Skip to comments.Navy investigating SEALs unit that rode with Trump flag in Kentucky convoy
Posted on 02/03/2017 12:08:25 PM PST by CardCarryingMember.VastRightWC
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Maybe in units for just them? .... Reminds me: back on Rush's TV show in the early 90s, the topic of women in combat came up. He said it would be a great idea but only in limited circumstances. He said that women could easily be the fiercest combatants on the field, if they were segregated into units where each member had the same, um, er, "time of month". So then a unit would be sent into battle for a few days out of any month if their "schedule" synced with a combat action.
(Obviously my wife isn't standing over my shoulder, or I wouldn't be posting this. Heh heh. )
Apparently! Or at least according to The Shadow Government.
Maybe at the moment, active service members can still get by with waving a US flag in a public place off base.
But when enough time goes by with nonstop yammering into everyone's brains about how the US flag is a "Divisive Symbol" with racist undertones second only to the Confederate flag, who knows? The Left has long defined it as a Political Symbol that is to be reviled, and I'll bet you that well over 1/3 of the country now believes this, just due to the constant repetition over decades.
So yeah, the military members, and all the rest of us, should enjoy their/our current right to proudly display the colors. Because that right will not last forever, as it will be seen as a symbol of resistance to the Federal Govt. At least with Trump's election, the schedule has been set back by many years.
They will suspend the SEALs for 30 days and send the Women Special Force members on the missions instead!
Agree. Remember the black, women West Point cadets giving an en masse Black Power salute?
That’s not political? No repercussions from that that I’m aware of.
Dems always want it both ways. When they are out of power they turn into states rights, strict parliamentarian sticklers-for-rules.
And SEALs? Those guys have license.
I looked forward to mine finishing menopause thinking it would mean we could go back to doing it every other day or so. Let's just say it didn't quite work out that way.
Try post #46 or Google. There are more examples aplenty.
I heard that a lot of Clinton photos were mysteriously damaged in Chain of Command photo lineups at military bases, leading many to discontinue the practice.
Heh! As I recall, Rush was between marriages at the time he made that remark.
Is Randy Forbes the Secretary of the Navy yet?
I do. What about the Clintons using dress uniformed Marines as *waiters* at WH political events?
I see Trump's portrait photo with an American flag displayed at the U.S. military bases I go to.
"You can express your desire to be a woman, that's fine. You can proudly display your sexual orientation any way you choose and if anyone interferes or criticizes you we JAG officers will go after them and destroy their military career. And if you fly a rainbow flag you are protected under our current laws protecting LGBT and you can get free legal council from Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, where I also work pro-bono. But let me make this clear, if you fly a flag with Commander-in-Chief's name on it we are going to come down on you with all of our JAG officers and destroy your military career. GOT THAT!"
I would suggest giving them 30 days off (with pay) to reflect on the consequences of military personnel flying a flag supporting their Commander-in-Chief from a government vehicle.
A very good friend of mine is one of the Chief’s of SEAL Team 1. He’s actually retiring at the end of this coming March. He said, “SEAL’s don’t give a flying F*@# about what someone thinks about them flying a Trump flag. They’re SEAL’s, and SEAL’s do what ever they want.” God Bless our SEAL’s....
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