Where Have All the Real Men Gone
The Red Ripple – America Hasn’t Suffered
This is the fourth in my midterm election series.
It’s late at night for this simple bus driver who must get up at 0430 (4:30 am for those in Rio Linda), and I just finished reading an article in the American Spectator by Scott McKay, Maybe America Hasn’t Suffered Enough – The American Spectator | USA News and Politics. I urge you to read it, don’t worry, it’s bus driver short.
Scott’s point is this, with inflation just beginning to take hold, unemployment looming but not severe, recession waiting around the corner, and government handouts still flooding the economy; Americans haven’t suffered to a degree sufficient to change their voting habits. This may be how the Red Tidal Wave became a gentile red tide.
In his article Scott references an adage about Weak Men and Tough Times; it’s something I’ve heard before but didn’t know its origins. So this simple bus driver did a little digging. It turns out the saying comes from the ancient Greeks who were talking about the rise and fall of governments and the people governed. Weak Men Make Hard Times – The American Spectator | USA News and Politics is another article you should read. It really brings the concept home for every American older than forty-five.
Weak men make hard times, hard times make strong men, strong men make good times, good times make weak men. The cycle repeats itself over and over again in human history. This is a fact.
In light of the woke, CRT, pronoun-sensitive, testosterone-phobic, snowflake generation of today, I think there needs to be a modernization of this maxim.
Dainty Men make Hard Times, Hard Times make Strong Men, Strong Men make Easy Times, Easy Times make Dainty Men.
The USNS Harvey Milk, bow view, dry-dock (I’m sorry).
Soft Men implies, at least to me, lazy or weak, not woke or effeminate. The generation of today has skipped past laziness and gone straight to dainty. The US Navy has a ship named the USNS Harvey Milk, celebrating the Gay Rights leader who was other than honorably discharged from the Navy. And did I read somewhere that he was a pedophile? Now, he has a US Navy ship. Gotta wonder, where the real men are, and do they drink Navy milk? I apologize for that double-entendre. But somebody needs to ask.
USNS Harvey Milk, stern view. I am SO sorry 😉.
And let’s not forget that today’s Army recruitment tools include animated cartoon characters touting the benefits of diversity, sensitivity, and pronoun selection. Do you think our enemies care which pronoun they’re shooting at? And here’s some more food for thought. If the enemy shoots an American-they, does it count as more than one kill? Again, just asking.
The DOD is a bad Woke Joke, and the lead comedian is General Milley. I will not mince words; you are in Gross Dereliction of Duty. General Mark Milley “Mouth,” listen to me. I do not want a SENSITIVE, KIND, ACCEPTING, and FORGIVING MILITARY. I want a military that KICKS ASS. Period!
It’s this type of political correctness that influences dainty men to vote their emotions. I know it seems like I conflated separate issues; looming hard economic times, the weak US military, woke agenda, and the Red Tide Fizzle, but each is at the heart of Liberal Progressivism. A weak and woke military, backed by dainty people willing to sacrifice freedom for freebies, are ripe for communist takeover. And the communist will do it by exploiting the emotional vote. How else do you get to the point where Drag-Queens are appropriate in public grade schools?
Rainbow-Dildo-Butt-Monkey reading to kids like yours. Reportedly, if he turned around, you’d see his bare butt.
This is proof positive that the Dainty Men in America haven’t suffered enough.
PS – Where have all the real men gone? One thing is for sure, Gen. Mark Milley doesn’t know. We need someone who does.
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