The question one has to ask:
Was she chosen over someone who would have been better?
No one really has to ask that.
Why, might i ask, should this question even come up?
You must be new round ear....
We know what her qualifications are......
I’d hit it, spank, film it and watch it again before going to sleep....
Well, she is an attractive woman, and I respect her for serving. I simply don’t see why she deserves any more kudos than anyone else unless we do it solely to celebrate the notion that women can do everything a man can do, be just as ruthless and violent as men, give birth to a child, and be attractive to boot.
It is the feminist fantasy, the one they push over all others.
I passed by the television where my wife was watching the local evening news, and there was a story about an improbable comeback by a high school team to win on the last play of the game. They had time to run one play to go the length of the field (maybe one second left) and it involved a fake and two laterals to succeed. Pretty improbable play, so I hesitated to watch. Lo and behold, boom, they executed the Rube Goldberg play, and won the game.
Do you know what the remainder of the broadcast segment (lasting far longer) was about?
Their kicker who was a girl.
That was what they gushed about. That she was a girl. She didn’t have to kick the tying or winning point with no time or anything like that, she just had to be the correct gender.
That play to win the game was pretty remarkable, to have been executed to perfection, as complicated as it was. But it was an afterthought.
Yeah you’re right. Women are different from men.
“We women have forgotten more about cruelty than you could ever remember,” she spits, and adds that she wants the traitors “alive when you cut out their hearts and their bowels.”
Helen Mirren in the movie `Queen Elizabeth’
My aunt built airplanes in WWII and then flew them. Her mother scratched out a living with her husband on Oklahoma land that even the Indians didn’t want.
My Mother killed rattlesnakes with a garden hoe and worked alongside her two brothers chopping cotton. I wouldn’t have wanted to tangle with two of them and I made the mistake of tangling with one of them, once.
I get the impression from the article that Vanessa knows her job and does it as well as anyone could.
Not every man can be in special forces either so yeah, you’re right there too.