1. Khmer Rouge Feminists:
Michael Savage and Allen West
And here you thought that strong women were "feminazis!" No, that was yesterday. Now they're Femi-Khmer-Rouge-ists.
Savage, who hosts Cumulus Media Networks' Savage Nation, began the segment by playing audio of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) talking about changing the military chain of command in sexual assault cases. After saying Gillibrand "sounds like a college chick at a dorm," Savage told guest West: "When I watch these Khmer Rouge feminists try to take over the military, this looked like an attempted coup to me, Colonel West."
West replied: "Nah, you're absolutely right and that's a big concern that I have because when you start to get -- you know, I understand civilian oversight of the military. We all understand that as all officers who served in uniform. But when you start to have this interjection of, you know, political, you know, will against, you know, the military, good order and discipline, where you start to try to usurp the commanders' authority and I guess replace it with some type of political, legal officers, and things of that nature. Then the next thing you know, it goes from just dealing with this, you know, sexual assault thing to, you know, making decisions on the battlefield."
Savage and West went on to discuss whether sexual assaults in the military are actually a problem. When West said that "there may be a problem, without a doubt, with sexual assault," Savage interrupted by claiming that sexual assault claims can include men asking women out for "a beer." He then asked West, "how many of them are fraudulent claims? We don't know, do we?"
See? Women are making up claims of sexual assault whenever they are asked out on dates so that civilian oversight of the military can . . . um, something. Something bad, I guess. But it involves 'chicks' taking over the military and putting it under civilian control which is totally not what the Constitution says!
Senator Jeff Sessions
During the recent Washington DC hearings on sexual assaults in the military, Sessions had this salient point to bring up:
SESSIONS: Mr. Chairman, I’d just add a letter, a document here that was given to me from Morality in the Media. Pat Truman used to be in the Department of Justice. I knew him when he was there. He points out that, a picture here of a newsstand and an Air Force base exchange with, you know, sexually explicit magazines being sold. So, we live in a culture that’s awash in sexual activity. If it’s not sold on base, it’s right off base. There are videos and so forth that can be obtained, and it creates some problems, I think.
And as we all know, pornography is totally not readily available to the civilian public which is why no one is ever raped outside of the military! And obviously the soldiers aren't to blame, because once a young man has been exposed to a copy of Hustler magazine, he can't possibly be expected to behave like a civilized human being. If any one of you out there ever accidentally saw a picture of a naked lady you'd turn into a rutting animal too. Which is why pornography is illegal in this country!
Senator Saxby Chambliss
The young folks that are coming into each of your services are anywhere from 17 to 22, or 23,” Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., said at a Senate Armed Services Committee meeting on military sexual assaults. “Gee whiz, the level -- the hormone level created by nature sets in place the possibility for these types of things to occur. So we've got to be very careful of how we address it on our side.”
Because anyone who has ever had contact with a 17-23-year-old male and says she wasn't raped is just a damn liar! Every 17-23-year-old male is so awash in hormones that he is physically unable to prevent himself from assaulting any woman within groping distance. Gee whiz! Everyone knows that!
4. The Gays:
Mike Huckabee and Gen. Jerry Boykin (Ret)
And now here's a song about fucking underage groupies.
Huckabee: General, there has been such a rash of sexual assault in the military and it’s become virtually epidemic. I wanted your assessment, do you think this has anything to do with the fact that we’ve so liberalized the policies of everything from women in combat, the whole conception of the separation of the gender, as well as saying we’re not going to have any restrictions on homosexuals in the military? Does that have anything at all to do with this?
Boykin: Well I think it has everything to do with it, Governor. We have seen, if I may use this term, a sexualization of our military with social engineering. One of the things that most of the people don’t realize is in a recent survey there are actually more men that have been sexually assaulted than women. We are trying to violate the laws of nature, failing to recognize that these young men and women are at the peak of their sex drive when we try to mix the genders for reasons that to me are illogical and in doing so what we are doing is we are inviting this kind of behavior,
Okay, to be fair, it's not just the fault of the gays. It's also because we've made this crazy decision to have men and women in the same place. Everyone knows that men and women must be kept separate at all times, lest the men be unable to resist the temptation of female flesh and act on their lust in the most violent inhuman way imaginable. That's why we should follow the example of Saudi Arabia where women are kept separate from men and no sexual assaults ever take place and everyone's happy!
5. The Gays AND The Womens:
We’re hearing a lot about sexual assaults in the military and the like, it’s not to defend that by any means but it is to say if anybody is surprised that by putting more women and for that matter homosexuals into the military you are not going to get as a result that kind of unacceptable behavior is fatuous, it’s irresponsible, it’s malfeasance, is what it’s amounts to.
I'm not sure what 'homosexuals" have to do with the rape problem, but generally it's a safe bet that they're to blame for pretty much everything in this parallel universe.