Just think of the outcry if and when that day ever comes.
February 1, 2013 | Registered CommenterRick Barnes
Maybe, just maybe then, there will be more reluctance to send our American soldiers into wars that aren't needed -- the kind of political wars that Vietnam and Iraq, among others, had become.
February 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Rick:

Having female dead bodies would be the equivalent of the napalmed little girl in the famous Viet Nam photo journalist/anti-war activist prize winning photo.

Anti-war "journalists" would be climbing all over each other to get shots of wounded, half naked femaile soldiers for Pulitzer Prizes - and we know how phony they are.

Just as liberals will vote to send troops somewhere so they can agitate to be against the same war later, female soldiers are the dream of the left for propaganda only.

Look at how much the left wanted access to photos of coffins coming home until Obama was in charge of the climbing death among our troops in Afghanistan.

We used to be regaled on the nightly news with photos od dead soldiers when Bush was Pres. That is over.

The shameless posturing by liberals with dead childern in Ct. and troops overseas should not be expanded to women - the moonbats claim to represent.
February 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Jim, the only time we ever see reluctance is when a Republican in office. True anti war protestors like Cindy Sheehan are dragged to the front row in conventions and shown 24/7 on the news. When Democrats take office those same protestors are forgotten about. You should subscribe to her facebook page. I have... it's very informative of things you wont see covered in the news.
February 4, 2013 | Registered CommenterRick Barnes
My goodness, Rick. History. Read your HISTORY!
February 5, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

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