Sebe. See MSN.com today. The cats out the bag. The question to me is...can they fight??
I guess I missed it since I wasn't here yesterday. MSN.com (at least the front page) doesn't have anything related today. What did it say?
MSN.com called the Army's First Drag Show. I had read about it in the papers first. Saw no need to get more info. For all intents and purposes...to me anyway...it WAS a Drag Show.
My question is: Can they still engage in combat?
Good question. Ask me in 20 years - presuming we're both still here - and the current social experiments are still ongoing in the military. (Fortunately - unlike some "progress" and "change," social experiments in the military can be killed quickly with the stroke of a pen.)
Regardless, Mr. Obama seems intent on making sure - at least in the short term - that we'll never find out, since a gutted military (which when you reduce the numbers to pre-WWI levels that's what you have) will make ANY commander-in-chief more hesitant to employ military force in a crisis.
Unfortunately, the only way we'll know is when the excrement hits the fan. Then - if they CAN'T - we find out the HARD way.
I'm just glad I'm the hell out and don't have to deal with the additional issues and complications. War fighting is tough enough when you only have to be concerned about the enemy.
I don't know Tot. Have encountered a scorned woman, or a scorned Drag Queen?
I think the pentagon may be on to something here.
Plus...I been married twice.
I think scorned women or scorned Drag Queens may possess a deep well of anger. The only thing the Pentagon has got to learn how to do is channel that anger properly.
It could be one hell of a weapon. A special ops one.
What I see are deep wells of anger channeled against fellow soldiers. Just as you cannot legislate intelligence, you can't legislate emotions under stress.
All I can say is I'm glad I am out of there. I was there when they decided it was a good idea to house male and female AIT students in the same building - on the same floor. That was chaos enough. At least they didn't have them sharing the same room.