Skip to comments.Cowgirls and Saddle Burrs
Posted on 01/05/2010 5:27:08 AM PST by Patriot1259
The first item to lasso my attention was the display of photographs and movie posters featuring cowgirls. In my opinion, those gals were more daring and courageous than the men, and for certain this came from having to prove their mettle in a mans world. And they did it quite well.
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That was a world where the bar was set, and no one got special considerations that lowered the bar. Everyone had to work hard to meet the challenge. Those who didn’t, well they just didn’t survive. Only the best and the brightest triumphed.
Today, we have the bar set to the level that the dumbest and most incompetent person can easily pass, lest we hurt his ‘self-esteem’. Now look at what this has done to a once great country.
I hate diversity. I despise it. Some inept person came up with an unproven idea, didn’t bother to consider the ramifications of his idea, and foistered it upon the world. The fact that it destroys has been ignored. We have lost our culture, our national identity - we now teach dozens of languages in our taxpayer financed schools. We have Mexican flags protesting various things in our streets, we have people who demand that we honor their customs from the country they fled; they are bring the sewers they left and creating them here.
We have Nigerians and Somialns who mutilate girls, coming here and continuing their practice. We have Islamists who came here and want to replace our laws with Sharia laws; we have Mexicans who come in illegally, and re-create the worst that Mexico has to offer. Like to have sex with a member of your own sex, well now not only are you celebrated for your ‘bravery’ (others call it perverson), you are now a protected class and no one is allowed to even question your decisions, professonally or personally. We have abandoned the ‘melting-pot’ concept of America, and instead embraced the poison called “Diversity”.
“In my opinion, those gals were more daring and courageous than the men, and for certain this came from having to prove their mettle in a mans world. And they did it quite well.”
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