And yet you still prove you have not a single clue what it is you are talking about. The fact that they should do co-ed has nothing to do with reality.I never said they WERE going to do co-ed. Could you point me to where I did say that? I said they SHOULD. All you crybabies whining and crying about how 'hard' it would be to let women on a sub and yet... they're doing it. You're saying it's impossible, yet... well, you saw the link
Are you really this ignorant of the military? It is not just signing a bill. Read what I actually said instead of pretending you did more than look at the cool little letters :Oh, they have to sign a bill. Gee... that's soooo ****ing hard, isn't it? I think I'll go cry for all of the hard work entailed.
30 days to respond. No. The ban is not simply lifted. Congress has to approve of it and to some extent so does the CinC and JCS. That takes months for minor changes and for changes such as this, years. Finally :
Now because of women a completely new set of rules, training manuals and courses on sensitivity will have to be created for men inside submarines to deal with women. Obviously in the real world, it is not as easy as you paint it though.Do you even know what Politically Correct means? The politically incorrect stance on this matter would be to keep things as they are and not letting women go on subs. Or is it that you, like MSgt, throw out the word "PC" whenever you're losing the argument?No. Not because of women. Because of ****tard, PC ****heads.
As your own article demonstrates, it is not.Yes, it IS as easy as I paint it.
Take it up with the Navy. Where people who know what words like "ergonomic" and "politically correct" mean.It's ****tards that do everything they can to make it as difficult as they can.
If that were the only thing necessary you'd be right. But it is not. Then again, you wouldn't know this because you think all it takes is signing a bill.Signing a ****ing bill to lift a ban isn't hard.
But it will happen regardless. Thanks to women like you. Who complain whenever they don't get their way.Retrofitting a sub isn't necessary.[ Are they doing it? Yes. Is it necessary? NOT IN THE SLIGHTEST. Neither is all other ****ing bull****.
No. I am arguing from a purely ergonomic perspective. A submarine is a cramped space as it is. Having to completely remodel our submarines, because women like you think that all it takes is signing a bill is quite ridiculous and a huge waste of money. But please, attempt to actually learn how to read sometime so we can debate this in words that do not involve "should, could and would".EDIT: And are you seriously going to sit here and argue the position that women shouldn't serve on a sub because it'll be too much paperwork? That too many people will have to read things and sign things? Is your position really that weak, that's what it boils down to? Too much paperwork?